Town of Veazie Planning Board
Minutes of April 1, 2002 meeting
Chris Cronan called the meeting to order at 7:04 p.m.
Present: Board members; Chris Cronan , Terry Studley, Harold Pinkham, Suzanne Malis-Anderson
Town Officials: Allan Thomas
Applicant representatives: William & Barbara Dalton, Don Beckier, Jim Parker
Members of the public: Ron King
Consideration of Minutes: Minutes of March 4, 2003 were accepted as distributed
Item 1: Finalize Completion Review – Dalton Subdivison
15.05.08.02 All fees that are due to date have been paid
15.05.08.11 The new street name will be “Black Bear Drive”
15.05.08.15 Each of Danielle Bett’s, the reviewing engineer, comments were discussed. An easement from Mr. Ambrose is still needed.
15.05.08.17 Reserved Areas – substantially complete
15.05.08.22 Landscaping – substantially complete
15.05.08.23 Lighting – substantially complete
15.05.08.31 Erosion & sedimentation – substantially complete
15.05.08.34 Public Water Supply – substantially complete
15.05.08.35 Public Sewer – substantially complete
15.05.08.36 Stormwater disposal – substantially complete
15.05.08.37 Fire Protection – substantially complete
15.05.08.39 Police Protection – substantially complete
15.05.08.40 Educational Services – substantially complete
15.05.08.42 Photographs – substantially complete
15.05.08.46 Performance Guarantees – substantially complete
15.05.08.47 Legal Documents – substantially complete
15.05.08.48 Technical and Financial capacity – substantially complete
Chris moved to accept the application as substantially complete and to continue the Public Hearing on May 13, 2002. Seconded by Terry Studley, Approved 4-0-0.
Item 2: Continued Public Hearing – Dalton Subdivision
To be continued on may 13, 2002 at approximately 7:00 P.M.
Item 3: Comprehensive Plan Action Plans
A discussion of goals for a planning consultant resulted in a general agreement that we need to develop an integrated but simplified goal that included growth areas, new roads, scenic areas. John agreed to wok on TDR (Transfer of Development Rights) language for the ordinance.
John stated that we need to be aware of possible development between the railroad and State Street and in the Davis pasture up to the pines. There was a general consensus that we need to be concerned with road access to the undeveloped areas of Veazie.
Respectively Submitted By:
Allan R. Thomas