PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
Fairhaven Conservation Commission
Monday, July 25, 2022 at 6:00pm
Fairhaven Town Hall, 40 Center Street
Pursuant to Chapter 22 of the Acts of 2022, these public hearings will be conducted in person and via remote means in accordance with applicable law. This means that members of the public may access this meeting in person or via virtual means. In-person attendance will be at the location listed above. Members of the public who wish to access the meeting virtually may do so in the following manner:
or CALL 1-929-205-6099
Meeting ID: 869 5315 5076
The meeting can also be viewed on Channel 18 or on FairhavenTV.com.
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 023-285: 21 Cove Street Request for Determination of Applicability filed by Joseph & Patricia Marshall to pave an existing gravel driveway, with minor expansion areas located at 21 Cove Street, Assessor’s Map 28B, Lots 55-58. The total area paved will be 1,160 square feet. All work will occur within Land Subject to Coastal Storm Flowage, Flood Zone VE, and possibly within the 100 foot Buffer Zone of a coastal wetland area located across the street.
2. CON 023-286: 110 Farmfield Street Request for Determination of Applicability filed by Leonard & Jeannette Raposa to pave two driveways located at 110 Farmfield Street, Assessor’s Map 02, Lot 220. Work to take place in Land Subject to Coastal Storm Flowage.
3. CON 023-287: 83 Pleasant Street Request for Determination of Applicability filed by M.L. Lewis, President of Atlas Tack Corporation to permanently close in-place the existing underground fuel oil storage vault located at 83 Pleasant Street, Assessor’s Map 08, Lot 094. The existing subsurface 100,000-gallon tank will be left in place and closed by crushing the top of the tank, filling the voids with crushed stone and stabilizing the area with a conservation seed mix. Work will occur within Land Subject to Coastal Storm Flowage or the 100-year coastal flood zone.
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 at the Conservation Office in Town Hall, located at 40 Center Street, Fairhaven, MA.
Geoff Haworth, Chair, Fairhaven Conservation Commission
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