RCL Conservation Commission Detail March 14, 2019

RCL Notes

RYE CONSERVATION COMMISSION Thursday, March 14, 2019
7:00 p.m. – Rye Town Hall

Official Draft Minutes: Click Here

Video Streaming of Meeting: Click Here

Headlines

  1. Commission voted all in favor to contact Selectmen to request extension of temporary leash zone law for another year given sight and control ordinance did not pass.
  2. Members have observed multiple unleashed dogs in the town forest leash zones after the election, the temporary ordinance still being in force until April 1st.
  3. 2019 officers were elected: Sally King, Chair; Suzanne McFarland Vice Chair; Mike Garvan, Secretary.

55 Harbor Road
Property Owner: Thibault, Seacoast Property Holdings Steve Riker, Ambit Engineering

Minor changes to plan. A walkway eliminated and plantings added to plan.

125 Central Road
Owners: Sargent
Mark West, West Environmental

Building Inspector had expressed concerns about encroachment into wetlands. There has been lots of clean up at the site and owner will be planting native plants. A site walk was scheduled.

2065 Ocean Blvd
Property Owner: Gray
Mark West, West Environmental

There was some cleanup done and wood left on the ground. In 2002 permission was given to grade right to the wetlands which is 50 feet from the house. A landscaping plan was presented to plant and mulch to provide a buffer. A site walk was scheduled.

Other Business

Commission voted all in favor to contact Selectmen to request extension of temporary leash zone law for another year given sight and control ordinance did not pass.

Members have observed multiple unleashed dogs in the town forest leash zones after the election, the temporary ordinance still being in force until April 1st.

Officers were elected: Sally King, Chair; Suzanne McFarland Vice Chair; Mike Garvan, Secretary.

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