73 Olive Street Subdivision

Ashland, MA
Town of Ashland
Phase:
Under Review
Residential Subdivision
4 lots / 5.34 Acres

Definitive Subdivision Public Hearing - 73 Olive

The public hearing has been continued to Thursday, July 14 at 7:15PM in the Board of Selectmen meeting room on the second floor of Ashland Town Hall.

73 Olive Street - Public Hearing Commencement

The Ashland Planning Board's definitive subdivision public hearing for 73 Olive Street will commence at 7:15PM on Thursday, May 12, 2016.  The meeting will be held in the Board of Selectmen meeting room on the second floor of Ashland Town Hall, 101 Main Street.

Definitive Subdivision Application Received

The Planning Board has received an application for a Definitive Subdivision for this site.  The regulatory process for a Definitive Subdivision has commenced and all future updates for this project will be posted on this site.  

Project updates will be sent and all application materials and meeting times will be posted to this page.

The first meeting for this project will be a Planning Board Definitive Subdivision Public Hearing to be held on Thursday, May 12, 2016 at 7:15 pm.  Should there be a change in the schedule, that change will be posted here.

Preliminary Plan Process Closed

The Preliminary Plan process for 73 Olive Street has closed and a decision was filed with the Town Clerk on 10.28.15.  

At this time, no further plans for a definitive subdivision have been received.  If the Planning Board receives any new applications for this project, we will post such information on CoUrbanize and send updates accordingly.  

Preliminary Plan Application Approved

The application for this project was approved (5-0 vote) at the Planning Board meeting on the evening of 10.8.15.  

The application was for a preliminary plan.  The purpose of applying for approval of a preliminary plan is to receive feedback on the plan from the Planning Board and other entities.  In order to receive Planning Board approval to build the project, the project proponent is required to submit an application for a definitive plan, which would then need to be approved by the Board.  Such an application has not been submitted at this time.  Should such an application be submitted to the Planning Board, notice will be given on this platform (i.e., coUrbanize).  

Application Approved

The application for this project was approved at last night's Planning Board meeting (5-0 vote).  

The application was for a preliminary plan.  The purpose of applying for approval of a preliminary plan is to receive feedback on the plan from the Planning Board and other entities.  In order to receive Planning Board approval to build the project, the project proponent is required to submit an application for a definitive plan, which would then need to be approved by the Board.  Such an application has not been submitted at this time.   

ConCom confirms wetland delineation

At its April 27 meeting, the Conservation Commission closed the public hearing and issued an Order of Resource Area Delineation confirming the wetland delineation at this property. This includes a small vernal pool on the property boundary. 

ConCom meeting recap; site walk scheduled for 4/19

The Conservation Commission held a public hearing on Monday, April 13 to review an Abbreviated Notice of Resource Area Delineation filed by Jillson Company for the property at 73 Olive Street. 

The ConCom will review the wetland delineation with wetland scientist Dave Burke on Sunday, April 19 at 12:00pm. The owner has requested that the public not attend this site walk. 

The ConCom will hold a continued public hearing on Monday, April 27 at 7:15pm to discuss the findings from the April 19 site walk. 

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The Conservation Commission will open a public hearing on Monday, April 13 to consider an Abbreviated Notice of Resource Area Delineation filed by the property owners. At this first public hearing a site walk will be scheduled for Conservation Commission members to walk the property with the wetland scientist and confirm the accuracy of the wetland delineation. 

This is the first step in the process of a planned 5-lot subdivision. The subdivision will require approval from both the Planning Board and Conservation Commission.

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