Minutes of Planning Board Meeting

October 9, 2004

Frye Island Community Center

 

                 The meeting was called to order by Chairman Marge Hommel at 8:00 a.m.

Members present: Marge Hommel, Ed Johnson, Kathy Potts, Don Nolen, Dave Treacy. 

 

1)  Minutes and correspondence

                 Chairman Hommel has received copies of the minimum lot size waivers for Planning Board records.

                 It was moved by Marge Hommel, seconded by Ed Johnson, and approved unanimously that the draft minutes for the Sep. 25 meeting be accepted.

 

2) Old Business --             Warrant Articles

                 It was agreed that Chairman Hommel would present Articles 9 and 10 relating to rezoning of Lot 501 and the Recreation Area, article 10 to be requested to be considered first to avoid the appearance of spot zoning.

                 It was agreed that Dave Treacy would present Article 11, with a statement that the Golf Cart Ordinance is amended to conform to new state law; and that if not passed, the State may delete Frye Island from the list of islands authorized to register island vehicles.

 

4)  New Business -- Division of lots

            In response to a request from Richard Main, the Board reviewed the request for approval of a division of merged lots 1941/1942, so that a portion could be merged with adjoining lot 1110.  Joanne Blackmore stated the desire is to make both resulting lots conforming, and that a deed covenant required her to seek Planning Board approval.

            I t was moved by Ed Johnson, seconded by Marge and agreed unanimously agreed that the division be approved on the condition that the remainder of lots 1941/1942 remain conforming, and that lot 1110 become conforming as a result of the merger.  The secretary was directed to provide a letter to Richard Main, Paul White and the Joanne Blackmore to this effect.

 

            At 8:22 it was moved by Ed Johnson, seconded by Marge Hommel and unanimously agreed to adjourn.

 

Attendees

Bill Stevens                            1767