Planning Board Meetings/Minutes

NOTE - The Planning Board is in need of 2 volunteers to serve as alternates.  No real estate or planning experience is necessary, just the desire to serve the town as an alternate when a regular member may be absent or unable to vote on a topic. The meetings are the 1st Weds. of each month (except July in 2018) at 6pm at the town hall. Kindly leave a name/phone number with the town hall staff.

 

 

PLANNING BOARD MEETING MINUTES

APPROVED MINUTES 12/6/18

November 7, 2018

Present:  Mary Thompson (Chair), Peter Anderson, Robert Prince, Keith Newman, Tanya Rucosky, Richard Martin (alternate).  Also present was CEO Judy Rolfe.

The meeting was called to order at 5:58 pm by Mary Thompson.

The minutes from the October 3, 2018 meeting were read and approved.

Permit Applications:

Tim Huntley is requesting to place a 10 x 50 ft. 2 bedroom mobile home on a gravel pad at 112 East McMann Road, Map 8, Lot 38.  There will be no well nor septic.  There will be a chemical toilet and portable generator.  Taxes have been paid on home.  An existing driveway will be utilized.  CEO has inspected and approved the site with conditions.  It was moved, seconded and unanimously approved that permit # 23-2018 be issued subject to payment of $35 final inspection fee.

Daniel Pray is requesting the addition of a 10 x 24ft. screened porch on a concrete slab and attached to an existing 28 x 20ft. 3-bedroom home located at 252 East Side Road, Map 10, Lot 50.  CEO has approved project.  It was moved, seconded and unanimously approved that permit #24-2018 be issued to applicant pending payment of $120 fees which were later paid this evening.

New Business:

 Addison citizen, Chris Chartrand was in attendance at the meeting and wished to express concern about the Board’s thoughts surrounding issuing of permits to establish facilities for the retail sale of marijuana. It currently appears that if the town “opts” in to the State guidelines, the town must formulate an ordinance to govern issuing permits.  If the town “opts” out of following State guidelines, the town can circumvent the issuing of permits.  It was agreed that the Board needs to take this concern into consideration and make a decision on how it wants to act.

Mr. Chartrand also wanted to inquire as to the Board’s progress on defining a “mobile home” ordinance for Addison as he has a personal, potential interest in establishing a mobile home facility.  After some lengthy discussion it was agreed that the Board needed to resurrect and revisit past work done on establishing said ordinance.  Peter Anderson had done some prior groundwork on an ordinance and will make his findings available to the Board.  It was agreed that each member of the Board take a specific section of said ordinance to research and make recommendations.  It was decided to hold a special meeting of the Board on Wednesday November 28, 2018, at 6:00pm to present findings and begin to formulate an ordinance recommendation to present to the Selectmen.

CEO Report:

CEO Judy Rolfe reports she is still working on getting compliance with a couple of septic systems.  There is currently no legal budget in place to deal with the “clam shack” removal case.

There will be a special PB workshop on Wednesday November 28, 2018 at 6:00pm to address a mobile home ordinance. (amended to read “mobile home park ordinance”) 12/5/18.

Next regularly scheduled meeting of the Planning Board will be on Wednesday December 5, 2018 at 6:00pm.  The public is invited to attend.

It was moved, seconded and unanimously approved to adjourn the meeting at 7:42pm.

PLANNING BOARD MEETING

APPROVED MINUTES   11/7/18

October 3, 2018

Meeting opened at 6:00 PM

Attendees: Mary Thompson(Chair), Tanya Rucosky (Acting Secretary), Richard Martin, Peter Anderson, Judy Rolfe (CEO), Selectman, Timothy Thompson, applicants and/or their representatives.

 Excused: Robert Prince, Keith Newman

It was determined that a quorum existed.

    Minutes:

                Minutes from the Planning Board Meeting on September 5, 2018 were unanimously approved as read.

New Business:

                William and Samantha Gray of 87 Basin Rd. applied for a building permit to move a mobile home onto a lot at 477 Basin Rd. (Map 18 Lot 2A) currently owned by Dean and Terry Crowley.  The mobile home would be 14’ x70’ with two bedrooms. The CEO had inspected the property.  The land owners, Dean and Terry Crowley were in attendance and signed the permit request. It was noted that a plumbing permit would be needed when the Greys hook up their home. One inspection had been paid as well as permit fee of $50 and the final inspection of $35.   The fees were paid and permit #22-2018 was issued by unanimous vote subject to final CEO inspection.

                A permit was requested by Hurley and Martha Beal to site a 14’x55’ two bedroom mobile home at 84 Basin Rd (Map 3, Lots 10 & 11). Information on the application was lacking and the applicants were absent from the meeting.  It was not clear which lot the septic system was located.  While both lots are currently own by the same owner, Mary Thompson moved to table the vote until the location of the septic system and any other missing information was clarified. As the mobile home has already been placed on the site, any permit written should include ‘after the fact’ charges.  The board voted unanimously to table the permit until the November meeting.

                 Extension of a permit #15-2017 at Map 18 Lot 39  at 88 Carver Lane (Joyce and Gren Blackall) which is set to expire on October 4, 2018:   The work is over 50% complete and according to original permit.   The property is in the shore land zone.  No additional fees are required.  The board voted unanimously to approve this permit extension for 12 months in its entirety with no changes.

Fee Schedule:

The board has looked at the fee schedules of other towns in regard to planning permits and found Addison’s is currently similar to those of other towns.  However several have an ‘after the fact’ charge which is 2 times more. The board might also consider a ‘no charge’ permit to tear down a structure or to move a mobile home out. This assists the CEO and tax assessor in their functions.

                Energy Efficiency Upgrade Support:

Mary Thompson asked if Charles Rudelitch from Sunrise County Economic Council might come and talk to the board about ways to help financially challenged members of the Addison community do energy efficiency up-grades.  Tanya Rucosky said she felt he would, and would ask him to attend a board or town meeting in the future.

Maintenance Ordinance: This issue had come up by citizen complaints  at the last Selectmen’s meeting. There are health and safety concerns about trash at certain properties in Addison.  The Health Officer had visited one property multiple  times. He  reported  deficiencies with local ordinances. The CEO proposed a current property maintenance code from East Machias which also covers burned out or otherwise damaged buildings and requires they be demolished and/or substantial repairs started w/i 90 days.  She suggested the board not adopt the entire document as it exists, but that it might offer a starting point.  She suggested the board consider including state statutes on dilapidated buildings.  The board discussed concerns were not about aesthetics but health and safety only.

Peter Anderson asked if such an ordinance would apply if a property burnt down.  The CEO replied to the affirmative, that would be maintenance after casualty damage.

Peter felt it would be important to make this section separate  in any verbage.

The CEO said she did not want to infringe on people’s privacy.  Mainly her concern was about buildings that were posing safety risks to residents, neighbors, and others and would assist with buildings gathering trash, attracting vermin.  She felt the public health representative could provide assistance.

The meeting adjourned at 7pm.
The next meeting is on November 7
th at 6pm at the town hall.

  

PLANNING BOARD MEETING

APPROVED MINUTES 10/3/2018        

September 5, 2018

Present: Peter Anderson, Robert Prince, Keith Newman, Tanya Rucosky, and Richard Martin. 
Absent were CEO Judy Rolfe excused for personal reasons and Mary Thompson, also excused.

The meeting was called to order at 5:58 PM by Co-Chairperson Peter Anderson.

Since it was noted there were no corrections to the August 1, 2018 meeting minutes, it was moved, seconded and unanimously agreed to dispense with reading of the minutes and approve the minutes as distributed.

Since there were no applications to be considered by the Board, it was moved, seconded and unanimously approved to adjourn the meeting at 6:02 PM.

The next Board meeting will be on Wednesday, October 3, 2018 at 6:00 PM.

 

PLANNING BOARD MEETING

APPROVED MINUTES 9/5/18     

August 1, 2018

Present: Mary Thompson, Keith Newman, Peter Anderson, Tanya Rucosky, and Code Enforcement (CEO) Judy Rolfe.
 
Also present was an applicant, Linda Smith.
 
  Excused were Richard Martin and Rob Prince.

The meeting was called to order at 6:00 PM at the Addison Town Hall by Chairperson Mary Thompson.
  Tanya Rucosky volunteered to act as Secretary in Rob Prince’s absence.

Meeting Minutes: The minutes from the June 6, 2018 meeting were unanimously approved (4/0).

 Permit Applications:

1.       Linda Smith of 151 School St. regarding property at 188 School St. (Map 4 Lot 68-1), 1.5 Acres. Property owners are Rodney and Shawn Perry.  The request is to locate a 12’x 55’ 1-bedroom mobile home on a gravel pad.  The work would include installing a septic system on town water.  The septic and subsurface permit has been issued.  The CEO has inspected and approved the site.  The first inspection fee of $35 had been paid.  The property is not in the shoreland zone.  Ms. Smith paid $35 for the second inspection and the $50 permit that night.  Peter Anderson moved that permit #20-2018 be issued with no conditions.  The board unanimously approved with a vote of 4/0.

2.       Ken Hegarty of 142 Cape Split Rd. (Map 19 Lot 20-1) applied for a permit to put a 1 story, 12’x10’ ell on his existing 1-bedroom home between the house and a proposed attached garage of 24’x38’ on a concrete slab.  The building site is not in the floodplain.  The CEO had inspected and approved of the site with the condition that the septic would be moved.  She noted no change to the driveway access would be required.  Mr. Hegarty had asked the CEO to answer any questions in his stead.  She explained the septic tank would be moved from its current position and that the permit for that removal and re-situation had already been approved.  Mary Thompson moved that the permit be approved subject to the payment of $35 each for the second and third inspections, and a payment of $100 for a shoreland zone building permit totaling $170.  Keith Newman seconded the motion.  The committee voted unanimously to approve Permit #21-2018 (4/0).

Old Business:  Keith Newman and Tanya Rucosky agreed they would get together before the 8/29 work session to work on encouraging the use of existing housing stock.

CEO Report:  The CEO explained that a “How to Read a Deed” session was coming up at a work session.

Mary Thompson asked her if she would explain the proposed intertidal leasing ideas that she’s heard through DMR.

Judy explained that the state is changing the wording of the Chapter 1 and 2 of the shellfish laws.  The changes would give the local community no say in the area between the mean and the extreme low water levels and this strip of flats would be open to leasing for aquaculture.   She expressed a view that this was part of a wider push to take away towns’ control of the tidal flats.  As the Shellfish Committee co-chair, Judy is working to protect the intertidal zone from mussel draggers.

The CEO inspected 2 septic systems this month and sent a letter regarding a home which seems to be doing work with a permit. 

Finally, the CEO has accepted a part-time position as CEO in East Machias, though her primary focus will remain in Addison.

Tanya Rucosky motioned to adjourn.
The board voted unanimously to do so (4/0).
Meeting adjourned at 6:40 PM.

Next regular meeting is Wed. Sept. 5th at 6PM at the Addison Town Hall.  The public is welcome to attend.

 

PLANNING BOARD MEETING

APPROVED MINUTES 8/1/18 

July 11, 2018

Present: Mary Thompson, Richard Martin, Keith Newman, Peter Anderson, Tanya Rucosky, and Code Enforcement Officer (CEO) Judy Rolfe. 
Robert Prince is excused due to illness.

The meeting was called to order at 6:00 PM by Chairperson Mary Thompson. 
A quorum was deemed present. 
The newly appointed alternate, Richard Martin, was introduced and moved to voting status.

Tanya Rucosky was nominated by Peter Anderson to act as secretary in the absence of Rob Prince.  Seconded.  5/0.

Meeting Minutes: The minutes from the June 6, 2018 meeting were read by the Acting Secretary and unanimously approved.

 Old Business:  A work session for mobile home park ordinance development will be scheduled at the August meeting.

Permit Applications:

1.             Lorna and Peter Greene of 381 Ridge Rd (Map 4, Lot 15) requested a permit to add an attached 32’ x 48’ garage and 1 bathroom on a concrete slab.  The CEO had inspected and approved of the site.  Mary Thompson moved to issue Permit #15-2018 to Peter and Lorna Greene.  The board voted 5/0 in favor.  $35 had been paid. As the building site is not in the shoreland zone, $70 was needed for the 2 final inspections and $50 for the building permit to be paid.  The permit will be issued on payment of fees. 

 

2.         BC30DJ LLC, Erwin Zimmermann as authorized representative, requested a building permit on Map 7 Lot 9-A (a 6 acre parcel) at 290 West Side Rd to build a 24’ x 48’ garage on a concrete slab with 2 12'x28' lean to's one of which will be enclosed on a concrete slab.  This building site is outside the shoreland zone and floodplain.  The CEO had approved site.  The board voted unanimously (5/0) to issue permit #16-2018 to BC30DJ LLC.  $35 had been paid.  Two more inspections (at $35 per inspection) as well as the $50 permit fee are paid tonight.

 

3.               Kristopher and Erica Greene, represented by Broughman Builders requested a permit at Map 4 Lot 15-3 on 37 Old Town Rd., on a 5-acre lot, to construct a single family home.  The ranch style, 3 bedroom home on a concrete foundation with a full basement will have a 28’x42’ footprint.  The CEO has inspected and approved the site, and issued a permit for the septic system with no conditions.  The Greenes have paid $35 for the initial inspection.  2 more inspections (at $35 each) will need to be completed as well as the payment of a $50 building permit.  All fees are paid tonight.  The board voted unanimously (5/0) to issue permit 17-2018.

 

Keith Newman recused himself from the following permit application.

 

4.               Keith and Robin Newman at 377 Water St. (Map 1 Lot 95) requested a permit to add an 8’x20’ deck on 4”x4” posts on to the back of the barn currently on their property.  There would be no concrete pour.  The property is in the shoreland zone, but not in the floodplain.  The CEO has inspected and approved of the site, as it meets setbacks.  A $100 building permit fee and a 2nd inspection fee of $35 are paid tonight.  The board voted unanimously (4/0) to approve and permit #18-2018 was issued. 

Keith Newman returned to voting status.

5.               Ken Hegarty at 142 Cape Split Rd. (2.7 acres) Map 19 Lot 20-1 requested a permit to build a 14’x24’ storage shed on a gravel pad on concrete blocks on an existing gravel pad.  The CEO and DEP had inspected the site outside the shoreland zone.  A $35 initial inspection fee had been paid.  With the condition that the gravel pad not be expanded towards the wetlands, the board voted unanimously (5/0) to issue permit #19-2018 upon receipt of $35 for the second inspection and $50 permit fee.

6.               Margaret and Patrick Reidy had requested an extension on Permit #7-2017 (regarding Seaside Drive Map 28 Lot 22-1A).  The board asked the CEO if more than 30% of the project was complete.  CEO indicated it was, explaining that the well, septic, foundation and most of the site work had been completed but that Mr. Reidy had been ill for much of last year.  The Board voted to extend the permit date to June 7, 2019 by unanimous vote (5/0) with the understanding that no changes could be made to the original permit.

 

CEO Report:  Inspected 4 new septic systems.
Received 3 new mobile homes going in on Big Ridge Rd on existing septics and wells. 
A few internal updates on the properties in the shoreland zone with real estate agents.
 
CEO is learning to do soil sampling. 

New Business:  Mary Thompson asked if building permit fees could be addressed at the next work session.

Judy Rolfe noted that fees for a minor structure (ex. deck) and fees for a house currently can be the same.

Tanya Rucosky suggested that rehabilitating existing housing should be encouraged over building new homes far from town services, and that a credit of some sort might be built into any new fee structure.  Keith Newman volunteered to address that issue at the next work session.

Keith Newman motioned to adjourn.
The board voted unanimously to do so (5/0).
Meeting adjourned a 7:03PM.

The next meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, August 1, 2018 at the town hall. 
The public is welcome to attend.

  PLANNING BOARD MEETING

APPROVED MINUTES 7/11/18

June 6, 2018

Present: Mary Thompson, Robert Prince, Keith Newman, Peter Anderson, Tanya Rucosky, and Code Enforcement Officer (CEO) Judy Rolfe. 

The meeting was called to order at 6:00 PM by Chairperson Mary Thompson.
 
A quorum was deemed present.

Meeting Minutes: The minutes from the May 2, 2018 meeting were read by the Secretary and unanimously approved.

Permit Applications:

1.            Building application submitted by Adam and Bobbi Floyd to install a 30 ft. X 30 ft. deck to surround above ground pool at 50 Mason Bay Road (19C) Map 12, Lot 42.  Not in shoreland zone.  CEO approved location on post foundation; $35 application fee already received $50 BP application and final CEO fee of $35 paid tonight.  Permit #11-2018 issued w/vote 5/0.

2.            Application submitted by Erin and Elliot Peabody, 655 Basin Road, Map 18, Lot 20 (1 acre) Permit #12-2018.  Currently on property is a home and shed and 2 septics one for new 14ft X 70 ft. applied for mobile home on an existing gravel pad.  CEO has inspected location.  Already paid $35 CEO and $50 BP fee and another $35 CEO fee paid tonight w/vote 5/0.

3.         Application submitted by Louis Davis of Indian River Road for Lot at 275 Point Street, Map 4, Lot 55 (1.2 acres) to place a 18 ft. high, 24ft. X 38ft. steel roofed structure over 20ft. X 20ft. steel racks.  CEO has inspected/approved location.   Applicant has paid late fee $100, initial $35 CEO fee, owes $50 permit fee and final CEO fee which will be paid before permit is picked up.  Permit #13-2018 issued.  Vote 5/0.

4.               Application submitted by Richard Martin and Monica Froese of 288 Cape Split Road, Map 2/Lot 53.  Application concerns construction at 296 Mooseneck Road (.43 acres) to replace a back deck on West side of small house with a screened in porch on existing posts pf 10ft. X 22ft. 2). Build a 8ft X 14ft 2nd floor deck on South side of house on existing posts.  CEO approved deck size and locations.  Paid $50 permit fee, $35 CEO, and $35 final CEO fee this evening.  Permit #14-2018 issued upon vote of 5/0.

Old Business:  None.

New Business:  Schedule a work session for June 27th @ 6:00PM.  At work session decide to look at incorporating ME. State Building Code or parts thereof.

CEO Report:  Applicants’ visits; work with tax assessor on Basin Road property; difficulty with a property owner.

Next Board meeting scheduled for July 4th is postponed to July 11 at 6:00 PM due to the holiday.
  The public is welcome to attend.
Meeting adjourned at 7:03PM.

PLANNING BOARD MEETING

APPROVED MINUTES - 6/6/18

MAY 2, 2018

Present: Mary Thompson, Robert Prince, Keith Newman, Peter Anderson and Code Enforcement Officer (CEO) Judy Rolfe.  Tanya Rucosky (excused absence)

The meeting was called to order at 6:00 PM by Chairperson Mary Thompson.
 A quorum was deemed present.

Meeting Minutes: The minutes from April 4, 2018 meeting were read and corrections were made to reflect attendance of Board member Peter Anderson, who has been recorded as absent.  Spelling of permit applicant’s name (Moraisey) was corrected and the time of the May meeting was corrected from 6:30 to 6:00PM.  No other concerns were expressed so the minutes were unanimously approved as amended.

Permit Applications:

1.             Building application submitted by Ronald Looke to install a 12 X 24ft pre-fab, lofted barn over a gravel pad and resting on cement block, at 18 Batson Lane, Map 20, lot 45 (3.3 acres).  CEO has inspected and approved the project.  Initial $35 CEO fee already paid.  Due is $50 building permit fee and final $35 CEO fee.  It was unanimously approved that the Board issue permit #4-2018 to applicant.

2.         Application submitted by Glenn Garnett to erect a 28 x 36ft storage building on concrete slab at 250 Indian River Rd (Rte. 187) Map 5, Lots 23, 24, & 25.  Further to move a 12 x 12ft shed to another place on the lot and onto a gravel pad.  Initial CEO fee paid, and applicant will pay 2 additional CEO fees and building permit fee tonight.  It was unanimously approved to issue permit #5-2018.

 

3.               Application submitted by Glenn Garnett, (acting for Tim Hernandez – owner), to construct a 10X24ft breezeway between garage and house and to construct a 6x12ft deck on second story of garage at 425 Mooseneck Road, Map 2, Lots 25, 26 & 28 (1.49 acres total).  Owner is also adding a bedroom and bath in second story of garage.  CEO reports that the deck cannot be approved as it moves the structure closer than the allowable distance to the water.  It was unanimously approved that permit #6-2018 be issued without the deck to applicant pending payment of 2 CEO fees ($70) and shore land building  permit fee of $100.  Owner can pick up permit upon payment of fees at town hall.

 

4.               Application submitted by Kevin Lovejoy, on behalf of J&K Lobster Bait, Inc. to erect a 10x60ft addition on the front of an already existing 60x80ft structure making the finished bldg. 60x90ft., at 413 Mooseneck Road, Map 2, Lot 23A.  CEO has inspected and approved project.  It was unanimously voted to issue permit #7-2018 to applicant subject to payment of 2 additional CEO fees ($70) and a $100 shore land building permit fee.  Fees were paid tonight.

 

5.               Application submitted by Evans and Audrey Tyler to remove a deck and build in its place a 8X20ft, 1-story dining room, no plumbing, no concrete pour, at 210 Mooseneck Road, Map 20, Lot 25.  First CEO fee paid.  It was unanimously approved to issue permit #8-2018 to applicant pending addition CEO fees ($35) and building permit fee of $50.  Fees paid tonight.

 

6.            Application submitted by Kevin Shaw (contractor) representing Gavin & Shirley Watson (owners) to erect a 20x28ft “Clear Span Solar Guard” garage on a gravel pad at 30 Wohoa Bay Drive, Map 23, and Lot 8-13.  Property owner understands that he/she may want to seek legal advice regarding the ownership, covenants and deed restrictions of the property, as outlined on the notice attached to the building permit, before initiating the project.   It was unanimously approved to issue permit #9-2018.  Applicant has paid initial CEO fee but owes $50 building permit fee and final CEO fee of $35.

 

7.            Application submitted by Joshua Farren to move a 14x72ft mobile home from Columbia onto a gravel pad at 217 Ridge Rd, Map 4, Lot 5(24 acres).  Drive-way, septic, well and electric already in place.  It was unanimously approved to issue permit #10-2018, subject to payment of $50 building permit fee and $35 CEO fee.  Applicant will pick up permit at town hall with payment of fees.

 

Old Business:  A work session was scheduled for Wednesday, May 16th to address the Mobile Home Ordinance.

New Business:  None brought before the Board.

CEO Report:  Some recently sold properties in Addison appear not to have received a septic system approval.

Next Board meeting is scheduled for June 6, 2018 at 6:00PM. 
The public is welcome to attend.
Meeting adjourned at 7:33PM.

PLANNING BOARD MEETING

APPROVED MINUTES - 5/2/18

APRIL 4, 2018

Present: Mary Thompson, Robert Prince, Keith Newman (arrived late – 6:24 pm), Tanya Rucosky, Peter Anderson, and Code Enforcement Officer (CEO) Judy Rolfe.

The meeting was called to order at 6:00 PM by Chairperson Mary Thompson.
Reading of the minutes from March 14, 2018, was deferred pending arrival of Board member Keith Newman.

 1.  Building application submitted by Dennis Moraisey of 20 Granite Road to erect a 28X64 ft. ranch house on a full concrete basement on the property owned by Travis Alley, 226 Ridge Road, Map 4, Lot 31.  Structure will also include a 8 x 24 ft. deck.  Installation of septic, well and power are pending.  There is a 1500 ft.  driveway at the site.  CEO has inspected and approved the project and no additional driveway work is required.  It was unanimously approved that permit #3-2018 be issued subject to submission of septic design and LPI approval.  Applicant has already paid $35 inspection fee and still owed two CEO fees and application fee.  Applicant paid $120 today.

Old Business:    1.  Need to schedule Board work session to follow-up with development of pending mobile home ordinance.  It was decided that the Board meet on Wed. April 25th at 6:00, to continue deliberation of said ordinance.

        New Business:    1.  For the upcoming June primary election, it was suggested by Mary Thompson that the Board might want to create a list of questions to pass out to voters at the primary to obtain a feeling from the electorate on the need of a marijuana ordinance for Addison.  After some discussion the Board decided to wait on developing any opinion or survey after the State has made its stand on the subject clear. 

 

CEO Report:     1.  CEO Judy Rolfe gave her report.  The issue of individuals conducting forestry operations in a shore-land zone was presented and Judy has made it known to pertinent parties that forestry operations could not proceed without the approval of a licensed forester

         Minutes from March Meeting:

       Keith Newman arrived at meeting during CEO report.
       
The minutes from the March 14th meeting were read and approved. 
        Next Board meeting will be on May 2nd at 6:00 PM.
 

        Meeting adjourned at 6:34 PM.

 PLANNING BOARD MEETING

APPROVED MINUTES - 4/4/2018

March 14, 2018

Present: Mary Thompson, Peter Anderson, Keith Newman, and CEO Judy Rolfe, and Selectman – Timothy Thompson.

Absent: (excused) Rob Prince and Tanya Rucosky. 

The meeting was called to order at 6:00PM by Chairperson Mary Thompson.
The meeting was held at the Addison Town Hall.
The
Weds. March 7th meeting was postponed due to weather.
   Keith Newman was nominated and elected secretary pro-tem.

The minutes of the February 21st, 2018 meeting were read and approved as read with two minor corrections

There are no pending permit applications.

CEO gave report of monthly activity.  Discussion ensued as to pending town meeting issues.  Town meeting was adjourned to Tuesday, March 20th at 7PM.

Correspondence was read concerning tiny homes and taxation issues.

The  board subcommittee made some headway as to the definitions sections of state and local mobile home park ordinances and members chose sections to individually focus on.  CEO took enforcement and permitting sections to outline. 

Meeting adjourned at 7PM.  The next meeting is Weds. April 4th at 6PM.  The public is encouraged to attend.

PLANNING BOARD MEETING

APPROVED MINUTES - 3/14/2018

February 21, 2018

Present:  Mary Thompson, Robert Prince, Keith Newman, Tanya Rucosky, and Code Enforcement Officer (CEO) Judy Rolfe.

Absent (excused):  Peter Anderson

The meeting was called to order at 6:00PM by Chairperson Mary Thompson.

 

The minutes from the December 6, 2017 meeting were read and approved after a correction was made on page2.

(There were no minutes from the January meeting as that meeting was cancelled due to failure to reach a quorum.)

 

1.        Building application submitted by Tim Hanning, (represented by his brother Larry Hanning), to construct a primitive hunting camp on a 20 acre lot off of Big Ridge Road, Map 15, Lot 44-1.  Structure to be 28 X 28 ft. on cement slab.  No electric, no plumbing, no septic.  CEO has inspected and approved project.  CEO fee of $35 paid.  It was moved, seconded, and unanimously approved to issue Permit #1-18.  Permit fee, CEO slab inspection, and final inspection fees totaling $125 paid at time of permit issuance. 

 

2.        Timothy and Mary Thompson, 434 Cape Split Road, making application to replace an existing  16 X 18ft deck with a 12 x 14ft deck attached to main dwelling.  CEO has inspected and approved location in shore land zone.  Mary Thompson recused herself during consideration of the application.  It was moved, seconded, and approved (3/0) that permit #2-18 be issued subject to no conditions.  Balance of $135 in fees was paid. 

 

          Old Business:

 

a)      Mary Thompson thanked the Planning Board members for their work on researching Mobile Home Ordinances existing within other nearby townships.

           New Business:

a)      Board members voted to move the date for the July meeting from Wednesday July 4th to Wednesday July  11th.

b)      A special meeting of the Board will be held on February 27th at 6:00PM to investigate potential alterations to the Town’s mobile home ordinance.

 

CEO Report:  Judy Rolfe presented her report for the month.

 

Selectman chairperson, Tim Thompson, gave the Board a report on some of the legal and financial issues facing the town, to include the town changing its legal representative.

 

The meeting was adjourned at 7:00 PM.

PLANNING BOARD MEETING

MINUTES

February 7, 2018

The regularly scheduled Planning Board meeting for February 7, 2018 was postponed until February 21, 2018 by Chairperson Mary Thompson due to inclement weather.

PLANNING BOARD MEETING

MINUTES

January 3, 2018

The January 2018 meeting of the Planning Board was cancelled by Chairperson Mary Thompson due to failure to reach a quorum.

 

PLANNING BOARD MEETING

APPROVED MINUTES - 2/21/18

December 6, 2017

Present:  Mary Thompson, Peter Anderson, Robert Prince, Tanya Rucosky, and Code Enforcement Officer (CEO) Judy Rolfe.

Absent (excused):  Keith Newman

The meeting was called to order at 6:00PM by Chairperson Mary Thompson.

The minutes from the November 1, 2017 meeting were read and approved.

 

    1.  Building application submitted by Ashley Crowley to install a 14 x 70 ft., 2 bedroom mobile home on a gravel base which is already in place.  The property is located at 346B Ridge Road (Map 4, Lot 24) and is owned by Bertram Merchant who resides at 378 Ridge Road and whose is incumbent with the applicants.  This property currently has 2-1 bedroom homes attached to one another (a duplex) and a 1 bedroom mobile home.  The duplex and mobile home are on one septic system and there is a second septic system to which the applicant is attached.  Driveway and well are in place.  Permit #21-2017 was issued to Ashley Crowley on the condition that no further development may occur without adherence to State and Local mobile home park regulations, and to notate same on Mr. Merchant’s property card in the Addison Land Records.  An application and CEO fee of $85 was collected.

 

2.        Old Business:

 

a)      Training on Nov. 2nd.  MMA sent guidelines to continue moratorium against the sale of marijuana until the State can come up with recommendations.

b)      Addison needs to update its mobile home ordinance.  The last one was done in 1980.  To that end, Mary Thompson asked that Planning Board members do some research on similar ordinances in place around the State to get a feel for what we might incorporate into our own ordinance.  This needs to be done by January 19th so that the Selectmen can review said recommendations prior to the annual town meeting.

 

3.       New Business:

 

a)      Board members can contact MMA independently to see if planning boards should be involved in the marijuana question.

b)      A question was raised as to whether or not the Planning Board feels a need to change the time it meets.  It was unanimously decided to leave the meeting on the first Wednesday of the month at 6:00PM.

CEO Report: Judy Rolfe presented her CEO report for the month.

The meeting was adjourned at 7:09PM.

 

PLANNING BOARD MEETING

APPROVED MINUTES - 11/1/17

October 4, 2017 

Present: Mary Thompson (Chairperson}, Peter Anderson (Vice Chairperson and Secretary pro-tem) Tanya Rucosky, Keith Newman  and Code Enforcement Officer Judy Rolfe.

Absent: Robert Prince

The meeting was called to order at 6:00p.m. by the Chair, Mary Thompson. Peter Anderson was voted secretary pro-tem for this meeting in the absence of the secretary, Robert Prince.

The minutes of the September 6, 2017 meeting were read and approved.

1.     Daniel Colby representing Joyce and Gwen Blackall - 88 Carver Lane, Map, lot 39 seek to build two duel story decks on a garage, 16x13  and house 14x38. CEO has inspected and approved.  It was unanimously approved that permit#15-2017 be issued.

2.     Michelle and Randy Norton and owner Deborah Read -174 Wescogus Road seek to locate a 14 x 65 foot mobile home on a gravel pad.  CEO has inspected and approved the project. It was unanimously approved that permit #16-2017 be issued.  The fee of $85 was paid.

 3.  Arthur J. Taylor and Mona Taylor- 776 Eastside Road, Map 16, Lot 16-2 seek to erect a 16x24 storage building on cement blocks. CEO has inspected and approved the project. It was unanimously approved that permit #17-2017 be issued. The fee of $85 fee was paid.

4. Mark Ryder- 88 Bay Drive, Map 18, lot 44 seeks to locate a pre-built storage shed on cement blocks.  The CEO has inspected and approved the project. It was unanimously approved  that permit  #18-2017 be issued subject to payment of the fee of $135.00.

 5. Bertram Merchant- 378 Ridge Road, Map 4, lot 24-1seeks to locate a 8x42 foot storage building (formerly a box trailer) on a gravel pad. The CEO has inspected and approved the project.  It was unanimously approved  that permit #19-2017 be issued subject to payment of $85 fee and final inspection. The board noted that the registration fee paid on the former box trailer is not refundable.

 The CEO made her report noting that it was a busy month. She is doing contractor education. She also has noted that constructions on Basin Road and Wescogus Road are being done without permit. The Board did not suggest any action that could be taken in these cases.

The chair reminded the board of the class on November 2 and a workshop concerning marijuana sponsored by the Maine Municipal Association on November 15, 2017 in Augusta. 

Adjourned at 7:25 p.m.

PLANNING BOARD MEETING

APPROVED MINUTES - 10/4/17

 September 6, 2017

 Present: Mary Thompson (chairperson pro-tem), Robert Prince (secretary pro­ tem), Peter Anderson, Tanya Rucosky and Code Enforcement Officer (CEO) Judy Rolfe.

 Absent:  Keith Newman

 The meeting was called to order at 6:00pm.

Mary Thompson was voted to act as chairperson pro-tem for this meeting and Robert Prince was voted to act as secretary pro-tem for this meeting.

 The minutes of the August 2, 2017 meeting were read and approved.

 1. Kenneth & Jean Crockett- 22 Seaside Drive, Map 28, Lot 22-1, seek to erect a 26 x 40ft.  1 ½  story, 2 bed room, 1 bath dwelling on concrete slab.    In addition, the applicants wish to erect a 10 x 16ft. shed, a 12 x 24ft. deck affixed to the house and an 8 x 16ft. "floating deck" to serve as a foot path. CEO has inspected and approved the project. It was unanimously approved that permit #14-2017 be issued pending the payment of $100 building permit fee (shore land zone), and two additional $35 CEO inspection fees. Applicant paid $170 by check this evening.

2. Mary Thompson notified Board of a Permit by Rule correspondence from DEP to install a walkway at the end of Marsh Harbor Rd to allow the hand-carry of boats to the water.

3.  Election of term-limited officers to serve until the end of their respective terms being one year (until Sept. 2018, according to Planning Board ordinance) : Mary Thompson was nominated, seconded and unanimously approved to serve as Board Chairperson. Peter Anderson was nominated, seconded and unanimously approved to serve as Board Vice-Chairperson.  Robert Prince was nominated, seconded and unanimously approved to serve as Recording Secretary.

4. CEO Report: Judy issued permit for Kennedy/Berkey to install a new septic system and they have 20 days to comply with submitting a septic plan before further action is taken.  Steven Emerson has not as yet started to fix their septic and, as of today, has not picked up their permit.

5. Old Business:  The new building permit application which the Board revised has been reviewed by John Woodward and approved by the Selectmen.  It is now in use.

6.  New Business: Mary urged that all Planning Board members sign up for the MMA's upcoming training at the Lucerne Inn on November 2nd.  Members need to let John Woodward know of their desire to attend.  The registration fee is paid by the town.

 A discussion ensued about the issue of houses or trailers located on another person's property  being taxed under separate ownership.  The land owner is taxed for his/her land  and the other party is taxed for improvements.  It was agreed that, while not an ideal situation, this is an issue that needs to be addressed by the Selectmen and the Office of the Tax Assessor.

Rob Prince will forward a letter to the Office of the Tax Assessor requesting an up-dated set of tax maps. Last  maps were updated in 2011.

 The meeting was adjourned at 6:50pm

Planning Board Meeting

APPROVED MINUTES  - 9/6/17

aUGUST 2, 2017

Present: Mary Thompson (chairperson pro-tem), Robert Prince (secretary pro­ tem), Peter Anderson, Tanya Rucosky and Code Enforcement Officer (CEO) Judy Rolfe.  Absent:  Keith Newman

The meeting was called to order at 6:00pm.

The minutes of the July 12, 2017 meeting were read and approved.  The Board welcomed new member Peter Anderson.

The Board voted to postpone electing permanent officers until such time that aU current Board members were in attendance.  Therefore the Board voted that Mary Thompson continue in the capacity of chairperson pro-tem and Robert Prince continue as recording secretary pro-tem.

1.  Bertram Merchant - 378 Ridge Road, Map 04, Lot 24-1, seeks to erect a 10 x24ft. deck and install a 10 x 55 ft. storage unit (trailer on wheels).  Both structures are already in place and Mr. Merchant is seeking approval after-the-fact.  The application was shelved from July's meeting as Mr. Bertram did not have a clear deed to the property on which the structures are located.  CEO has inspected and approved the site.  The Board unanimously approved the issuance of permit 11-2017.  Mr. Merchant has previously paid a $100 late filing fee but still owes a $50 permit application fee and 2-$35 CEO fees, which he paid this evening.

2.  Spencer Beal - 460 East Side Road, Map10, Lot 34-1, seeks to erect a 60 x40 ft. outbuilding (boat shop), 26ft high, no plumbing, on a concrete slab.  CEO has inspected and approved the site.  First CEO fee of $35 has been paid.  The Board unanimously approved the issuance ofpennit 12-2017.  Mr. Beal owed the $50 application fee and 2-$35 CEO fees which he paid this evening by check.

 3. James Coles  -41 Wescogus Road, Map 7, Lot 60, seeks to erect a 10 x 20 ft. greenhouse on a dirt substrate.  CEO has inspected and approved the site.  Mr. Coles has paid the $35 initial CEO fee. He still owes the $50 building permit fee and the $35 final CEO inspection fee. The Board unanimously voted to issue permit 13-2017, contingent upon paying the outstanding $85 fees.

4.  CEO reported that Steven Emerson is getting a new septic installed.  She is still waiting on the Kennedy property to submit a new septic plan for their failed system.

Judy Rolfe reported that there will be a class offered at the fire station in November for contractors doing work in the shoreland zone.  Contractors must be certified by the State to do work in the shoreland zone and DEP must provide the training.  Erosion control must be in place before work commences.  Judy has issued some permits without certification but has warned contractors if she witnessed any violations, she would put a "stop work" order on the project.

5. Board discussed the draft of the new Building Permit application, going page-by-page offering modifications/corrections .   The edited version will be submitted to John Woodward for review and approval.

 The meeting was adjourned at 7:15 pm

Planning Board Meeting

Approved Minutes - 8/2/17

July 12, 2017

Present: Mary Thompson (chairperson pro-tem), Robert Prince (secretary pro­ tem), Keith Newman, Tanya Rucosky and Code Enforcement Officer (CEO) Judy Rolfe.  Also present was nominated, but not yet approved, new Board member Peter Anderson.

 The meeting was called to order at 6:00pm.

The minutes of the June 7, 2017 meeting were read and approved.

 

The board welcomed new member Tanya Rucosky and aspiring new member

Peter Anderson was introduced.  Peter was given the process for seeking approval by the Board of Selectmen by Mary Thompson.

 

1. James Alley, 1205 Windward Way, Map 18, Lot 97, seeks to add a 10 x 18 ft., 2 story addition to an existing "camp."  This addition will be constructed on wooden posts.  Also to be constructed is a 26 x 28ft., attached 1- story garage on a concrete slab. The property is just outside the shoreland1and zone as determined by the CEO. CEO has inspected and approved for all set-back requirements.   A$35 initial fee has been paid and the applicant will owe 2-$35 fees for concrete pour and the $50 permit application fee.  Applicant paid $120 total fees by check and permit no. 8-2017 was issued.

2.  Kathryn Ryner, 725    Water Street, Map 1, Lot 38, seeks to add a 1Ox12ft. lean-to style mud room on current house.  It will be single story with a partial concrete pour.  CEO has inspected and OK'd the project. Initial $35 fee paid.  It was moved, seconded and unanimously approved that permit #9-2017 be issued subject to payment of the $50 permit fee and two $35 concrete inspection fees. Applicant indicates she will pay the fees and pick up the permit this Friday (7/14/2017).

 3. Bertram Merchant seeks to install a mobile home at 378 Ridge Road, map 4, Lot 24-1.  Applicant does not have a clear deed to this parcel so the application was tabled until such time that applicant can obtain the deed.

4. James Cole, 41 Wescogus Road seeks to erect a 28xl2ft single-story garage on "skids" at 45 Wescogus Road, Map 7, Lot 61. No plumbing and no concrete pour.  CEO inspected and approved.  It was moved, seconded and unanimously approved that permit #10-2017 be issued subject to payment of $50 permit fee and $35 final CEO inspection fee.

5. CEO report regarding failed septic at Causeway Beach-Cape Split.  Judy met with the Kennedy's and site evaluator to discuss options.  There seems to be another failed system on Crowley Island with a septic tank that has never been pumped. DMR will be back next month to check and see if water quality has improved.

 Meeting adjourned at 7:10PM

Planning Board Meeting

Approved Minutes  - 7/12/17

June 7, 2017

Present:  Mary Thompson (Chairman pro-tem), Robert Prince (secretary pro-tem),Keith Newman, and Code Enforcement Officer (CEO) Judy Rolfe.  Also present was nominated, but not yet approved, new Board member Tanya Rucosky.

 The meeting was called to order at 6:00pm.

The minutes of the May 3, 2017 meeting were read and approved.

In light of the resignation of Board members Donna Kausen, Roger Clapp and Bonnie Look Thompson, Keith Newman was moved to voting status in order to achieve a quorum so that the Board could conduct business.

 1.  Patrick & Margaret Reidy, Cape Split Road & Seaside Drive, Map 28, Lot 22- lA, 2.1 acres.  Lot is situated in the shoreland/critical zone.  To construct a 2 bed room, single story house on concrete slab, 43 x 36.6 ft. and a 2 car garage, 21 x 21.6 ft. also on concrete slab.  First CEO fee of $35 already paid. It was moved, seconded and unanimously approved to issue permit #7-2017 subject to payment of $100 shoreland/critical zone fee, two $35 CEO fees for concrete slab inspection and final inspection.  Also, owners are to procure a 911 number in the event of emergency.
 2.  CEO, Judy Rolfe gave a report regarding the DEP violation of Alex Thompson for clearing all of his lot in the critical zone in Cape Split. This despite the suggestion by Board member Keith Newman, at the May meeting, that Mr. Thompson not proceed with further clearing until such time as a resolution could be achieved.
 3.  The Board discussed the resignations of Donna Kausen, Roger Clapp and Bonnie Look Thompson. No specifics were given as there were no letters of resignation as yet received by the Selectmen.
 4. A discussion ensued regarding the fact that the town comprehensive plan is a couple of years past due for update.  Safety, health & welfare ordinance needs to be reviewed.  The shoreland zoning ordinance must be updated as of 2015.  The ordinance we currently have dates back to 2007.  We need to adopt the 2015 State version.  We need to take out "timber harvesting" completely from the comprehensive planning and ordinances.
5. Board briefly discussed what to do with the "hotel" across the road owned by a Mr. Kelsey. No resolution was forthcoming.
6. Mary Thompson and Robert Prince both have obligations on the date of the regularly scheduled meeting for July thus leaving the Board without a quorum and unable to conduct business.
It was suggested that the meeting be moved forward to the second Wednesday (July 12th) and that this change be posted on the town website and at the town hall.

 The meeting was adjourned 7:08 pm.

Planning Board MEETING

 Minutes

May 3, 2017

Present:  Donna Kausen, Roger Clapp, Mary Thompson, Robert Prince, Keith Newman, Bonnie Look Thompson and Code Enforcement Officer (CEO) Judy Rolfe.

The meeting was called to order at 6 pm.

 The minutes of April 5, 2017, were read and approved as read.      

1.   Steven Emerson, 740 East Side Rd, Map 13, Lot 30-A1, one acre, proposes to remove an existing 10’x60’ mobile home and replace it with a14’x,70’, 3 bedroom mobile home. A second mobile home now on the lot will also be removed. The existing septic system is 20’ from the well, and must be replaced with one that meets code requirements. First CEO fee of $35 already paid, second CEO fee of $35 and building permit fee of $50 paid tonight. Moved and seconded and unanimously approved to issue Permit #5-2017 subject to the following conditions: the 14’x70’ mobile home shall not be occupied or used until (a) the two existing mobile homes are removed from the lot, (b) the new septic system is approved in writing by the Addison plumbing inspector and installed and operational, (c) the manufactured home tax certificate, showing taxes paid, is submitted to the Planning Board, and (d) the Addison CEO inspects and approves that the site location complies with setback requirements.

2.   Mary Thompson recused herself.
3.   Keith Newman moved to voting status.
4.   Alexander Thompson, 51 West McMann Road.  Alex has no permit application pending before the Planning Board. He was invited to attend the meeting tonight to discuss the low-tide cradle he uses for his boat, next to his wharf, which is located on Map 28, Lot 32. A question has also been raised as to whether there is a coverage issue on Lot 32. Alex expects to receive a NRPA permit from the Maine Department of Environmental Protection (MDEP) for the expansion of his wharf. Alex has not submitted a permit application to the Planning Board. The CEO is going to document her visits to this site and all sites with photos.
5.   Mary Thompson returned to voting status.
6.   Robert Prince recused himself.
7.   Mark Ryder, 35 Bay Dr., Map 18, Lot 44, 8 acres, proposes to build an 18’x24’ addition to his existing home, on a foundation, with a daylight basement and a fireplace. The CEO has inspected and approved that the site location complies with setback requirements. First CEO fee of $35 already paid. Moved and seconded and unanimously approved, subject to payment of $70 in CEO fees and $100 building permit fee, to issue Permit # 6-2017.
8.   Robert Prince returned to voting status.
9.   Keith Newman returned to alternate, non-voting status.

The meeting was adjourned at 7:30 pm.
 

Planning Board Meeting

Minutes

April 5, 2017

Present:  Donna Kausen, Roger Clapp, Mary Thompson, Robert Prince, Keith Newman, and Code Enforcement Officer (CEO) Betsy Fitzgerald.

Absent: Bonnie Look Thompson.

The meeting was called to order at 6 pm.

1. Keith Newman was moved to voting status.
2. The minutes of March 1, 2017, were read and approved as read.
3. Terry Grant, 24 Church Hill Lane, Map 1, Lot 18, approximately 2.5 acres. Proposed to build a 14’ x 44’ outbuilding on blocks. First CEO fee of $35 already paid. $85 in CEO and building permit fees paid tonight. Moved and seconded and unanimously approved, subject to no conditions, to issue Permit #1 – 2017.
4. Paul Powers, represented by Stephen Oliver, 90 Quarry Road, Map 21, Lot 6, approximately 3.8 acres. Proposed to build a 32’ x 28’ garage on concrete slab. All fees having been paid, it was moved, seconded and unanimously approved, subject to no conditions, to issue Permit #2 – 2017.
5. Howard Lawler, 1298 Indian River Road, Map 12, Lot 59-2, approximately 15.7 acres. Proposed to place a 14’ x 66’ manufactured home on existing concrete pad. First CEO fee of $35 already paid. $85 in CEO and building permit fees paid tonight. Moved and seconded and unanimously approved, subject to no conditions, to issue Permit #3 – 2017.
6. Erwin Zimmermann for BC34C LLC, 330 West Side Road, Map 10, Lot 13, approximately 3 acres. Proposed to build a 12’ x 24’ barn with loft on concrete blocks. First CEO fee of $35 already paid. $85 in CEO and building permit fees paid tonight. Moved and seconded and unanimously approved, subject to CEO inspection and approval that the location complies with setback requirements, to issue Permit #4 – 2017.
7.  After discussion, the Board unanimously adopted a motion approving the following policy: Effective May 1, 2017, for an application to be considered by the Planning Board, beginning with the Board’s June 7, 2017 meeting, it must be received in town hall by the 20th of the prior month. The Planning Board then unanimously approved a motion to create a subcommittee of two members of the Planning Board to review applications after the 20th of the month and advise the applicant and the Board if there is missing information and that the applicant should contact the CEO to inspect the proposed location before the next Planning Board meeting. Mary Thompson and Keith Newman volunteered to serve on the subcommittee.
8. The Planning Board received information about a pending NRPA permit application for a project which may come before the Planning Board in the future.

9. The meeting was adjourned at 7:42 pm.   

planning Board meeting

Minutes

March 1, 2017

Present:  Donna Kausen, Roger Clapp, Mary Thompson, Bonnie Look Thompson, Robert Prince

Absent:  Keith Newman

The meeting was called to order at 6 pm.

1.    The minutes of February 1, 2017, were read and approved as read.

2.   There were no new permit applications.

3.   The meeting was adjourned at 6:32 pm.
 

Planning Board Meeting

Minutes

February 1, 2017

Present:  Donna Kausen, Roger Clapp, Mary Thompson, Keith Newman, Bonnie Look Thompson; First Selectman Tim Thompson.

Absent: Robert Prince.

The meeting was called to order at 6 pm.

1. The minutes of January 4, 2017, were read and approved as read.
2. It was moved, seconded, and unanimously approved to move Keith Newman from alternate to voting status.
3. The Planning Board’s annual report for 2016 (attached) for inclusion in the town’s Annual Report was read and unanimously accepted as read.
4. It was moved and seconded with four votes in favor to recommend that the Selectmen put an article in the 2017 town warrant to see if the town will vote to adopt the updated Floodplain Management Ordinance which approves the new Federal Emergency Management  Agency’s Flood Insurance Rate Maps. There was one abstention.
5. It was moved, seconded, and unanimously approved to recommend that the Selectmen put an article in the 2017 town warrant to see if the town will vote to adopt a “moratorium ordinance on retail marijuana establishments and retail marijuana stores and retail marijuana social clubs”.
6. The Board discussed the possibility of requiring permit applications be submitted to the town office some time prior to Planning Board meetings.  No action was taken.
7. There were no permit applications.
8.  The meeting was adjourned at 7 pm.

Planning Board Meeting

Minutes

January 4, 2017

Present:  Donna Kausen, Roger Clapp, Mary Thompson, Robert Prince, Bonnie Look Thompson, proposed alternate Keith Newman

No absences.

The meeting was called to order at 6 pm.

1.    The minutes of December 7, 2016, were read and approved as read.
2.   There were no applications or applicants, so it was moved, seconded, and unanimously approved to adjourn at 6:12 pm.

Planning Board Meeting

Minutes

December  7, 2016 

Present:  Roger Clapp, Mary Thompson, Robert Prince, Bonnie Look Thompson, proposed  alternate  Keith Newman, Code Enforcement Officer  (CEO) Betsy Fitzgerald

Absent:   Donna Kausen

The meeting  was called to order at 6 pm.

1.   The minutes  of November  2, 2016, were read and approved  as read.
2.  Kevin Lovejoy, 413 Mooseneck Rd., Map 2, Lot 23-A, 39,000  sq. ft. Proposed 60' x 80' processing and storage building on a concrete  slab.  The CEO has inspected  and approved  that the location  complies  with setback requirements. First CEO fee of $35 already paid. Second and third  CEO fees totaling $70 and Shoreland Zone (SLZ) building permit  fee of $1 00 paid tonight. Moved and seconded and unanimously approved,  subject to no conditions, to issue Permit #29-2016.
 3.  Angie Lawson, 395 Mooseneck Rd., attended  in response to an ordinance violation issued by the CEO. Ms. Lawson has an unpermitted 8' x 12' storage building on her property that is closer than 75' from  shore.  On October 5, 2016, the Planning Board determined  that a smaller,  temporary structure  did not require  a permit, but the Planning Board did not know that the structure  would be placed closer than 75 feet from the high water line.  Ms. Lawson was asked to move the existing structure so that it complies  with  setback requirements and to apply for a permit  at the next Planning Board meeting.
4.  Clifford and Nina johnson, 1000 Indian River Rd., Map 12, Lot 38, 22 acres. Proposed 28' x 28' addition with loft  to existing structure, adding  a new bedroom  and bathroom, on a concrete slab, an 8' x 14' deck, and a 25' x 30' steel storage building. First CEO fee of $35 already paid. Moved and seconded and unanimously approved,  subject to payment of $120 in CEO and building permit  fees, and subject to CEO inspection  and approval that the location complies  with setback requirements, and that the septic system has sufficient capacity, to issue Permit# 30-2016.
5.  Mark Ryder, 35 Bay Dr., Map 18, Lot 44, 8.2 acres.  Proposed 16' x 28' garage and storage building with connecting  deck. Due to an incomplete application and the applicant's absence, it was moved, seconded, and unanimously approved  to table this application.
6.  The Board unanimously approved proposing Keith Newman to the Selectmen as an alternate  Board member.
7.  The meeting  was adjourned at 7 pm.

Planning Board Meeting

Minutes

November 2, 2016

Present:  Donna Kausen, Roger Clapp, Mary Thompson,  Bonnie Look Thompson, Robert Prince

The meeting  was called to order at 6 pm.

1.  The minutes  of October  5, 2016,  were read and approved  as read.
2.  Shawn Dowling, 140  School St., Map 4, Lot 67-1, 3.9 acres.  Proposed 24'x40' one-story garage on a concrete  slab. Moved and seconded and unanimously approved,  subject to Code Enforcement  Officer  (CEO) inspection and approval  that the project  complies  with  setback requirements, and subject to payment  of three CEO fees totaling $105 and building permit  fee of $50,  to issue Permit# 27-2016.
3. Joseph and Jamie Bradley, 1267  Indian  River Rd., Map 15,  Lot 4, 1.5 acres. Proposed 14'x70' mobile  home, an 8'xl  0' shed, and an 8'x12' shed. The first  CEO fee of $35 already paid. Second CEO fee of $35  and building permit  fee of $50 paid tonight. The CEO has inspected  and approved  that the project  complies  with  setback requirements. Moved and seconded and unanimously approved,  subject to no conditions, to issue Permit# 28-2016.
4. The meeting  was adjourned at 6:2 5  pm.

Planning Board Meeting

Minutes

October 5, 2016

Present:  Donna Kausen, Roger Clapp, Mary Thompson, Bonnie Look Thompson, Robert Prince, proposed alternate Keith Newman, and Addison Selectmen Tim Thompson, David Ingersoll, and Tom Batson

The meeting was called to order at 6 pm

1.    The minutes of September 7, 2016, were read and approved as read.

2.   Steven Emerson, 740 East Side Rd., Map 13, Lot 30-A1, 1 acre. Proposed 8’x16’ storage shed.  First Code Enforcement Officer (CEO) fee of $35 already paid.  Moved and seconded and unanimously approved, subject to CEO inspection and approval that the location of the project complies with setback requirements and will not be on the septic system, and subject to payment of second CEO fee of $35 and building permit fee of $50, to issue Permit # 25-2016.

3.   Gavin Watson, represented by Kevin Shaw, 29 Wohoa Bay Rd., Map 23, Lot 8-6, 6 acres.  Proposed change of use to existing garage by adding an 8’x30’ deck to the second floor with stairs to the ground, and converting the attic above the garage to a living space with a kitchen, one bedroom, and a bath, all on a septic and well that is separate from the existing house. First and second CEO fees totaling $70 and a Shoreland Zone (SLZ) building permit fee of $100 paid tonight. Moved and seconded and unanimously approved, subject to CEO inspection and approval that the project complies with setback requirements, to issue Permit #26-2016.

4.   Angie Lawson, 395 Mooseneck Rd,  Proposed 8’x10’ temporary storage shed. Moved and seconded and unanimously approved that this project, which is located in the SLZ, does not require a building permit, provided it is removed by June 1, 2017.

5.   Addison Selectmen discussed with the Board their concerns about the town’s Mobile Home Ordinance. They are considering amendments to the ordinance.

6.   The meeting was adjourned at 7:22 pm.

Planning Board Meeting

Minutes

September 7, 2016

Present:  Donna Kausen, Roger Clapp, Bonnie Look Thompson, Robert Prince, Code Enforcement Officer (CEO) Betsy Fitzgerald

Absent:  Mary Thompson

The meeting was called to order at 6 pm.

1.    The minutes of August 3, 2016, were read and approved as read, three in favor, one abstention.

2.   Marcus Norton, 147 Wescogus Rd, Map 8, Lot 22, 3.7 acres. Proposed 32’x36’ garage on a concrete slab attached to existing garage. The CEO has inspected and approved that the location of the project complies with setback requirements. First CEO fee of $35 already paid. Moved and seconded and unanimously approved, subject to payment of $70 in CEO fees and $50 building permit fee, to issue Permit # 23-2016.

3.   Cornelia Greaves-Bates, represented by Glen Garnett, Marsh Island Lane, Map 23, Lot 29, 9 acres.  Proposed 20’x28’ , 2 bedroom, 25’ high cottage, with an 8’x20’ deck, on a concrete slab and frost wall. The CEO has inspected and approved that the location of the project complies with setback requirements. First CEO fee of $35 already paid. Moved and seconded and unanimously approved, subject to payment of $70 in CEO fees and $100 Shoreland Zone (SLZ) building permit fee, to issue Permit #24-2016.

4.   The meeting was adjourned at 6:18 pm.

Planning Board Meeting

  Minutes

August 3, 2016

Present:  Donna Kausen, Mary Thompson, Bonnie Look Thompson, Rob Prince 

Absent:   Roger Clapp

The meeting was called to order  at 6 pm.

1.  The minutes of July 6, 2016, were read and approved as read.
2.   Alexander Thompson, 51 West McMann Rd, Map 7, Lot 35, 52.8 acres. Proposed   12'xl4' entry   to   home   with   concrete   frost   walls   and   an unattached   12'x16' shed.   First Code Enforcement Officer (CEO) fee of $35   already   paid.   Moved  and   seconded   and   unanimously  approved, subject  to payment  of  $70 in CEO fees and $50 building permit  fee, and subject  to  CEO inspection and  approval   that  the  project  complies   with setback requirements, to issue Permit# 22-2016.
3. The meeting was adjourned at 6:12 pm.

Planning Board Meeting

  Minutes

July 6, 2016 

Present:  Donna Kausen, Roger Clapp, Mary Thompson, Bonnie Look Thompson, Robert Prince, Code Enforcement Officer (CEO) Betsy Fitzgerald.

 The meeting was called to order at 6 pm.

 1.  The minutes of June  l, 2016, were read and approved as read.  Donna Kausen and Roger Clapp recused themselves for the first application.

 2.  John D. and Diane M. Myles, John White Island, Map 19, Lot 9, 5-6  acres. Proposed installing an 8'x90' aluminum pedestrian and light vehicle bridge from the mainland to John White Island. The Maine Department of Environmental Protection (MDEP) has approved, the United States Coast Guard (USCG) has waived a permit, and Addison's CEO has inspected and approved that the location is satisfactory provided it is approved by MDEP. Three CEO fees of $1 OS  and a Shoreland Zone (SLZ) building permit fee of $1 00 paid tonight. Moved and seconded and unanimously   approved, subject to no conditions, to issue Permit# 18-2016.  Approved, subject to no conditions, to issue Permit# 18-2016.

 Donna Kausen and Roger Clapp returned to voting status. 

3.  Tony Graham, 28 Basin Rd., Map 3, Lot 16, 1 acre.  Proposed a 28'x32' one-story garage on a concrete slab. The CEO has inspected and approved that the location complies with setback requirements.  First CEO fee of $35 previously paid. Second and third CEO fees of $70 andbuilding  permit fee of $50 paid tonight.  Moved and seconded and unanimously approved, subject to no conditions, to issue Permit# 19-2016.

  4.     Elizabeth Bright, 394 East Side Rd., Map 10, Lot 38, 8,500 sq. ft. Proposed locating a mobile home of unknown dimensions  on land owned by Manaford Durkee. Because of numerous questions as to whether the mobile home park where applicant wishes to locate is in compliance with Addison's Mobile Home Park Ordinance, a motion to table was made, seconded, and unanimously  approved.

Later in the meeting Manaford Durkee appeared before the Board to answer questions  about Elizabeth Bright's  application. He proposed dividing the existing  lot into two lots owned by different  owners so that Addison's  Mobile Home Park Ordinance would not apply. First CEO fee of $35 already paid. Moved and seconded and unanimously approved, subject to payment of $35 CEO fee, and $50 building permit  fee, and subject also to division  of Lot 38 into two separate ownerships,  and subject to the CEO's verification that this division  has taken place, to issue Permit #21-2016. Note: This permit  will be for Lot 38-A;  Lot 38 will be the lot on which Pepper Beal's mobile  home is located.

  5. Brent Redimarker,  862 East Side Rd., Map 16, Lot 12, 2.75 acres. Proposed a 28'x32' one-story garage on a concrete slab. The CEO has inspected and approved  that the location  complies  with setback requirements. First CEO fee of $35 already paid. Moved and seconded and unanimously approved, subject to payment of CEO fees of $70 and building permit  fee of·$ 50, to issue Permit# 20-2016.

 6. Stephen H. Broyhill, Lower Birch Island, Map 19, Lot 2, 4.4 acres, request extension  of Permit #9-201 5. Moved and seconded and unanimously approved  to deny extension  solely because the permit  expired July 1, 2016.

 7. Addison's  Selectmen Tim Thompson,  Tom Batson, and David Ingersoll, discussed with the Board the problem of foreclosing on unpaid taxes on mobile  homes where the land under the mobile  home is leased and not owned by the owner of the mobile home, Addison's  tax bills being sent for the land to the land owner and for the mobile  home to the mobile home owner. The problem is that by foreclosing, Addison both loses the taxes and has to pay for the removal of a usually worthless  mobile  home from the property. Roger Clapp volunteered  to draft an email for the Selectmen to send to Maine Municipal  Association (MMA) asking whether the land owner can be held responsible  for the real estate taxes on all dwellings  on his property.

8.  The meeting  was adjourned at 7:45 pm.

Planning Board Meeting

  Minutes

June  1, 2016

 Present:  Donna Kausen, Roger Clapp,  Mary Thompson, Bonnie Look Thompson, Robert Prince; Keith Newman as a potential alternate  member  of the Board.

 The meeting  was called to order  at 6:00 pm.

 1.  The minutes  of May 4, 2016, were read and approved  as read.
 2. Richard Alley, representing RC and Wyn Cyr, Outer Goose Island, Map 21, Lot 10, 2.7 acres. Requested a permit extension. Moved, seconded, and unanimously approved  to extend  Permit# 1 7-201 5 until June 1, 201 7.
3.  Michael E. Emerson II, 1424 Indian River Rd., Map 3, Lot 42, 1 5,000  sq. ft.
Proposed replacing  existing barn with  a 28'x32' garage on a concrete slab and a 1 2'x  24' roof  over existing deck. The Code Enforcement Officer (CEO) has inspected  and approved  that the location  complies  with  setback requirements. First CEO fee of $35 already paid, second and third CEO fees of $70 and building permit fee of $50 paid tonight. Moved and seconded and unanimously approved, subject  to no conditions, to issue Permit# 1 5-2016.
4.  Timothy Henning  representing Marie Zukoff, 52 Harbor Hill Ln., Map 19, Lot 67, 1.7 acres. Proposed 24'x26' two bay garage, single story, on a concrete  slab.  The CEO has inspected  and approved  that the location complies  with  setback requirements. First CEO fee already paid. Second and third CEO fees of $70 and Shoreland Zone (SLZ) building permit  fee of $100 paid tonight. Moved and seconded and unanimously approved, subject  to no conditions, to issue Permit# 16-2016.
5. William Moore, 120 Wescogus Rd., Map 4, Lot 78, 37 acres. Proposed a 24'x24' lean-to on the south side of existing garage. The CEO has inspected  and approved  that the location  complies  with  setback requirememnts. First CEO fee of $35 already paid. Moved and seconded and unanimously approved, subject  to payment  of second CEO fee of $35 and building permit  fee of $50, to issue Permit# 1 7-2016.
6.  The meeting  was adjourned at 6:25  pm.

Planning Board Meeting

 Minutes

May 4, 2016

 Present:  Donna Kausen, Roger Clapp, Mary Thompson, Robert Prince. Absent: Bonnie Look Thompson

 The meeting was called to order at 6 pm.

1.   Not having received any request from Alexis Hatt to reconvene the Planning Board's  meeting of April 6, and she having indicated she is withdrawing her application, a motion was adopted to adjourn the Planning Board's  continued and unadjourned meeting of April 6, 2016.
2.  The minutes of April 6, 2016, were read and approved as read.

3.  James Coles,41 Wescogus Road Map 7, Lot 60, approximately one-half acre. Proposed 8'x50' shed, 13' high, no concrete. CEO fee of$35 already paid. Moved and seconded and unanimously approved, subject to CEO inspection and approval that the location complies with setback requirements and subject to payment of $85 in final CEO and building permit fee, to issue Permit # 11-2016.
 4.   Joyce and Joren Fishbach, 220 Basin Road, Map 15, Lot 22, approximately 7 acres. Proposed 20'x 20' outbuilding for a studio, no concrete. All fees having been paid and the CEO having inspected and approved that the location complies with setback requirements, it was moved and seconded and unanimously approved to issue permit #12-2016 subject to no conditions.
5.   Bobbi Sue Gray, 34 Hell's Hill Road, Map 13, Lot 36, 53 acres. Proposed to locate a 12'x70' mobile home on an existing pad and attach two 6'x 16' decks. All fees having been paid and the CEO having inspected and approved that the location complies with setback requirements, it was moved and seconded and unanimously approved to issue permit #13-2016 subject to no conditions.
6.   Kyle Lamson, 1035 Basin Road, Map 17, Lot 18, approximately one acre. Proposed to locate a
70'x14' three-bedroom mobile home, no concrete. The CEO having inspected and approved that the location complies with setback requirements, but no fees having been paid, it was moved, seconded and unanimously approved to issue Permit# 14-2016 subject to payment of$120 in fees.
7.   Charles and Barbara Ganem, 1232 Basin Road, Map 15, Lot 11, approximately 40 acres.
Proposed 12'x24' storage shed on concrete slab. First CEO fee of$35 already paid and the CEO having inspected and approved that the location complies with setback requirements, the Planning Board confirmed that its issuance of Permit# 10-2016 on April 6, 2016, is still subject to payment of$120 in fees.
8.   John and Diane Myles, Map 19, Lot 9, approximately 5.75 acres. Proposed 8'x90' bridge from mainland to John White Island. Because Donna Kausen and Roger Clapp are recusing on this application and Bonnie Look Thompson was absent, action on this application was tabled for lack of a quorum.
9.
   CEO Betsy Fitzgerald reported that Gynger and Lester Drisko, Permit #3-2016,  have located their garage in a place which Betsy advises does not comply with setback requirements and told her they will not move it to the place she had approved. The Planning Board adopted a resolution recommending that the Addison Selectmen support the CEO in any enforcement action to the fullest extent they can agree to. 
10.  There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 7 pm.

Planning Board Meeting

 Minutes

April 6, 2016

Present:  Donna Kausen, Roger Clapp, Mary Thompson, Robert Prince, Bonnie Look Thompson

The meeting was called to order at 6 pm.

1.    The minutes of March 2, 2016, were read and approved as read.
2.   Donna Kausen recused from voting status.
3.    Alexis Hatt, Kent Rd. (no number yet), Map 23, Lot 8-14, 166,790 sq.ft. Proposed locating a 14’x80’ mobile home, an 11’x20’ porch, and an 8’x10’ deck.  The applicant is not certain if her lot is in the Sno-Drum sub-division, or subject to the Sno-Drum restrictive covenants which, among other things, require traditional housing having a minimum of 1,700 sq. ft.  Moved and seconded and unanimously approved to carry this application to a date when the applicant has the deed restrictions question answered.
4.   Donna Kausen returned to voting status.
5.   Gynger Drisko, 1319 Indian River Rd., Map 15, Lot 10-1, 5 acres.  Proposed 12’x20’ garage to replace existing building. First Code Enforcement Officer (CEO) fee of $35 already paid. Second CEO fee of $35 and building permit fee of $50 paid tonight. Moved and seconded and unanimously approved, subject to CEO inspection and approval that the location complies with setback requirements, to issue Permit # 3-2016.
6.   Penny Parsons, 13 Quarry Rd., Map 18, Lot 33, 2.5 acres. Proposed 12’x36’  two bedroom addition to existing two bedroom house, creating 4 bedrooms. The current septic system is for 2 bedrooms. First CEO fee of $35 already paid. Second CEO fee of $35 and building permit fee of $50 paid tonight. The CEO has inspected and approved that the location complies with setback requirements. Moved and seconded and unanimously approved, subject to the plumbing inspector’s approval that the septic design for this property is sufficient for 4 bedrooms and 1 bath, to issue permit # 4-2016.
7.   Dean R. Crowley, 169 Basin Rd., Map 18, Lot 2, 52 acres. Proposed 30’x36’ storage building on a concrete slab. First CEO fee of $35 already paid. Second and third CEO fees totaling $70 and building permit fee of $50 paid tonight. Moved and seconded and unanimously approved, subject to CEO inspection and approval that the location complies with setback requirements, to issue permit # 5-2016.
8.   Renee and Michael Gray, 1206 Indian River Rd., Map 12, Lot 50, .55 acres. Proposed 28’x64’ mobile home on a concrete slab. First two CEO fees of $70 and building permit fee of $50 already paid. Third CEO fee of $35 paid tonight. The CEO has inspected and approved that the location complies with setback requirements. Moved and seconded and unanimously approved, subject to no conditions, to issue Permit # 6-2016.
9.   Clayton R. Seavey, 102 East McMann Rd., Map 8, Lot 38, 5 acres. Proposed locating a 14’x72’ three bedroom mobile home. Moved and seconded and unanimously approved, subject to CEO inspection and approval that the location complies with setback requirements and subject to payment of $70 in CEO fees and a $50 building permit fee, to issue Permit # 7-2016.
10.                Troy and Robin Prout, 315 Point St., Map 4, Lot 54, 1.5 acres. Proposed 9’x14’ attached breezeway and 28’x30’ garage on a concrete slab, added to existing house. Three CEO fees totaling $105 and a building permit fee of $50 paid tonight. The CEO has inspected and approved that the location complies with setback requirements. Moved and seconded and unanimously approved, subject to no conditions, to issue Permit # 8-2016.
11.                 Robert Ultimo, 121 Windward Way, Map 18, Lot 82, 4.6 acres. Proposed 8’x34’ open deck and 12’x26’ screened porch added to existing home. First and second CEO fees of $70 and Shoreland Zone (SLZ) building permit fee of $100 paid tonight. Moved and seconded and unanimously approved, subject to CEO inspection and approval that the location complies with setback requirements, to issue Permit # 9-2016.
12.                 Tim Thompson, Addison Selectman, discussed with the Board the problem of the increasing frequency of abandoned mobile homes in Addison. The Board recommended that the Selectmen contact Maine Municipal Association (MMA) to get information about options for dealing with this issue.
13.                 Joyce and Joren Fishback, 220 Basin Rd., Map 15, Lot 22, 7 +/- acres. Proposed 16’x20’ outbuilding. First CEO fee of $35 already paid. No one appeared on behalf of the applicant. Because the application left many unanswered questions about setbacks, concrete pour, bedrooms and bathrooms, it was moved, seconded, and unanimously approved to table the application as incomplete.
14.                 Kyle Lamson, 1232 Basin Rd., Map 17, Lot 18, 1 acre. No one appeared on behalf of the applicant. The application does not answer questions about septic design or a concrete pour.  Moved and seconded and unanimously approved to table the application as incomplete.
15.                 Charles and Barbara Ganem, 123 Basin Rd., Map 15, Lot 11, 40 +/- acres. Proposed 12’x24’ storage shed on a concrete slab. First CEO fee of $35 already paid.  Moved and seconded and unanimously approved, subject to CEO inspection and approval that the location complies with setback requirements, subject to payment of CEO fees totaling $70 and building permit fee of $50, and subject to the applicant signing the first page of the application, to issue Permit # 10-2016.
16.                 James Coles, 41 Wescogus Rd., Map 7, Lot 60, .5 acres. Proposed 50’x8’, 13’ high shed. No one appeared on behalf of the applicant, and because the application has no information about a concrete pour, and no applicant’s signature, it was moved, seconded, and unanimously approved to table the application as incomplete.
17.                 At 8:20 pm it was moved, seconded, and unanimously approved that the meeting not be adjourned, that it be continued until Alexis Hatt advises that she has answered the Planning Board’s question about applicable deed restrictions. At such a time, the Planning Board will reconvene this meeting at a to-be-agreed-upon time.

Planning Board Meeting

 Minutes

 March 2, 2016

Present:  Donna Kausen, Roger Clapp, Mary Thompson, Robert Prince, Bonnie Look Thompson

The meeting  was called to order at 6 pm.

1.   The minutes  of February 3, 2016, were read and approved  as read.
2.   
Donna Kausen recused from voting  status.
3.   
Jonathan Keller, 111 Bar Island Rd., Map 23,  Lot 8,  28 acres. Proposed  l6'x24' studio  and a 14'x18' tool  shed. Two Code Enforcement  Officer  (CEO) fees totaling $70 and building permit  fee of $50 paid tonight. Moved and seconded and unanimously approved, subject to CEO inspection and approval only that the location of the project  complies  with  setback requirements, to issue permit # 2-2016.
 4.  Donna Kausen returned to voting  status.

 

Planning Board Meeting

 Minutes

February 3, 2016

Present: Roger Clapp, Mary Thompson and Robert Prince. Absent: Donna Kausen and Bonnie Look Thompson.

The meeting was called to order at 6 pm.

1. The minutes of January 6, 2016, were read and approved as read.
 2.  There being no further business to come before the meeting, it was adjourned at 6:06 pm.

Planning Board Meeting

 Minutes  

January 6, 2016

Present:  Donna Kausen, Roger Clapp, Mary Thompson, Robert Prince, Bonnie Look Thompson, Code Enforcement Officer (CEO) Betsy Fitzgerald.

The meeting was called to order at 6 pm.

1.    The minutes of December 2, 2015, were read and approved as read.
2.   Pepper Beal, 394 East Side Rd., Map 10, Lot 38, 2.02 acres. Proposed 12’x50’ 2 bedroom mobile home. First CEO fee of $35 already paid. Moved and seconded and unanimously approved, subject to CEO inspection and approval and to payment of second CEO fee of $35 and building permit fee of $50 and subject to plumbing inspector’s approval of septic system design and location, to issue Permit # 1-2016.
3.   The Board unanimously approved the annual report for the March, 2016 town meeting.
4.   The Board discussed the Selectmen’s request that the Planning Board write a policy regarding Vegetation Removal Violations, including a chart or guide for assessing fines based on acreage, and the types of vegetation removed. After thorough discussion,  it was moved and seconded and unanimously approved that the Board chooses not to take a position regarding this matter, except to confirm our recommendations to the Selectmen on November 4, 2015, that if there is to be a penalty, it be a minimum penalty and should include the contractor who did the actual cutting.
5.   The meeting was adjourned at 6:40 pm.

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