Classifieds: Legal Notices: Chilmark
Seeking a registered voter to serve on the Beach Committee. This committee manages the three bathing beaches, supervises the Beach Superintendent, recommends beach policy and fees to the board of Selectmen, and meets monthly. Interested voters should email firstname.lastname@example.org with their cover letter and resume before February 2nd at 12 noon.
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The Board of Selectmen will hold a Public Hearing on the petition of Cybele B. McCormick for a Common Victualler’s license at 10 Basin Road to operate “The Menemsha Deli” on February 6th 2018 in the Chilmark Town Hall at 5:05 PM.
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CHILMARK CEMETERY COMMISSION
February 8, 2018
Conference Room #1, Chilmark Town Hall
401 Middle Road, Chilmark The Chilmark Cemetery Commission will hold a Public Hearing on February 8, 2018, at 2:00PM in Conference Room #1 at the Chilmark Town Hall to review proposed amendments to the Town of Chilmark Cemetery Regulations. The draft proposed amendments is on file with the Town Clerk and is available for review. Interested parties are invited to attend the public hearing and/or send comment: Please address any comment to:
Chilmark Cemetery Commission
P.O. Box 119
Chilmark, MA 02535
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CHILMARK CONSERVATION COMMISSION
Will hold a Public Hearing on Wednesday, February 7, 2018 at 12:30 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 Kennedy for The Trustees of Reservations. The applicant would like to clear brush and invasive over-growth on approximately 4.7-acres of the Menemsha Hills Brickyard. The purpose is to open the Brickyard for public use and enjoyment, preserve and interpret the natural and cultural resources of the property and preserve rare and endangered species habitat within the lower and upper yards. A 1,750 foot-long public walking trail will also be cleared to provide year-round public access to the Brickyard from TTOR’s Menemsha Hills Reservation. A portion of the clearing work is within the second 100-foot wetland buffer zone. Approximately 92,000 sq. ft. of disturbance will take place within the second 100-foot section of the Roaring Brook Riverfront Zone. The work is proposed for the property located on Assessor’s Map 14 Lot 4.
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 Kennedy at 508-693-7717 or Chuck Hodgkinson, Conservation Agent at 508-645-2114.LN: 01/18/18, 1t