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Holyoke Planning Board & Stormwater Authority Public Hearing & Meeting Text Size

Event takes place on July 09, 2013 at 6:00 PM
4th Floor Conference Room City Hall Annex Holyoke MA

HOLYOKE PLANNING BOARD AND STORMWATER  AUTHORITY

PUBLIC HEARING AND MEETING AGENDA

TUESDAY, JULY 9, 2013

6:00 P.M. JOINT PLANNING BOARD AND STORMWATER AUTHORITY PUBLIC HEARING

4th FLOOR CONFERENCE ROOM, CITY HALL ANNEX, HOLYOKE, MA

(meeting is being recorded)

ZONE CHANGE/ SITE PLAN REVIEW/ SUBDIVISION/SPECIAL PERMIT

 1. Site Plan Review, Section 10.0 and Stormwater Permit – Holyoke Hotel Redevelopment Project, 245 Whiting Farms Road, parcel 174-00-013

2. Special Permit – Section 5.4, Multiple Principal Structures, Holyoke Hotel Redevelopment Project, 245 Whiting Farms Road, parcel 174-00-013

3. Site Plan Review, Section 10.0 and Stormwater Permit – Holyoke Community Charter School ~ Building Addition, 2200 Northampton Street, parcel 015-00-017

6:00 P.M. PLANNING BOARD MEETING

4th FLOOR CONFERENCE ROOM, CITY HALL ANNEX, HOLYOKE, MA

(meeting is being recorded)

PLANNING BOARD BUSINESS

A)  Project Updates/Old Business/New Business

B)  Meeting Schedule

C)  Minutes

D)  Other Business

E)  Correspondence

 

ZONE CHANGE/ SITE PLAN REVIEW/ SUBDIVISION/SPECIAL PERMIT

 

1. Site Plan Review, Section 10.0 and Stormwater Permit – Holyoke Hotel Redevelopment Project, 245 Whiting Farms Road, parcel 174-00-013

2. Special Permit – Section 5.4, Multiple Principal Structures, Holyoke Hotel Redevelopment Project, 245 Whiting Farms Road, parcel 174-00-013

3. Site Plan Review, Section 10.0 and Stormwater Permit – Holyoke Community Charter School ~ Building Addition, 2200 Northampton Street, parcel 015-00-017

4. Approval Not Required – 45/63 Keyes Road

5. Approval Not Required – 532 Main Street

6. Approval Not Required – Chestnut Park (x2)

 *The listing of matters are those reasonably anticipated by the Chair which may be discussed at the meeting. Not all items listed may in fact be discussed and other items not listed may also be brought up for discussion to the extent permitted by law.


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