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Holyoke Conservation Commission Meeting March 24, 2022

Mar 24 2022

6:15 pm Remote by Zoom

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Holyoke Conservation Commission

March 24th, 2022

6:15 PM

This hearing will be held remotely, in accordance with temporary changes to Open Meeting Law in light of the Covid-19 pandemic. Access to this meeting is available to the public by computer or phone as follows:

- Computer Access:   (meeting ID: 88247414501)

- Phone Access: Call +1 301-715-8592 and enter the Meeting ID followed by #: 88247414501

Email Yoni Glogower with any questions about meeting access: glogowery@holyoke.org

 

(All meetings are being recorded)

  1. Call to Order
  2. Public Hearing – Notice of Intent WE 186-0293 (continued from 3/10/22 Meeting)

Applicant: Holyoke Water Works

Representative: Tighe & Bond

Location: Whiting Street Reservoir (MBP 213-00-006)

Description: Dam improvements within Bordering Land Subject to Flooding, Land Under Water Bodies, Riverfront, and Inland Banks

  1. Request for Determination of Applicability – Filed 2/2/2022

Applicant: City of Holyoke, c/o Robert Peirent, City Engineer

Location: Swale between Fairmont St and Mowry Ave (MBP 153-00-027, 028)

Description: Drain damage repair + replacement

  1. Request for Determination of Applicability – Filed 2/2/2022

Applicant: City of Holyoke, c/o Robert Peirent, City Engineer

Location: 640 Homestead Avenue (MBP 162-00-002)

Description: Emergency generator installation of paved area within buffer zone of unnamed intermittent channel

  1. Request for Determination of Applicability – Filed 2/2/2022

Applicant: City of Holyoke, c/o Robert Peirent, City Engineer

Location: Rail spur behind 49 Garfield Street (MBP 056-00-002

Description: new drain installation within buffer zone of existing pond

  1. Discussion – Upcoming Items for 4/14/22 Meeting
  2. Mail/other items not reasonably anticipated by the Chair
  3. Adjourn

Attendees who cause disruptions may be warned, muted, or removed from the public meeting at the discretion of the Chairperson.


3-24-22-Stamped-Agenda.pdf
March 22, 2022
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3-24-22-Meeting-Minutes.pdf
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Yoni Glogower
Director, Department of Conservation and Sustainability

4133225615
City Hall Annex
4th Floor
20 Korean Veterans Plaza
Monday - Friday:
8:30 am to 4:30 pm

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