January 4, 2018: This meeting has been postponed to January 18th due to winter storm and hazardous conditions.Sturbridge Conservation Commission
Meeting Agenda for Thursday, January 4, 2018
**Meeting will be held at the Sturbridge Center Office Building 301 Main Street, 2nd floor**
6:00 PM-- Open Meeting - Quorum check
Committee Updates: CPA, Trail Committee, and, Open Space
Lakes Advisory Committee does not meet again until spring
Walk-ins Paul & Patricia Huerto; 8 Birch Street: re installing a deck on existing sonotubes
6:15 Request for Determination of Applicability; 195 Arnold Road; Rapscallion Brewing; represented by EcoTec, Inc, for addition to existing building, along with associated site work and landscaping.
6:30 Notice of Intent; DEP#300-1004; 168 Lane Seven; Stephen Quink; represented by EcoTec, Inc; Repair and reconstruction of existing patio, fences, outdoor stairways, and removal of hazardous trees; in the buffer zone. Continued from December 7, 2017.
6:45 Notice of Intent: DEP #300-1005: 47 Seneca Lane: George & Rebecca Kondylis; raze & rebuild of single family home and garage in the buffer zone; Represented by EBT Environmental Consultants. Continued from December 7, 2017.
7:00 Request for Determination of Applicability; 129 Shore Road, Paul Girouard; represented by Joseph Coan, JCLA Design; removal of deck, install small patio and landscaping
7:15 Request for Determination of Applicability; 5 Cherry Brook Circle; David Rosen
-- Tree Removal Application: 33 Woodlawn; Peter Savenko. Removal of 7 trees within buffer zone.
Sturbridge Wetland Bylaw Regulations: discussion of comments received from Board of Selectmen
New Business: Community Preservation Committee Letter
Request for Certificate of Compliance
DEP #300-811; 14 Birch Street; E. Seman Jr;
DEP #300-751; 76 South Shore Dive (aka 26 South Shore Drive); Peter Mimeault
DEP# 300-910; 114 Leadmine; Watsky: addition to SFH
Approval of minutes: December 7, 2017
Hamant Brook Update, Trail Parking Area Update, Plimpton shed, Office updates, SLAC document
The items listed, which may be discussed at the meeting, are those reasonably anticipated by the Chair.~ Not all items listed may in fact be discussed and other items not listed may also be brought up for discussion to the extent permitted by law.~ For those items that will be discussed, the Conservation Commission will address its questions and concerns with a proponent before allowing the public to weigh in on the topic being discussed with the proponent.~ For public discussion of non-agenda items, such discussion will be handled during the Walk-in period or as allowed by the Chair.