TOWN OF TOLLAND
MINUTES OF PLANNING BOARD
Meeting of 3/19/2007
Present: James Joyce
Meeting opened by Chairman James Joyce at 7:00.
o Minutes of meeting of 1/22/2007 were approved as written.
o The meeting scheduled for 2/19/2007 was cancelled due to lack of a quorum.
o Wildwood’s Board of Directors has withdrawn their applications for signs to be posted at the front and rear entrances to the subdivision. A check for $71.73, representing unexpended funds from Wildwood’s application fees, has been sent to W.P.O.A.
o Since the Tunxis Club Board was notified that they must comply with Tolland’s Zoning Bylaws, the Board has responded by distributing copies of Tolland Zoning Bylaws to its members and notifying them that they are responsible for complying with town regulations.
Applicant, Joan Henderson, appeared before the Board, for an initial review of an intended farm and garden stand with green house, to be located on New Boston Road (Route 57, Map 409, Lot 5.1). The current owners of the property, Robert & Carolyn Mills, were also present. Ownership of the property will be turned over to the Applicant early in the development process.
Applicant was advised that no Special Permit will be required, but application for Site Plan Review is required. An engineer’s or architect’s survey is needed for Site Plan Review.
A sign permit will also be required, if a sign larger than 6 square feet is desired.
A Business License must also be obtained from the Town Clerk.
Lot 2 Colebrook River Road: A letter was read from Paul DeGray regarding a law suit against former owner of Lot 2, Colebrook River Road. As this matter does not involve the Planning Board, no action was taken.
Budget The Planning Board voted to request level funding at $500 for fiscal 2007.
Planning Board Alternate: A motion was made and approved by a vote of 3 to 1, to make Jason Smith the alternate to James Deming as Chairman of Pioneer Valley Planning.
The next meeting of the Planning Board is scheduled for April 16, 2007 at 7:00 p.m.
Meeting adjourned at 8:30 p.m.
Gertrude T. McKay