PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
Fairhaven Conservation Commission
Monday, August 8, 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 via remote means. Members of the public who wish to access the meeting may do so in the following manner:
or CALL 1-929-205-6099
Meeting ID: 869 5315 5076
No in-person attendance of members of the public will be permitted, and public participation in any public hearing conducted during this meeting shall be by remote means only.
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 023-284: Ebony Street, Assessor’s Map 43C, Lots 389-400 Request for Abbreviated Notice of Resource Area Delineation filed by Michael Ristuccia to delineate wetlands located at Ebony Street, Assessor’s Map 43C, Lots 389-400.
2. CON 023-288: 5 Sippican Street Notice of Intent filed by Clarisse Fairbanks to repair seawall located at 5 Sippican Street, Assessor’s Map 42A, Lot 261. Work will occur within Coastal Banks and Land Subject to Coastal Storm Flowage.
3. CON 023-289: 905 Sconticut Neck Road Request for Certificate of Compliance filed by Robert Davis for final inspection of an installed above ground propane tank located at 905 Sconticut Neck Road, Assessor’s Map 43, Lots 148 & 149. Work to take place within Flood Zone (VE).
4. CON 023-290: 7 Sippican Street Notice of Intent filed by Frederick Miller to permanently close in-place the existing underground fuel oil storage vault located at 7 Sippican Street, Assessor’s Map 42A, Lots 257 & 259. Work will occur within Coastal Banks and Land Subject to Coastal Storm Flowage.
5. CON 023-291: Bridge Street, Map 36, Lot 15J Notice of Intent filed by Fairhaven Properties, LLC for proposed redevelopment work located at Map 36, Lot 15J, Bridge Street. Fairhaven Properties proposes to redevelop the site into a two-building self-storage facility. Development includes landscaping, as well as stormwater and utility infrastructure improvements. A portion of the proposed work is located within 100 feet of a wetland resource area, previously delineated and approved under an Order of Resource Area Determination (ORAD), issued in January 2022.
6. CON 023-292, SE 023-1357: 78 Akin Street Request for Certificate of Compliance filed by Peter Arruda for final inspection located at 78 Akin Street, Assessor’s Map 30B, Lot 15 of the work permitted by the subject Order of Conditions issued in July 2021. The new house was constructed and connections to utilities and associated site work have been completed and disturbed surfaces have been stabilized. Work to take place in the buffer zone to Bordering Vegetated Wetland.
7. CON 023-293: 28 Fort Street Notice of Intent filed by Jose & Bernadette Cordeiro to repair the existing seawall located at 28 Fort Street, Assessor’s Map 03, Lot 004, by resetting stones and raising the height by 36 inches. The purpose of the installation is to increase shoreline protection of the property and match the height of the neighboring seawall. Work will occur in Coastal Land Subject to Coastal Storm Flowage, Coastal Beaches, Coastal Bank, and Land Containing Shellfish.
8. CON 023-294: 24 Smith Street Request for Determination of Applicability filed by Albert & Bernice Gaudreau to pave an existing stone dust driveway with concrete, located at 24 Smith Street, Assessor’s Map 29B, Lot 021.
9. CON 023-295: 229 Sconticut Neck Road Request for Determination of Applicability filed by Patrice Johnson to asphalt an existing extended 21’x39’ stone-dust driveway, located at 229 Sconticut Neck Road, Assessor’s Map 28B, Lot 651.
10. CON 023-296: 10 Alves Way Request for an Amended Order of Conditions filed by Alexander Gray Development, LLC for modifications located at 10 Alves Way, Assessor’s Map 28, Lot 24: (1) front yard elevations 1 foot higher than what was shown on the subdivision plans and two feet high in the rear of the property; (2) a stone boulder wall ranging in elevations between 1 foot to 3 feet in height; (3) sump pump installed, which ties into roof leader and drains northerly 14 feet from the house and; (4) an installed irrigation system for the lawn. Work to take place in Bordering Vegetated Wetland and its 100-foot buffer 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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