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MARION
TOWN OF MARION CONSERVATION COMMISSION
Posted: May 28, 2020

TOWN OF MARION
CONSERVATION COMMISSION
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Marion Conservation Commission will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, June 10, 2020 at 7:20 pm at the Marion Police Station (via Zoom and closed to the public*), on an Amended Order of Conditions (DEP File # SE 041- 1321), submitted by The Meadow Island Realty Trust for a modification and improvement of the float and its associated anchor system at 34 Fraser Way.
The site is further identified as Lot 12D on Marion Assessors' Map 2. Plans are available at the Town House for review.
Jeff Doubrava, Chair
*Please contact Donna Hemphill at 508-748-3515 or dhemphill@marionma.gov for instructions on attending the meeting and public participation via phone call. The phone number will be provided upon request. The meeting will be live streamed on ORCTV and participants can call in any questions or comments.
5/28

MARION
TOWN OF MARION CONSERVATION COMMISSION
Posted: May 28, 2020

TOWN OF MARION
CONSERVATION COMMISSION
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Marion Conservation Commission will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, June 10, 2020 at 7:10 pm at the Marion Police Station (via Zoom and closed to the public*), on a Request for Determination of Applicability (File # 41D-1756) submitted by Gregory Messina, to plant a small area of sea grass along level area to the northeast of the driveway and along rear berm of the house to plant evergreen trees along property line at 12 Shellheap Road.
The site is further identified as Lot 26D on Marion Assessors' Map 17. Plans are available at the Town House for review.
Jeff Doubrava, Chair
*Please contact Donna Hemphill at 508-748-3515 or dhemphill@marionma.gov for instructions on attending the meeting and public participation via phone call. The phone number will be provided upon request. The meeting will be live streamed on ORCTV and participants can call in any questions or comments.
5/28

MARION
TOWN OF MARION CONSERVATION COMMISSION
Posted: May 28, 2020

TOWN OF MARION
CONSERVATION COMMISSION
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Marion Conservation Commission will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, June 10, 2020 at 7:00 pm at the Marion Police Station (via Zoom and closed to the public*), on a Request for Determination of Applicability (File # 41D-1755) submitted by Michael Moore, to repair the north east corner of the wharf where rocks from the surface level now rest on the silt bottom. The proposed work consists of a diver attaching slings or a grab to each rock for an excavator to retrieve them without disturbing the harbor bottom and reinstall in the north east wharf corner to restore the surface grade at 3 Water Street.
The site is further identified as Lot 167A on Marion Assessors' Map 16. Plans are available at the Town House for review.
Jeff Doubrava, Chair
*Please contact Donna Hemphill at 508-748-3515 or dhemphill@marionma.gov for instructions on attending the meeting and public participation via phone call. The phone number will be provided upon request. The meeting will be live streamed on ORCTV and participants can call in any questions or comments.
5/28

MARION
TOWN OF MARION BOARD OF SELECTMEN
Posted: May 28, 2020

TOWN OF MARION
BOARD OF SELECTMEN
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
Application Wine and Malt Package Goods License
Fieldstone Farm Market
806 Mill Street, Marion, MA
The Marion Board of Selectmen, acting as local licensing authority, will hold a continued public hearing on Tuesday, June 9, 2020 at 7:15 pm at the Marion Police Station, 550 Mill Street, Marion, MA (via Zoom and closed to the public*), on the application of Fieldstone Farm Market for a retail package goods license for the sale of wine and malt beverages.
* Please contact Debra Paiva at 508-748-3520 or dpaiva@marionma.gov for instructions on attending the meeting and public participation via phone call. The phone number will be provided upon request. The meeting will be livestreamed on ORCTV and participants can call in any questions or concerns.
Randy L. Parker, Chairman
5/28, 6/4

MARION
TOWN OF MARION BOARD OF HEALTH
Posted: May 28, 2020

TOWN OF MARION
BOARD OF HEALTH
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
Pursuant to Chapter 111, Section 31 of the Massachusetts General laws, the Marion Board of Health will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, June 16, 2020 at 6 pm at the Marion Police Station (via Zoom and closed to the public*). The purpose of the regulation is to protect the coastal water quality in the Town of Marion from the impacts of nitrogen by reducing nitrogen generated from new on-site septic systems. The proposed regulation requires new construction to install a nitrogen reducing septic system if municipal sewer is unavailable. The proposed regulation also requires that failed septic systems at the time of transfer replace the failed system with a nitrogen reducing system. A copy of the draft regulation is available for review on the Board of Health's website.
John B. Howard, MD, Chairman
*Please contact Maureen Murphy at 508-748-3530 or mmurphy@marionma.gov for instructions on attending the meeting and public participation via phone call. The phone number will be provided upon request. The meeting will be live streamed on ORCTV and participants can call in any questions or comments.
5/28, 6/4

MARION
TOWN OF MARION PLANNING BOARD
Posted: May 28, 2020

TOWN OF MARION
PLANNING BOARD
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
On Monday June 15, 2020 the Marion Planning Board will hold a public hearing on proposed changes to the Zoning Bylaw pursuant to the requirements of G.L. c. 40A, s. 5. The public hearing will be held at the Marion Police Station (via Zoom and closed to the public*) Marion, Massachusetts 02738 at 7:10 pm. The proposed changes include:
1. Changes to existing Zoning Bylaw Definitions for terms "Hazardous or Toxic Material" "Personal Kennel", and a new definition, "Volume." See S 230-11.2
2. Change to Inclusionary housing Bylaw (reduction of affordable units required). See S 230-8.12
3. Changes to Flood Hazard District Bylaw (definition of boundaries; requirement of base flood elevation data). See S 230-8.1.
The full text of these bylaws and the proposed changes can be found at: https://www.marionma.gov/home/files/spring-warrant-2020
William W. Saltonstall, Chairman
Andrew Daniels, Vice-Chairman
*Please contact Terri Santos at 508-748-3517 or tsantos@marionma.gov for instructions on attending the meeting and public participation via phone call. The phone number will be provided upon request. The meeting will be live streamed on ORCTV and participants can call any questions or comments.
5/28, 6/4

MATTAPOISETT
TOWN OF MATTAPOISETT CONSERVATION COMMISSION
Posted: May 28, 2020

TOWN OF MATTAPOISETT
CONSERVATION COMMISSION
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Mattapoisett Conservation Commission will hold a public hearing on Monday, June 8, 2020 at 6:30 pm in the Town Hall (Via Zoom **) on the Request for A Determination of Applicability submitted by G.A.F. Engineering Inc, on behalf of Brian & Patricia O'Neill, 11 Mechanic Street, Mattapoisett. The proposed project is to construct a 22 x 25.5' garage and a 10' addition, new driveway and new deck. The project also consists of a new 6' front covered porch with steps. The project is located at 11 Mechanic Street, and is further identified as Lot 118 on Assessor Map 9.
** contact ELeidhold@mattapoisett.net for Zoom Meeting information.
5/28

MARION
TOWN OF MARION CONSERVATION COMMISSION
Posted: May 21, 2020

TOWN OF MARION
CONSERVATION COMMISSION
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Marion Conservation Commission will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, June 3, 2020 at 8:10 pm at the Marion Police Station (via Zoom and closed to the public*), on a Notice of Intent (DEP File # SE 041-xxxx), submitted by Pamela A. Lees, for pier reconstruction, boat life system, float anchor piles and concrete boat ramp reconstruction at 49 Water Street.
The site is further identified as Lot 173 on Marion Assessors' Map 16. Plans are available at the Town House for review.
Jeff Doubrava, Chair
*Please contact Donna Hemphill at 508-748-3515 or dhemphill@marionma.gov for instructions on attending the meeting and public participation via phone call. The phone number will be provided upon request. The meeting will be live streamed on ORCTV and participants can call in any questions or comments.
5/21

MARION
TOWN OF MARION CONSERVATION COMMISSION
Posted: May 21, 2020

TOWN OF MARION
CONSERVATION COMMISSION
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Marion Conservation Commission will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, June 3, 2020 at 8:00 pm at the Marion Police Station (via Zoom and closed to the public*), on a Notice of Intent (DEP File # SE 041-1330), submitted by Marion Lands Trust, LLC, for a single family dwelling at Wareham Street.
The site is further identified as Lots 68B & 134 on Marion Assessors' Map 11. Plans are available at the Town House for review.
Jeff Doubrava, Chair
*Please contact Donna Hemphill at 508-748-3515 or dhemphill@marionma.gov for instructions on attending the meeting and public participation via phone call. The phone number will be provided upon request. The meeting will be live streamed on ORCTV and participants can call in any questions or comments.
5/21

MARION
TOWN OF MARION CONSERVATION COMMISSION
Posted: May 21, 2020

TOWN OF MARION
CONSERVATION COMMISSION
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Marion Conservation Commission will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, June 3, 2020 at 7:50 pm at the Marion Police Station (via Zoom and closed to the public*), on a Notice of Intent (DEP File # SE 041-1328), submitted by Thomas O'Rourke & Farrell Curran, to improve the storm damage for the circa 1929 single family home with the reconstruction of a stone rip-rap seawall at 34 Point Road.
The site is further identified as Lot 26 on Marion Assessors' Map 1. Plans are available at the Town House for review.
Jeff Doubrava, Chair
*Please contact Donna Hemphill at 508-748-3515 or dhemphill@marionma.gov for instructions on attending the meeting and public participation via phone call. The phone number will be provided upon request. The meeting will be live streamed on ORCTV and participants can call in any questions or comments.
5/21

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