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Nov 15, 2016

Approved Planning Board Minutes November 15, 2016


LITTLETON PLANNING BOARD

COMMUNITY CENTER HEALD ROOM

120 MAIN STREET

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2016

APPROVED

6:30 P.M.

 

PRESENT: Vice Chair MacNeil, Bruce Ralston, Val Poulsen, Milton Bratz, Tony J. Ilacqua, and Joanna Ray (recording secretary)

 

EXCUSED: Mary Menzies, Jim Daly, and Colin Trahan

 

OTHERS: Gardner Kellogg

 

Vice Chair MacNeil called the meeting to order at 6:30. 

 

Review October 18, 2016 minutes

Tony J. Ilacqua made a motion to approve the minutes as written.  Val Poulson second the motion.  The motion passed by all.

 

Ronald Drolet & Eileen Drolet, Owners / Margaret Wilson & Robert G. Wilson Sr., Owners / Gardner Kellogg, Agent – PB16-08 – Request for a Lot Line Adjustment between 250 & 262 West Elm St., tax maps 65-60 & 65-61, in the R-I zone.

 

Vice Chair MacNeil accepted the application as complete.  The notice was in the newspaper, abutters were notified, and the hearing fees were paid.  Gardner Kellogg presented.  The Wilson’s driveway is actually on the Drolet’s property.  The property owners have agreed to this lot line adjustment so that the driveway will be on the Wilson’s property.  Both parcel conform to the Zoning Ordinance. 

 

There were no questions from the Board or anyone in attendance.  The public input portion of the hearing was closed.

 

Bruce made a motion to approve the request as presented with the condition that the applicants comply with all Local, Federal, and State regulations.  Tony second the motion.   The motion passed by all.   

 

Charles Gould & Catherine Gould, Owners / Gardner Kellogg, Agent – PB16-09 – Request for a 2-lot subdivision of 2271 Manns Hill Rd, tax map 11-6, in the Rural zone. 

 

Vice Chair MacNeil accepted the application as complete.  The notice was in the newspaper, abutters were notified, and the hearing fees were paid.  Gardner Kellogg presented.  The reason for the subdivision is to sell the smaller lot to Mr. Gould’s son.  Currently, there is a bridge on the abutting property that allows access to tax map 11-6.  Sean Sweeney has been hired by the Gould’s to go through the wetland application process with the State to allow a bridge on the newly created lot.  The remaining acreage will also use the new bridge for access.  Vice Chair MacNeil stated the R.O.W. must be written into the deeds along with the maintenance agreement.  It should also be noted on the plan.  Gardner agreed to make the new R.O.W. clear on the plan along with the maintenance agreement.

 

There were no questions or additional input.  The public input portion of the hearing was closed. 

 

Tony made a motion to approve the request with the following conditions:

  • Applicant must receive wetlands approval for the proposed bridge
  • The 50’ wide R.O.W. must be shown on the plan and mentioned in the deeds
  • Maintenance agreement between tax map 11-6 and the new parcel must be written into the deeds and referenced on the plan
  • Applicant must comply with all Local, Federal, and State regulations

 

Val second the motion.  The motion passed by all. 

OTHER BUSINESS

 

  • Fort Fairfield BP, LLC – merge of tax maps 91-86 & 91-88 in the Industrial Park

Tony made a motion to approve the merge request.  Val second the motion.  The motion passed by all.

 

  • Review of Master Plan Chapter 2 survey questions

The Board discussed the length of the survey as well as the format.  Milton will adjust the survey based on the suggestions.  Milton suggested the survey be mailed to a percentage of registered voters with a stamped return envelope.  An estimated amount of 370 surveys will be mailed out with a possible return of 250.  The Board discussed mailing out the survey mid-January with results requested by the end of February.  The results will be gathered for the Board’s first meeting in April.

 

At 7:30, Tony made a motion to adjourn.  Bruce second the motion.  The motion passed by all.

 

Submitted by,

Joanna Ray