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Saturday, October 21, 2017

Classifieds: Legal Notices: Chilmark

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    A public hearing will be held at the Selectmen’s meeting room, Town Hall on Tuesday, November 7, 2017 at 5:00pm In order that the Chilmark taxpayers may present their views on the issue of allocating the local property tax levy among the five property classes for the Fiscal Year 2018.
    Warren Doty
    William N Rossi
    James M Malkin
    LN: 10/19/17, 10/26/17, 2t


    The Town of Chilmark has received notification from the Bureau of Local Assessments of preliminary certification of the Towns revaluation program and proposed assessments for all classes of property for fiscal year 2018. The fiscal year 2018 proposed assessments are as of January 1, 2017, utilizing the 2016 & 2017 sales.
    The revaluation program is necessary to achieve full and fair cash value in accordance with the requirements of Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 40 § 56 and Chapter 58 §1, 1A and 3.
    The proposed values were derived utilizing a methodology based on generally accepted mass appraisal practices, and are supported with current market evidence and are uniformly and equitably applied to all property.
    Listings of the proposed assessments will be available in the Board of Assessor’s office at the Town Hall and the Chilmark Free Public Library, during regular business hours commencing on Monday October 16, 2017 through Monday October 23, 2017.
    The proposed assessments will also be available on the Town’s website at www.chilmarkma.gov
    Any questions on valuation should be directed to the Assessor’s office at (508) 645-2102.
    LN: 10/19/17, 1t


    Will hold a Public Hearing on Wednesday, November 1, 2017 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 Sean Riley of Coastal Engineering for Michael Andrews; U.S. Coast Guard Civil Engineering Unit Providence. The applicant would like to replace the existing failing wastewater treatment facility that currently discharges into Green Pond. The new system will include a grease trap for galley waste located in the upper parking area; a septic tank for sanitary waste from the Barracks and Operations buildings and a Perc-Rite Drip Dispersal System for soil absorption. The project is within the 100-foot buffer zones of a Bordering Vegetated Wetland for Green Pond and a Coastal Bank for Green Pond that is not a sediment source. The closest activity is 55 feet from the wetland edge and 15 feet from the bank. The application is for the property located at 20 Edy’s Island Way; Assessors Map 27.1 Lot 78.
    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 Sean Riley at 508-255-6511 or Chuck Hodgkinson, Conservation Agent at 508-645-2114.
    LN: 10/19/17, 1t