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Conservation Commission Field Trip Notice

  • Date: 04/06/2018 9:00 AM  

The Westport Conservation Commission will conduct a site visit on Friday, April 6, 2018 at 9:00 a.m. to the following properties for orientation purposes only in preparation for reviewing agenda items at its April 9, 2018 Special Meeting:

1. 24 Spriteview Avenue:  Application #WPL-10553-18 by Andy Soumelidis of LandTech on behalf of Peter C & Deena R Greer for the construction of new masonry landing to access a FEMA compliant dwelling within the WPLO area of the Saugatuck River. 

2. Canal Road at Marsh Court:  Request by the Director of Public Works for administrative approval for replacement of three (3) existing culverts and existing headwall in-kind, along with repair and stabilization of eroding roadway. Work is within the WPLO area of Elbow Creek, which is an inlet off of the old Canal at Saugatuck Shores. 

3. 1141 Post Road East:  (if necessary) Continued Application - Application #IWW-10542-18 & WPL-10543-18 by David R Ginter, PE of Redniss & Mead, Inc. on behalf of LCB Berkshire Senior Living Holdings, II LLC for the demolition of the existing commercial building and other improvements/uses and the construction of an assisted living facility with associated parking, drives, landscaping, utilities and flood improvements. The development will consist of 99 units. Portions of the work will be within the wetland, upland review area and the WPLO area of Muddy Brook.

Members will meet at the Conservation Department first to carpool. Some sites might be especially wet and or be prone to ticks so appropriate clothing and footwear is recommended. 

Posted with the Town Clerk’s Office on Thursday, April 5, 2018

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