Town of Groton
173 Main Street
Groton, MA 01450
Conservation Commission Meeting
Tuesday, July 13 2021 at 6:30 PM
Town Hall: Second Floor Meeting Room, 173 Main Street Groton, MA
This meeting was posted Wednesday, July 7 2021 at 3:53 PM
- APPOINTMENTS AND HEARINGS*
- 6:30 PM – RDA (2021-20), 33 West Main St., “Squannacook Hall”, for the construction of a paved parking area.
- 6:40 PM – Discissuion, review proposed minor change to the site plan, Groton Communiuty School, MassDEP#169-1154.
- 7:00 PM – RDA (2021-25), off Whispering Brook Road, for the construction of a new walking trail.
- 7:15 PM – RDA (2021-26), 37 Boathouse Road, for demolition of an exsiting structure.
- 7:30 PM – RDA (2021-27), 486 Old Dunstable Road, for tree removal and site restoration.
- 7:35 PM – NOI, MassDEP#169(not yet assigned), for improvements to the Bates Land Conservation Area.
- 7:40 PM – Discussion on Village Meadows: review and approve habitat management agreement.
- 7:45 PM – NOI (MassDEP#[pending]), Groton Country Club, for the renovation and repurposing of the existing tennis courts off Whitman Road.
- GENERAL BUSINESS*
- General Discussions/Announcements
- Land Management
- COC (2): MassDEP#ers 169-1065 & 169-1075, 583 Lowell Road
- OOC, MassDEP#169-1216, 62 Raddin Road
- OOC, MassDEP#169-1217, Bates Land Conservation Area
- OOC, MassDEP#169-1218, Groton Country Club (pickleball courts)
- Committee Updates
- Approve Meeting Minutes
- Open Session for topics not reasonably anticipated 48 hours in advance of meeting*
- (IF REQUIRED)Executive Session pursuant to MGL Ch. 30A, Sec. 21(6): * “To consider the purchase, exchange, lease, or value of real estate, if the chair declares that an open meeting may have a detrimental effect on the negotiating position of the public body.”
*Votes may be takenThe listing of topics that the Chair reasonably anticipates will be discussed at the meeting is not intended as a guarantee of the topics that will have been discussed. Not all topics listed may in fact be discussed, and other topics not listed may also be brought up for discussion to the extent permitted by law.