Conservation Commission February 13, 2013

Conservation Commission February 13, 2013

Falmouth Conservation Commission
59 Town Hall Square, Falmouth, Massachusetts 02540
(508) 495-7445 FAX (508) 495 -7449


THE FALMOUTH CONSERVATION COMMISSION

NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING AND AGENDA

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2013

7:00 P.M.

SELECTMEN’S MEETING ROOM

UPPER LEVEL

FALMOUTH TOWN HALL

FALMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS



The Falmouth Conservation Commission will hold a public meeting & a public hearing on Wednesday, February 13, 2013 at 7:00 P.M. to discuss the following:

MINUTES Vote: 1/23/2013; 1/30/2013

REQUESTS FOR DETERMINATION OF APPLICABILITY

Thomas & Doreen Kinder, 123 Chester Street, North Falmouth, MA – For permission to reconfigure the existing driveway using pavers, reconstruct a landscape retaining wall, remove steps, ornamental/invasive plants and install native plants.

Webster Collins, 87 Garnet Avenue, North Falmouth, MA- For permission to construct a 30-ft x 50-ft addition to the existing structure.

REQUESTS FOR HEARING UNDER A NOTICE OF INTENT

Brenda Zaltas, 4 Pondlet Place, Falmouth, MA – For permission to install and maintain approximately 50 linear feet of biodegradable fiber roll, planted with a dense cover of native freshwater herbaceous plants, to remove non-native invasive plant species, restore approximately 3-ft x 50-ft of buffer strip and the associated clearing, filling, grading and landscaping.

CONTINUED REQUESTS FOR HEARING UNDER A NOTICE OF INTENT

Scott & Katherine Anderson, 14 Quahog Pond Road, West Falmouth, MA – For permission to raze the existing house and construct a 3-bedroom single-family house with a screen porch, deck, landings with stairs, install a gravel driveway, native mitigation plantings, dry wells, utilities, relocate A&E panel, septic tank and chamber, remove bluestone walks and patios and the associated clearing, excavating, grading and landscaping.

David Talman, 21 Veronica Lane, East Falmouth, MA – For permission to remove approximately 100 linear feet of railroad retaining wall and replace with a “green wall” consisting of planted 12 to 16-inch diameter compost-mulch tubes, ranging from 2-ft to 4-ft in height, covering approximately 600-sq ft and the associated clearing, excavating, grading and landscaping.

OTHER BUSINESS


By Order of: Elizabeth Gladfelter, Chair
Falmouth Conservation Commission

Posted date: February 8, 2013

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