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1979-11-26November 26, 1979 - MONDAY Regular Meeting The PLANNING BOARD held ~ regular monthly meeting on Monday evening, November 26, 1979 at 7:53 P.M. in the Town Office Meeting Room. The following members were pre~ent and voting: William Chepulis, Chairman; John J. Monteiro, Vice-Chairman; and Paul A. Hedstrom, Clerk. 18 visitors were present. PUBLIC HEARING: WILLOW INDUSTRIAL PtRK (R. Regan): the Clerk read the legal notice. Messers Regan and Grasso were present. Robert Regau told those present that ~this land adjoins the Willows Racquet Club, is consistent with the Zoning By-Law, there will be one entrance off the highway, Willow St. will be widened to Town specifications, the subdivision road, Flagship Drive, will be a 60 ft. easement with 32 ft. paved. The following types of companies have already purchased lots: computer software, anesthesia light manufacturing and general office space, research and development in the field of metallurgy. All lots, except C1, are close to 2~and 3 acres in size. Propose to build a jogging track around the periphery of~e park. All plans have to be submitted to a design review board before purchase of lots. The park will be serviced with sewer. The following abutters/neighbors had questions regarding the development: Louis Bowab, 44 Marion Dr.; }.~s. Mattola, ~,~arion Dr.; Frar~k Greslick, 79 I~rion Dr.; Ed Connor, Marion Dr.; Ms. Goodrich, 99 ~arion Dr.; Peter Novello, 1~4 Marion Dr.; Joan Tibbet~s, Raleigh Tavern Lane. Ed Connor specified that }~arion Drive had campaigned heavily for the Master Plan setbacks because they were guaranteed protection when the area was re-zoned Industrial. Mattola and Gresl$ck questioned buffer as required, lot minimums.. Goodrich's concern was with parking, traffic, etc. Regan stated that it would be close to a three year project, to be done in phases, and emphasized that they are at the Willows eve~ day if any abutters have further ques- tions. Letters from Highway Dept. dated Nov. ~6, Fire Dept. dated Nov. 16, and BPWdated Nov. 26 were read by the Clerk. Mr. Grasso stated that the sewer is being run at their own cost now and intend to keep the pumping station in private control. ~r. Monteiro felt that both he and the BOARD as a whole w~ld like!to see this p~ing s~ation remain in private hands. Mr. Cyr added a further recommendation that a leveling area be estab- lished coming on to Rte. 114. ~iotion made by Monteiro to t~ke the m~tter under advisement. Hedstrom seconded and the vote WaS llna/limous. PLANS NOT REQUIRING APPROVAL: 1 - 55%URICE RIBS, Forest & Ingalls ~ts. - showing parcels A & B, both excessive in area and frontage; plan dated April 17, 1978, revised Nov. 16~ 1979. Upon motion by Nonteiro, second by Hedstrom to endorse the plan of land as not requiring approval under subdivision control law the vote was unanimous. BOND RELEASES: 1 - ;~NTER HILL ESTATES: letter of recfuest from Gelinas' office was read. Highway Surveyor's letter recommending release of ~5,000 on Phase I was read; no release on Phase II; letter from BPW recommended ~7380 to be released and $21,600 for Phase III; BPW release for Phase II is $12,300. ~otion by Hedstrom to release the following: Phase I - $5,000, Highway; Phase II - ~2,~00, BPW; Phase III - $36,980 (~8,000 High- way and $28,980 BPW. Second byEonteiro and ~nanimous vote. Nov. 26, 1979 - cont. 2 - QUAIL RUN: letter from J. Turtle requesting release was read. Highway Surveyor's letter dated Nov. 26, 1979 sad BPW letter was read by the Clerk. Letter from Herbert F. Hayes regarding sloping, etc. was also read. Turtle stated that he had talked with ~. Hayes and everything seems to be t~ken care of. Motion by Monteiro to release the sum of $18,000 leaving a balance of $55,000 for road work completed. Second by Hedstrom and unanimous vote. CORRESPONDENCE: a) Archdiocese Re Wood Ridge/Woodbridge - reply received from Charleen Regan to our letter sent to Atty. James Dolan. The Chairman was directed'to write 'a response requesting that in accordance with Ch. 85, Sec. 3A and 3B the n~mes have to be submitted to the Planning Board for approval at a public hearing. b) Town Counsel Re Two Houses on Form "A" Lot: we may not endorse the plan if two houses exist on' one lot; Sec. 81 of M.G.L. and the Subdivision Control Law were cited. Letter so accepted on motion of Monteiro and second by Hedstrom. Unanimous vote. c) Town Counsel Re Transfer of Land, Olympic Construction: explanation that it is okay to accept the land via Board of Selectmen approval to Con. Com. It does not rec~uire Town Meeting action if done this way. Motion by Monteiro to refer all corres- pondence to the Con. Com. and they in turn will petition %he Selectmen. Second by Hedstrom and unanimous vote. QUESTIONNAIRE FROM CO~4ITTEE TO STUDY L~fD USE DE?TS. cover letter from Fritz Ostherr was read by Clerk Hedstrom. To be t~ken up at Work Session on Dec. lOth. COPY OF LETTER FROM D. A. K~IN BURKE TO DAN LONG RE ~EMINAR ON OP~ ~EETING LAW: the secretary to find ou~ exactly when in December this will be held. MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS: Minutes of 10/22 and 11/5/79 were so accepted upon motion of Monteiro and second by Hedstrom. Unanimous vote. BUDGET: to be taken at Dec. 3, 1979 meeting. INGALLS CROSSING II DEPINITIVE PLAN FOR SIGNATURES: 5\~san St. Pierre advised members that all is is order. Plans signed. The meeting adjourned at 10 P.M.