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Planning, Conservation and Development Weekly Newsletter for February 26, 2016







City of Middletown Department of Planning, Conservation and Development

Weekly Newsletter for February 26, 2016


UPCOMING MEETINGS-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 

Riverfront Boathouse Design Workshop
Tuesday, March 1, 2016, 7:00 PM, Council Chambers

Please join us to help design the new community boathouse for the Riverfront. This community facility will be the heart of the riverfront and we need you input. You can sign up on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Riverfront-Middletown-Connecticut/456448574448563 or email michiel.wackers@middletownct.gov


RECENT COMMISSION ACTIONS-------------------------------------------------------------------- 

Planning and Zoning Commission
Wednesday, February 24, 2016, 7:00pm, Council Chambers


- - APPROVED a two-lot resubdivision for parcel occupied by two separate businesses located at 911-913 Washington Street.  Applicant/agent Henry Silvestri   S2015-5

- - APPROVED a Special Exception to change from a mixed use to a multifamily dwelling for property located at 158-160 College Street with the condition that all staff comments be addressed.  Applicant/agent Kowalski Properties/Atty. Michael Dowley SE2016-2


- - APPROVED a Special Exception for a Group Home located at 140 Pearl Street with the following conditions:  (1)  Staff shall review the dwelling to ensure compliance according to the Building, Fire and Housing code chart above;  (2)  Granted to Stepping Stone House and it’s executive director Susan Holley;  (3) Is non-transferable;  (4)  Poor property maintenance or failure to enforce “Stepping Stone House Resident’s Rights and Responsibilities” will jeopardize the reasonable accommodation or subsequent certification;  (5)  Compliance with the City of Middletown Ordinances, City of Middletown Housing Code, State of Connecticut Building Code and State of Connecticut Fire Code;   (6) Shall comply with City Ordinance 262-20 to clear the public sidewalk of all snow and ice;  (7)  Shall make accommodations for smoking on site and to prevent violation of City Ordinance 262-10 concerning littering in the public right of way, which included the public sidewalk;  (8)  During no parking bans, such as during snow events, tenants shall park vehicles in Municipal Parking lots for the duration of the parking ban;  (9)  Residents shall not park on-street along Glover Drive, since the street is only 22 feet wide and does not meet standards for two way traffic with on-street parking;  (10)  Stepping Stone House, Executive Director shall provide up-to-date complete contact information to the Director of Planning, Conservation and Development; and,  (11)  Shall apply to all local and State laws and regulations, including Public Acts.     Applicant/agent Susanne Holly/Stepping Stone House  SE2016-1


- - GRANTED FINAL APPROVAL of the Wadsworth Subdivision located on Wadsworth Street with the condition that a performance bond in the amount of $100,000 be posted.  Applicant/agent Ron DeGennaro  S2013-2


- - GAVE AN AFFIRMATIVE G.S.8-24 Review for sale of easement to the State of Connecticut for drainage related to State Project #082-314-002 on Industrial Park Road.  Applicant/agent  City of Middletown   2016-2 

You can find agendas, minutes and legal notices at www.middletownplanning.com

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