Calendar

May
1
Mon
Inland Wetlands & Watercourses Agency Agenda
May 1 @ 7:00 pm

Chester Inland Wetlands & Watercourses Agency

Regular Meeting, May 1, 2017

Chester Town Hall, 203 Middlesex Avenue, Chester

@ 7:00 PM

AGENDA

1. Call to Order

2. Minutes – April 3, 2017

3. Audience of Citizens

4. Continued Show Cause Hearing – Chester Airport, 61

Winthrop Road – unpermitted activity within review area

5. Chester Airport, 61 Winthrop Road – unpermitted activity

within review area

6. #17-01 – David Miller, 105 Cedar Lake Road – addition to

residential dwelling

7. #17-04 – Scotland Hardwoods, 88 Winthrop Road –

As-of-Right Application for Timber Harvest

8. #17-05 – Peter DePatie, 42 Ferry Road – relocate driveway

9. Regulations and Map Modifications

10. Wetland Compliance Officer’s Report

11. Correspondence

12. Receipt of Applications After Posting of Agenda

13. Any Other Business

14. Adjournment

 

Inlands Wetlands Commission @ Chester Town Hall
May 1 @ 7:00 pm
May
4
Thu
Conservation Commission
May 4 @ 4:30 pm
May
8
Mon
Energy Task Force @ Chester Town Hall
May 8 @ 9:00 am
Economic Development Commission @ Chester Town Hall
May 8 @ 7:15 pm
May
9
Tue
Main Street Project Committee @ Chester Town Hall
May 9 @ 7:00 pm
May
10
Wed
Board of Selectwomen @ Chester Town Hall
May 10 @ 7:00 pm
May
11
Thu
Library/North Quarter Park Public Information Session @ Chester Meeting House
May 11 @ 7:00 pm

Two public information sessions are scheduled for Thursday, May 11th at 7 pm and Saturday, May 13th at 10 am, both at the Chester Meeting House.

The Chester Library Building and North Quarter Park (NQP) Planning Committees will present plans for the redevelopment of NQP at a total construction cost of $5.5 million, and associated soft costs of $1.9 million. Of the $5.5 million construction cost, approximately $3.8 million is dedicated to the Library/CC. The committee has already been awarded a State grant of $1 million towards the cost of the Library and continues to explore fundraising and financing options to minimize the impact on taxpayers.

Chester has a unique opportunity to develop the town-owned 22 acre North Quarter Park (NQP) site so that it will enrich Chester residents of all ages for decades to come. Plans include a safe, accessible playground, an all-purpose playing field, 50 paved parking spaces, expanded walking/nature trails, and a twenty-first century Library/Community Center, all within easy walking distance of Chester’s village center.

The two committees which had been working separately were combined by the Selectmen in 2015. They were tasked with developing a schematic design that would answer three needs in the Town’s 2009 Plan of Conservation and Development: improvements to North Quarter Park, a replacement for the collapsed and subsequently demolished Community Center, and a new Library building.

All concerned citizens are invited to attend one of these sessions.

 

Chester Library Building and North Quarter Park Planning Committees

 

Planning and Zoning Commission @ Chester Town Hall
May 11 @ 7:30 pm
May
13
Sat
Library/North Quarter Park Public Information Sessions
May 13 @ 10:00 am

Two public information sessions are scheduled for Thursday, May 11th at 7 pm and Saturday, May 13th at 10 am, both at the Chester Meeting House.

The Chester Library Building and North Quarter Park (NQP) Planning Committees will present plans for the redevelopment of NQP at a total construction cost of $5.5 million, and associated soft costs of $1.9 million. Of the $5.5 million construction cost, approximately $3.8 million is dedicated to the Library/CC. The committee has already been awarded a State grant of $1 million towards the cost of the Library and continues to explore fundraising and financing options to minimize the impact on taxpayers.

Chester has a unique opportunity to develop the town-owned 22 acre North Quarter Park (NQP) site so that it will enrich Chester residents of all ages for decades to come. Plans include a safe, accessible playground, an all-purpose playing field, 50 paved parking spaces, expanded walking/nature trails, and a twenty-first century Library/Community Center, all within easy walking distance of Chester’s village center.

The two committees which had been working separately were combined by the Selectmen in 2015. They were tasked with developing a schematic design that would answer three needs in the Town’s 2009 Plan of Conservation and Development: improvements to North Quarter Park, a replacement for the collapsed and subsequently demolished Community Center, and a new Library building.

All concerned citizens are invited to attend one of these sessions.

 

Chester Library Building and North Quarter Park Planning Committees