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    November 3, 2016
    Selectmen’s Meeting Room, Chilmark Town Hall
    The Chilmark Planning Board will hold a Public Hearing on November 3, 2016, at 8AM in the Selectmen’s Meeting Room at the Chilmark Town Hall to review proposed amendments to the Chilmark Human Resources Procedures Manual to amend the section assigning a pay grade to a new or updated job description as follows:
    1. The new pay grade for a vacant year-round position -- whether a pay grade increase or pay grade decrease -- as described in #1 Procedures Outline for Updating Job Descriptions shall take effect on the new employee’s first date of employment.
    2. All updated and re-graded job descriptions for currently filled year-round positions shall complete the entire process through final approvals no later than November 30 so the new grade can be included in the budget planning for the following fiscal year. The new pay grade shall then take effect on July 1 of the following fiscal year – provided the budget is approved by town voters at the annual meeting.
    Copies of the proposed amendments are on file with the Chilmark Human Resources Board and are available for review.
    Interested parties are invited to attend the public hearing and/or send comment: Please address any comment to:
    Chilmark Human Resources Board
    Chilmark Town Hall
    P.O. Box 119
    Chilmark, MA 02535
    Fax: 508-645-2110
    LN: 10/20/16, 1t


    Will hold a Public Hearing on Wednesday, November 2, 2016 at 12:40 PM, in the Conference Room at Town Hall, under the Wetlands Protection Act, M.G.L.c.131, Section 40 and the Town’s Wetlands Protection By-law, on an application filed by Chris Alley of Schofield, Barbini & Hoehn for David Aronoff. The applicant would like to redevelop the property by: removing the existing dwelling and constructing an observation deck with fireplace in its place; the maintenance of two existing foot bridges and a timber stairway over a perennial stream; relocating the septic system, constructing a new dwelling with a combination of basement foundation, crawl space foundation and sonotube supports, new utilities, driveways, parking areas, grading, landscaping and the abandonment and restoration of several existing footpaths. The entire project is within the 200-ft. Riverfront Zone, a Bordering Vegetated Wetland and the 100-foot buffer zones of a Coastal Bank and BVW. The application is for the property located at 76 Menemsha Inn Road; Assessors Map 21 Lot 33.
    The application and plans are on file with the Conservation Commission, and may be examined during normal business hours (9-4:30) at the Town Offices. To discuss the application or review the plans please call Chris Alley at 508-693-2781 or Chuck Hodgkinson, Conservation Agent at 508-645-2114.
    LN: 10/20/16, 1t