June 20, 2023 at 5:30 PM

Pursuant to Chapter 20 of the Acts of 2022, this meeting will be conducted via remote means. 
Topic: Maynard Conservation Commission Meeting
Posted by: Julia Flanary, Conservation Agent
Chair: Susan Erickson
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Meeting Opening

The meetings will be conducted with decorum. This means that the members of the Commission and the public are required to respect each other at all times. We may not always agree with one-another, but we can work to resolve differences with patience and understanding. As a member of the public, you are encouraged to participate in the meeting. To ensure the meeting proceeds in an orderly manner, please follow these procedures 


If you wish to comment or ask a question of the Commission: 

· Raise your digital hand once the Chair has opened up the meeting for public comment.

· When you are recognized to speak, please state your name and address. 

· Direct all comments/questions to the Commission through the Chair. 

· In the interest of time, limit your questions and statements to two (2) minutes.

· Limit your statements/questions to the topic at hand. 

· Talk ONLY about issues that are under the jurisdiction of the Wetlands Protection Act.


BioMap Presentation - Massachusetts Division of Fisheries & Wildlife

Sarah Wasserman from Massachusetts Division of Fisheries & Wildlife will give us an overview of BioMap and the data it can provide to Towns.


6:00PM - 115 Main St - Request for Modification

This discussion will only be to decide whether or not the proposed modifications and be under an amendment or need a new NOI. The details of the modifications must be discussed in detail at a public hearing. Large changes to the Order of Conditions must follow the following steps.

  1. Request a modification Order of Conditions via writing to the issuing authority (ConsCom)
  2. Have a public meeting to talk about whether the modification can be an amendment to Order of Conditions or a new NOI (June 20th)
  3. If Conscom determines this can be an amendment, applicant must formally request the amendment through public hearing with legal ad and abutter notifications
  4. July 11th Public hearing Conscom will discuss the amendment

115 Main St - large tree removal

Commission must give approval of removal of a live tree within 50 ft of the resource area. If allowed, they will need to pay the additional removal fee of $100. 


RDA - 35 Harrison St

Applicant is requesting modification to an existing barn within 50 ft of a resource area. Commission must determine if the modification is substantial and considered an exempt under the WPA or shall be considered a Notice of Intent. 


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