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MARION
TOWN OF MARION PLANNING BOARD
Posted: Sep 29, 2022

TOWN OF MARION
PLANNING BOARD
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Marion Planning Board will hold a Public Hearing on October 17, 2022, at 7:05p.m. at the Marion Police Department, 550 Mill Street. Also available via Zoom (Hybrid Meeting Option) to consider the application of Danielle Realty Trust c/o GAF Engineering, Inc. 266 Main Street, Wareham, MA 02571 for review of a Definitive Plan for a Subdivision.
The property is located on Wareham Street and identified on Marion Assessors Map 9 Lot 20W.
Waivers Requested and Allowed per Chapter 300 - Subdivision Regulations
Section 300-3.3.B.(18). Street profiles on the center lines and sidelines of proposed streets at a horizontal scale of one inch equals 40 feet and vertical scale of one inch equals four feet, or such other scale acceptable to the Board.
The street profile is provided at a horizontal scale of one inch equals 20 feet and a vertical scale of one inch equals four feet.
Section 300-4.1.B. Right of Way width for a local street is required to be 50 feet wide.
A waiver is requested to allow a 40-foot wide right of way. The proposed 40' wide right of way is adequate to construct two nine-foot travel lanes, cape cod berms, grassed shoulders, and utilities for the proposed roadway. Refer to Typical Street Cross Section shown on Sheet 8.
Section 300-4.1.B. The minimum horizontal centerline radius for a local street is 200 feet.
A portion of the proposed road layout from Sta. 1+35 to 1+72 has a centerline radius of 150 feet. Sight distance is adequate. The road is only 280 feet long and services two house lots. Vehicle speeds are anticipated to be low.
Section 300-4.1.B.e. Cut or fill side slopes shall not be steeper than 3:1.
A cut slope of 2:1 maximum is proposed to keep side slope grading .within the layout without the need for retaining walls. An Erosion Control Slope Detail is provided on Sheet 8.
Section 300-4.1.B.i. A one-hundred-foot-long leveling area shall be provided at all intersections. The leveling area will have a maximum slope of 3%.
A twenty-foot-long leveling area with a grade of 5% is proposed to minimize the amount of excavation and eliminate the need for retaining walls. This is adequate for the proposed two lot subdivision because of the anticipated slow speed on the new road and low volume of traffic on River Road.
Section 300-4.2. C. The width of the paved portion of a circular turnaround shall equal 1.5 times the width of the traffic lane of the straight portion of the street.
This regulation would allow a pavement width of 13.5 feet at the cul-de-sac. A width of 18 feet is proposed to allow for adequate truck turning.
Section 300-4.6.F.(l)(e). In general, the design of pipes shall be such as to provide for a flow of water at speeds between two feet per second and ten feet per second under full flow conditions.
A flow of water at a rate of 12.5 feet per second is requested for the 12" HDPE pipe from DMH #3 to DMH #2. This allows the pipe installation at a uniform depth below the pavement. HDPE pipe is less prone to scouring than RCP pipe.
Section 300-4.6.F.(l)(f) Storm drains with Class III RCP pipe shall have a minimum of three feet of cover. Drains with less than three feet of cover shall use Class V RCP pipe. In no event shall drains have less than 2.0 feet of cover.
The drainage pipes are proposed to be HDPE pipe with a minimum of two feet of cover. This is in accordance with the manufacturer's specifications and the previously approved plans.
The public is invited to attend and comment on this matter and may inspect the full set of plans and documents at the Office of the Planning Board or Town Clerk.
* Please call or email Terri Santos for the virtual meeting information: tsantos@marionma.gov or 508-748-3517
Norman A. Hills, Chairman
Alanna Nelson, Vice-Chairman
9/29, 10/6

MARION
TOWN OF MARION CONSERVATION COMMISSION
Posted: Sep 29, 2022

TOWN OF MARION
CONSERVATION COMMISSION
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Marion Conservation Commission will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, October 12, 2022, at 7:10 pm (via Zoom*), on a Request for Determination of Applicability, submitted by J. Patel, K.K. Brothers Corporation, to remove existing secondary treatment unit and install new Singulair 960DN STU with de-nitrification; install new pump and controls in existing dosing tank; existing leaching field construction in 2002 to remain, at 664 Mill Street.
The site is further identified as Lot 16 on Marion Assessors' Map 15. Plans are available at the Town House for review.
Jeffrey J. Doubrava, Chair
*Please contact Terri Santos at 508-748-3517 or tsantos@marionma.gov the Zoom link and for information on 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.
9/29

MARION
TOWN OF MARION CONSERVATION COMMISSION
Posted: Sep 29, 2022

TOWN OF MARION
CONSERVATION COMMISSION
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Marion Conservation Commission will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, October 12, 2022, at 7:20 pm (via Zoom*), on a Notice of Intent, submitted by Mariano & Leah Garcia-Blanco for demolition and various site improvements to an existing residential house lot at 18 Sippican Lane.
The site is further identified as Lot 159-A on Marion Assessors' Map 2. Plans are available at the Town House for review.
Jeffrey J. Doubrava, Chair
*Please contact Terri Santos at 508-748-3517 or tsantos@marionma.gov the Zoom link and for information on 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.
9/29

MATTAPOISETT
TOWN OF MATTAPOISETT CONSERVATION COMMISSION
Posted: Sep 29, 2022

TOWN OF MATTAPOISETT
CONSERVATION COMMISSION
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Mattapoisett Conservation Commission will hold a Public Hearing on Tuesday, October 11, 2022 at 6:30 pm in Town Hall (in person and remotely via Zoom **) on a Request to Amend an Order of Conditions for DEP File NO. SE 44-1452 submitted by James & Sharlene Craig.
The Applicants request an approval of a Revised Site Plan which depicts changes in the house, in-ground swimming pool, driveway & septic system footprints and together with changes in the associated grading.
The proposed work will be performed within the 100 ft. Buffer Zone of a Bordering Vegetated Wetland and within Land Subject to Coastal Storm Flowage, Flood Zones AE (E1. 16), VE (El. 16) and VE (El. 18).
The property is located on Aucoot Road & is known as Lot #156E on Assessors Map #3.
**Contact concomm@mattapoisett.net for the Zoom Meeting Information.
9/29

ROCHESTER
TOWN OF ROCHESTER BOARD OF HEALTH
Posted: Sep 29, 2022

TOWN OF ROCHESTER
BOARD OF HEALTH
PUBLIC NOTICE
The Rochester Board of Health, acting under the authority of Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 111, Section 31 proposes the following change to its Rules and Regulations:
Section 15.221(5) General Construction Requirements for All System Components
All piping for the construction of a septic system shall be a minimum of SDR 40 PVC. In areas subject to automobile or heavy equipment traffic use you shall adhere to the requirement as set forth in Title V, which is schedule 80 piping.
Amended and voted on 9/7/2022
9/29

MARION
TOWN OF MARION ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
Posted: Sep 22, 2022

TOWN OF MARION
ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
NOTICEOF PUBLIC HEARING CASE #807
The Marion Zoning Board of Appeals will hold a public hearing at 6:30 pm on Thursday, October 13, 2022 in the conference room of the Marion Police Station, 550 Mill Street, on the application of Martha Collins-Gray and Robert Gray, for a Variance from sections 230-5.1 (intensity of use regulations) and 230-6.1 (nonconforming uses and structures) of the zoning by-law to allow a detached garage.
The property, located at 114 Front Street, is further identified on Assessors' Plan 16 as Lot 65A.
Cynthia Callow, Chairperson
9/22, 9/29

MARION
TOWN OF MARION REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS
Posted: Sep 22, 2022

TOWN OF MARION
REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS (RFQ)
TOWN HOUSE ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) AND SPRINKLER IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS
RESPONSE DUE DATE: October 13, 2022 (2:00 pm)
The Town of Marion invites proposals from firms, herein called qualified proposers, to complete programming, schematic design, design development, cost estimates, construction documents, and construction administration for ADA and Sprinkler renovations to the Marion Town House at 2 Spring Street, Marion Massachusetts.
The full RFQ package may be obtained by e-mailing Donna Hemphill, Executive Assistant, at dhemphill@marionma.gov or (508) 748-3520. E-mail requests are strongly preferred.
The Town of Marion reserve the right to reject any or all proposals, to waive any informalities in the proposals, and to award a project management contract in a manner that best serves the interests of the Town.
James McGrail
Town Administrator
9/22

ROCHESTER
TOWN OF ROCHESTER ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
Posted: Sep 22, 2022

TOWN OF ROCHESTER
ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING #1181
Notice is hereby given that the Zoning Board of Appeals will conduct a public hearing on the petition of Eric Zak for property located at 0 Quaker Lane, identified on Assessor's Map 38, Lot 16, who is seeking a Variance for the creation of a single house lot which does not meet the minimum frontage requirement per Chapter 20.40, Section D.1. of Rochester Zoning By-Laws.
The public hearings will be held on Thursday, October 13, 2022 beginning at 7:15 pm as both a hybrid meeting at Town Hall, 1 Constitution Way in Rochester, MA and on Zoom.
Copies of the application are on file in the Building Department, 37 Marion Road, and can be viewed during normal business hours Monday through Friday.
To join the Zoom Meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81229059819
Meeting ID: 812 2905 9819
One tap mobile: (646) 876-9923
David Arancio, Chairman
9/22, 9/29

ROCHESTER
TOWN OF ROCHESTER CONSERVATION COMMISSION
Posted: Sep 22, 2022

TOWN OF ROCHESTER
CONSERVATION COMMISSION & TOWN FOREST COMMITTEE
NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
An Open Meeting of the Rochester Conservation Commission will be held on Tuesday, October 4, 2022 at 7:00 pm at Old Colony Regional Vocational Technical High School regarding a Request for Determination of Applicability filing by property owners Gerard W. & Lucille Morris, for property located at 52 Wolf Island Road, Rochester, MA 02770, Map 3, Lot 7.
The applicant seeks a proposed installation of DEP Chapter 91 Signs.
The applicant's representative is Schneider, Davignon & Leone, Inc., 81A County Road, Unit G, P.O. Box 340, Mattapoisett, MA 02739.
This meeting is being held under the Massachusetts Wetland Protection Act, MGL Ch. 131, Section 40 and the Town of Rochester Wetland Protection By-Law.
Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84816034234
Meeting ID: 848 1603 4234
Or Call: 1 646 876 9923
Christopher Gerrior, Chairman
9/22

MARION
TOWN OF MARION CONSERVATION COMMISSION
Posted: Sep 15, 2022

TOWN OF MARION
CONSERVATION COMMISSION
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Marion Conservation Commission will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, September 28, 2022, at 7:10 pm (via Zoom*), on a Request for an Amended Order of Conditions, submitted by Kenneth & Darla Parsons, for the proposed reconstruction of a dwelling and garage at 27 Dexter Road.
The site is further identified as Lot 54 on Marion Assessors' Map 5A. Plans are available at the Town House for review.
Jeff J. Doubrava, Chair
*Please contact Terri Santos at 508-748-3517 or tsantos@marionma.gov the Zoom link and for information on 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.
9/15

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