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MATTAPOISETT
TOWN OF MATTAPOISETT CONSERVATION COMMISSION
Posted: Feb 08, 2018

TOWN OF MATTAPOISETT
CONSERVATION COMMISSION
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Mattapoisett Conservation Commission will hold a public hearing on Monday, February 26, 2018 at 6:30 pm in the Town Hall on the Request for A Determination of Applicability submitted by TOWN OF MATTAPOISETT/BAY CLUB REAL ESTATE HOLDINGS, 16 Main Street, Mattapoisett and 63 County Road, Mattapoisett, respectively. The proposed project is to brush cut two (2) entry paths to Tinkham Forest, one each from Split Rock Lane and Fieldstone Drive. The project is located at Tinkham Forest off Split Rock Lane and is further identified as Lot 27.A on Assessor Map 6.
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OTHER
OLD COLONY REGIONAL VOCATIONAL TECHNICAL HIGH
Posted: Feb 08, 2018

OLD COLONY REGIONAL VOCATIONAL TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT
Aaron Polansky, Superintendent-Director of the Old Colony Regional Vocational Technical High School District was informed by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education of an upcoming Coordinated Program Review that will be taking place this school year. As part of this Coordinated Program Review, Department staff will visit the district during the week of April 2, 2018. Such visits are routinely conducted by the Department to satisfy federal and state requirements for the periodic review of specific education programs and services in schools throughout the Commonwealth. The Department is reviewing several programs during a single visit in order to use Department and school staff's time most efficiently and to encourage strong connections among the programs.
The Department's Coordinated Program Review will address the following programs: Special Education; Civil Rights; English Learner Education; and Career & Technical Education. After reviewing school district procedures for these programs, a Department team will make its onsite visit, during which it will review individual student records, interview administrators, teachers and paraprofessional staff, survey parents and observe instructional spaces. After the onsite visit it will prepare a report for the superintendent and school committee, with detailed findings for each program.
Using a scale of ratings ranging from "Commendable" to "Not Implemented," the report will rate the implementation of each requirement reviewed by the Department. Where requirements are found not implemented or only partially implemented, the district must propose to the Department corrective action to bring those areas into compliance with statutes and regulations. Districts and schools are encouraged to incorporate the corrective action into their district and school improvement plans and professional development plan. The school district will be provided with technical assistance from the Department in developing a corrective action plan. Both the Department's report and the corrective action plan are public information and will be available to the public upon request. Program Review Final Reports are also available on the Department's Internet website at .
Any member of the public may request to be interviewed by telephone by a member of the Department's visiting team. Those wishing to be interviewed should call the superintendent's office at (508)763-8011 ext. 116 no later than March 18, 2018, to leave their name and phone number, or they may call the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education at (781)338-3745. A member of the visiting team will contact each person desiring an interview within two weeks after the completion of the onsite visit. If an individual is not comfortable communicating in English or requires some other accommodation, the Department will make arrangements to communicate appropriately with the individual.
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ROCHESTER
TOWN OF ROCHESTER PLANNING BOARD
Posted: Feb 08, 2018

TOWN OF ROCHESTER
PLANNING BOARD
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the Rochester Planning Board will reopen a public hearing previously closed on February 14, 2017. The reopened hearing is scheduled for Tuesday, February 27, 2018 at 7:00 pm at the Rochester Town Hall Meeting Room regarding a Major Modification for a Large Scale Solar Photovoltaic Installation Special Permit and Site Plan Approval application received from CLEAN ENERGY COLLECTIVE, LLC, 146 West Boylston Drive, Worcester, MA 01606 for property now located at 248 Mattapoisett Road, Rochester, MA 02770, further identified on Assessor's Map 4, portion of Lot1, Lots 1A and 7. The property owner is Donald F. and Eunice W. Jenkins Estate (Lot 1) and Michael R. and Johnann Forand (Lots 1A and 7), 268 Mattapoisett Road, Rochester, MA 02770. The proposed project is for the construction of a Large Scale Solar Photovoltaic Installation.
The application and associated submittal documents are available for review at the Planning Board Office at the Rochester Town Hall Annex, 37 Marion Road between the hours of 8:30 am and 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday.
Arnold Johnson, Chairman
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ROCHESTER
TOWN OF ROCHESTER CONSERVATION COMMISSION
Posted: Feb 08, 2018

TOWN OF ROCHESTER
CONSERVATION COMMISSION & TOWN FOREST COMMITTEE
NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
A public meeting will be held on Tuesday, February 20, 2018 at 7:00 pm in the Rochester Town Hall Meeting Room, One Constitution Way, Rochester, MA regarding a Request for Determination of Applicability filed by WILLOW CREEK BUILDERS, LLC, 3 Belcher Street, Plainville, MA 02762 for property located at 157 Forbes Road, Rochester, MA 02770, designated as Lot 42 on Assessor's Map 19A. The applicant proposes the installation of a new private well and the construction of a dwelling near the 100-foot Buffer Zone of an isolated vegetated wetland. The only activity within the 100-foot Buffer Zone will be grading; there will be no grading or other activity in the 25-foot No Disturb Zone. Erosion control measures will be implemented.
The applicant's representative is Stephen E. Meltzer, Esq., Edgewood Development Company, LLC, 3 Belcher Street, Plainville, MA 02762. The property owner of record is Connet Woods, LLC, 3 Belcher Street, Plainville, MA 02762. 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.
Michael Conway, Chairman
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MARION
TOWN OF MARION PLANNING BOARD
Posted: Feb 01, 2018

TOWN OF MARION
PLANNING BOARD
PUBLIC HEARING
The Marion Planning Board will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, February 20, 2018 at 5:10 pm in the Main Conference Room of the Marion Town House, 2 Spring Street to consider the Special Permit application of CAROLYN G. MARTIN under Sections 230-7.4 C, 230-4.1B, 230-4.2, 230-8.5 of the Zoning By-Laws of the Town of Marion to allow a "Pier as an Accessory Use" to a residential dwelling. The property is located at 282 Delano Road and is identified as Lot 5 on Marion Assessor's Map 5.
Eileen J. Marum, Chairman
Stephen J. Kokkins, Vice-Chairman
2/1, 2/8

MARION
TOWN OF MARION BOARD OF HEALTH
Posted: Feb 01, 2018

TOWN OF MARION
BOARD OF HEALTH
LEGAL NOTICE
The Marion Board of Health will conduct a public hearing on Tuesday, February 13, 2018 at 5:00 pm in the Main Conference Room of the Marion Town House on the variance request submitted by N. DOUGLAS SCHNEIDER & ASSOCIATES, INC. pertaining to the property located at 12 North Drive, further identified as Map 6, Lot 17.
The following variances are requested from Title 5 of the State Environmental Code:
310 CMR 15.102 (2): Deep Observation Hole Test
Request a variance from the requirement that a minimum of two test holes be performed at every disposal area.
310 CMR 15.104 (4): Percolation Testing
Request a variance from the requirement that two percolation tests be performed - one each within the proposed primary and reserve area.
The following is a statement of hardship justifying this application for the requested variances:
310 CMR 15.102 (2): Deep Observation Hole Test
The frozen ground conditions make it challenging to comply with this requirement.
310 CMR 15.104 (4): Percolation Testing
The frozen ground conditions together with a seasonal high groundwater make it challenging to comply with this requirement.
John B. Howard, MD, Chairman
2/1, 2/8

MARION
TOWN OF MARION BOARD OF HEALTH
Posted: Feb 01, 2018

TOWN OF MARION
BOARD OF HEALTH
LEGAL NOTICE
The Marion Board of Health will conduct a public hearing on Tuesday, February 13, 2018 at 5:15 pm in the Main Conference Room of the Marion Town House on the variance request submitted by G.A.F. ENGINEERING, INC. pertaining to the property located at 30 Rocky Knook Lane, further identified as Map 26, Lot 51.
The following variances are requested to Title 5 of the State Environmental Code:
310 CMR 15.211(1): Minimum Setback Distances
To allow the minimum distance between the soil absorption system and the property line be 7.5 feet rather than the 10 foot requirement.
310 CMR 15.212(1)(b):
To allow the minimum vertical separation distance between the bottom of the stone underlying the soil absorption above the high groundwater elevation be 4 feet rather than 5 feet in soils with a recorded percolation rate two minutes per inch or less.
310 CMR 15.240(5):
To allow the soil absorption system be designed for two bedrooms rather than the minimum of three bedrooms.
John B. Howard, MD, Chairman
2/1, 2/8

MARION
TOWN OF MARION CONSERVATION COMMISSION
Posted: Feb 01, 2018

TOWN OF MARION
CONSERVATION COMMISSION
LEGAL NOTICE
The Marion Conservation Commission will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, February 14, 2018 at 7:20 pm at the Marion Town House, 2 Spring Street, on a Notice of Intent (File No. SE 041-1275) submitted by CAROLYN G. MARTIN to construct a fixed pile supported timber pier with a gangway and float which will provide deep water access at 282 Delano Road.
The site is further identified as Lot 5 on Marion Assessors' Map 5. Plans are available at the Town House for review.
Cynthia Callow, Chairman
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MARION
TOWN OF MARION CONSERVATION COMMISSION
Posted: Feb 01, 2018

TOWN OF MARION
CONSERVATION COMMISSION
LEGAL NOTICE
The Marion Conservation Commission will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, February 14, 2018 at 7:30 pm at the Marion Town House, 2 Spring Street, on a Request for Determination (File No. 41D-1671) submitted by FATIMA BARRETT to upgrade a failed sewage disposal system with a conforming Title 5 system at 30 Rocky Knook Lane.
The site is further identified as Lot 51 on Marion Assessors' Map 26. Plans are available at the Town House for review.
Cynthia Callow, Chairman
2/1

MATTAPOISETT
TOWN OF MATTAPOISETT CONSERVATION COMMISSION
Posted: Feb 01, 2018

TOWN OF MATTAPOISETT
CONSERVATION COMMISSION
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Mattapoisett Conservation Commission will hold a public hearing on Monday, February 26, 2018 at 6:30 pm in the Town Hall on the Request for A Determination of Applicability submitted by MATTAPOISETT WATER AND SEWER DEPARTMENT, 19 County Road, P.O. Box 474, Mattapoisett, MA 02739.
The proposed project consists of abrasive blasting, cleaning and painting of the water main support structure, including full containment and miscellaneous repairs. Rehabilitation is required to protect the steel support structure from corrosion. No permanent disturbance of the existing river crossing is proposed and no impacts to the resource areas are anticipated.
The project is located at culvert crossing the Mattapoisett River, located at the intersection of Fairhaven Road (U.S. Route 6) and River Road and is further identified to be between Lot 174 and 114 on Assessor Map State Plane, NAD 83 Mtr.
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