Quantcast
Sep 162014
 

Screen Shot 2014-09-16 at 7.50.22 PMThe Town Plan and Zoning Commission met at Town Hall Sept. 16 at 7:30 p.m.

SITE PLAN APPLICATION – Submitted by Sixty Five Marsh Hill Road, LLC – Frank Dilieto for property known as 0 Salemme Lane a.k.a Assessor’s Map 3-1-6. The proposal is for the use of the property as a temporary warehousing/dumpster supply company. Empty dumpster-containers will be stored on-site and enclosed with a slatted chain link fence.

The required 50 ft frontage is not met.

There also was a discussion regarding the parcel which did not meet the minimum acreage required.

The application was denied and the attorney for the applicant should discuss the issues with the town attorney.

If the applicant wants to re-apply the application fee will be waived.

Screen Shot 2014-09-16 at 7.48.49 PMFRED WOLFE PARK

A new plan for the proposed lacrosse fields and parking area was presented.

Resident James Denton sent a letter opposing the plans, stating that traffic in the surrounding neighborhoods would be a problem.

TPZ&C Chairman Walter Clark said the plan is a good one and this location makes the most sense.

Commission member Ralph Aschettino agreed with Clark.

Clark added that if traffic becomes a problem they could easily work on access and egresses.

The Commission made a recommendation to approve the plans.

The Group that is working on getting these fields built will have a fundraising golf tournament at Orange Hills Country Club  on Oct 3

Screen Shot 2014-09-16 at 7.57.35 PMPLAN OF CONSERVATION & DEVELOPMENT 

Proposed update and workshop on the Plan of Conservation & Development – The TPZC will be meeting with Consultant Planner Glenn Chalder of Planimetrics. They will be reviewing the First Draft of the 2015 Plan of Conservation and Development.

The commission went over the initial plan page by page. The booklet will be made available on the town website.

6. Report of the Zoning Enforcement Officer.

Review of Zoning Activities Log.

Apr 262014
 

File photo from zoning meeting

File photo from zoning meeting

The Town Plan & Zoning Commission will have a special meeting at Town Hall , Wednesday, April 30 at 7:30 p.m.

Here is the Agenda:

  1. Proposed update and workshop on the Plan of Conservation & Development – The TPZC will be meeting with Consultant Planner Glenn Chalder of Planimetrics.  Topics of discussion will include: -Booklet #4 Land Use & Buildout.

2.  Review of the Minutes from the April 1, 2014 meeting.

3.   Old Business.

4.   New Business.

  1. Report of the Zoning Enforcement Officer.

-Review of Zoning Activities Log.

  1. As per Section 8-24 Municipal Improvements of the Connecticut General Statutes, review of a request for the discontinuance and to abandon a right of way between Taft Road and Alling Road.

Mar 142014
 

Chairman Walter "Beau" Clark at a recent Plan & Zoning meeting.

Chairman Walter “Beau” Clark at a recent Plan & Zoning meeting.

Following is the agenda for the Tuesday, March 18 Town Plan & Zoning meeting at Town Hall at 7:30 p.m.

  1. Proposed update and workshop on the Plan of Conservation & Development – The TPZC will be meeting with Consultant Planner Glenn Chalder of Planimetrics.                                                   Topics of discussion will include:

-Booklet #1 Planning Primer

-Booklet #2 Conditions & Trends

-Booklet #3 Community Issues/Concerns

2.  Review of the Minutes from the February 25, 2014 & March 4, 2014 meetings.

3.   Old Business.

4.   New Business.

  1. Report of the Zoning Enforcement Officer.

-Review of Zoning Activities Log.

Feb 232014
 

Chairman Walter "Beau" Clark at this week's Plan & Zoning meeting.

Chairman Walter “Beau” Clark at this week’s Plan & Zoning meeting.

One of the discussions during this week’s Plan & Zoning meeting was in regards to getting the word out and piquing interest in the Plan of Conservation and Development meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 25.

The meeting will take place in the gymnasium at High Plains Community Center, 525 Orange Center Road from 7 to 9 p.m.

The Town Plan and Zoning Commission scheduled the public meeting to get input from Orange residents regarding the proposed update of the Plan of Conservation and Development.

The meeting will provide an opportunity for Orange residents to identify issues of concern to them and suggest priorities and strategies for the next Plan.  Following the public meeting, the Town Plan and Zoning Commission will be looking at identified issues and evaluating strategies to help guide the community in the future. 

A Plan of Conservation and Development is an advisory document used by the Town Plan and Zoning Commission and other Town agencies to:

  • Protect the resources important to residents
  • Guide growth and change in Orange
  • Identify facilities and services needed to support the community we want to be

Orange residents are encouraged to come to the meeting to help ensure that the Plan of Conservation and Development reflects community goals.

“This Plan is an important document which will be used to guide future conservation and development activity over the next decade and beyond,” said Walter “Beau” Clark, IV, Chairman of the Town Plan and Zoning Commission.

Originally  Published on: Feb 8, 2014 @ 13:00 

Reposted on: Feb 18, 2014 @ 21:15   and  Feb. 20 @ 11:09