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Planning Board Minutes 03/08/2016
I       Call to Order

Chairman Paul White called the meeting to order at 7:15 p.m.  

NOTE: The start of this meeting was delayed while awaiting the arrival of the applicant for “New Business” agenda item a.   

Present: Jim Jansz, Phil Lowe, Joe McMahon, Tina Vanasse, Paul White, Code Enforcement Officer Brandon Woolley, Recorder Maureen Scanlon.

Guests present: None

II      Correspondence

Maureen Scanlon distributed copies of an e-mail correspondence dated March 3, 2016 that was forwarded from Sebago resident Benson Bowditch on behalf of fellow Sebago residents Susan Tappan and Joseph Aldous in reference to “New Business” agenda item a.  A copy of this correspondence will be included in the Planning Board file for this proposed project.  

III     Open to Public Questions – None

IV      Review of Minutes (December 8, 2015)

Phil Lowe made a motion to approve the minutes from December 8, 2015.  It was seconded by Joe McMahon.  Motion carried with all in favor.

V       Old Business    

  • CEO Updates
Nothing reported

  • Goal Setting Items
  • Voting Matrix (finalizing process)
No discussion

  • Review of Escrow Funds for “Outstanding” Subdivisions
No discussion

VI      New Business

  • Site Plan Review – Proposed Use of Property is for Auto/Marine Repair & Restoration – (Property is owned by Steve & Tammy Girardin)
(20 Stormy Brooke Road) – Map 2, Lot 34-E

The applicant was absent from this meeting therefore this agenda item was not discussed.  

  • Miscellaneous Item (Relocation of Meetings)
Maureen Scanlon reported that due to Elections being held on April 12, 2016, June 14, 2016 and November 8, 2016 in the usual meeting room it will be necessary to relocate the regularly scheduled Planning Board meetings on those nights.  She suggested that the meeting room in Fire Station 1 be the first option, with the lower level of the Town Hall building being used if the agenda for any of these meetings suggests that a large audience may be in attendance.  This is due to the fact that the poor acoustics in the lower level of the Town Hall building create a problem when recording the proceedings.  The Board agreed that this would acceptable.  As usual the Board will be advised of the meeting location on the agenda prior to the meeting date.    

VII     Adjournment

Jim Jansz made a motion to adjourn at 7:18 p.m.  It was seconded by Phil Lowe.  Motion carried with all in favor.

Respectfully Submitted,
Maureen F. Scanlon
Administrative Assistant/Deputy Clerk