PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
Fairhaven Conservation Commission
Monday, July 6, 2020 at 6:30pm
Town Hall, 40 Center Street
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Meeting ID: 952 1119 8467
The Fairhaven Conservation Commission will hold the following Public Hearings pursuant to the Massachusetts Wetlands Protection Act (M.G.L. c. 131, s. 40) and the Code of the Town of Fairhaven Chapter 192, Wetlands:
1. CON 023-147: 210 Sconticut Neck Road Request for Determination of Applicability filed by Casandra Paasche for the installation of an 8-foot by 14-foot shed at the property located at 210 Sconticut Neck Road, Assessors Map 28B, Lots 184, 198-199. Work to take place in Land Subject to Coastal Storm Flowage.
2. CON 023-148: Frederick Avenue, Map 29A, Lots 168-169 Notice of Intent filed by Steven and Sandra Hermenau for the construction of Frederick Avenue 250 feet west from Sconticut Neck Road and the construction of a single family dwelling with driveway, and sewer and water service at the property located on Frederick Avenue, Assessors Map 29A, Lots 168-169. Work to take place in Land Subject to Coastal Storm Flowage and buffer zone to Bordering Vegetated Wetland.
3. CON 023-149: Knollmere Beach, 161 Weeden Road Notice of Intent filed by Raymond Surprenant, Knollmere Beach Association, Inc. for beach nourishment with maximum 250 cubic yards of clean sand annually at the property located at 161 Weeden Road, Knollmere Beach, Assessors Map 32A, Lots 213 & 214. Work to take place in Land Subject to Coastal Storm Flowage, Coastal Beach, and the 100-foot buffer zones to Coastal Dune, Coastal Bank, Rocky Intertidal Shore, and Salt Marsh.
4. CON 023-150: 6 Saltmarsh Road Notice of Intent filed by Peter Lopes, Trustee of the Luiz Family Nominee Trust for the construction of a new Title 5 septic system for an existing house at the property located at 6 Saltmarsh Road, Assessors Map 43, Lot 3. Work to take place in Land Subject to Coastal Storm Flowage and the 100-foot buffer zones to Coastal Bank and Rocky Intertidal Shore.
Public participation will be via virtual means only: Public participation will be via virtual means only: Pursuant to Governor Baker’s March 12, 2020 Order suspending certain provisions of the Open Meeting Law, M.G.L. c. 30A, §18, and the Governor’s March 15, 2020 Order imposing strict limitation on the number of people that may gather in one place, this meeting of the Fairhaven Conservation Commission will be conducted via remote participation. The public may participate in this meeting via remote participation. Information regarding remote meeting access, listed above, will also be provided on the Conservation Agenda posted on the Town’s website at least 48 hours prior to the meeting.
Copies of the applications listed in this hearing notice may be viewed electronically at: https://www.fairhaven-ma.gov/conservation-commission/pages/current-filings
Jay Simmons, Chair, Fairhaven Conservation Commission
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