Skip Navigation
This table is used for column layout.
Chilmark Town Seal

Spacer
Link to Departments
Link to Board of Selectmen
Link to Town Committees
Link to Summer Information
Link to Permits and Forms
Link to Dump
Link to Documents & Bylaws
Link to How To
Link to Useful Sites
Link to Chilmark Photos
Link to Email Subscriber
Link to Vendor Opportunities
Link to Job Opportunities
Link to Commonwealth Connect
Spacer
Code Red Emergency Notification System

Code Red Emergency Notification System

Public Records Requests Guidelines

Public Records Requests

Pay Bills Online

Website Disclaimer
Welcome to the Town of Chilmark, MA
Zoning Board of Appeals Agenda 08/231/7
   Town of Chilmark
  Zoning Board of Appeals
 Meeting Agenda
  Meeting Title
Start Time
5:00 PM
  Results Desired
Stop Time
6:00 PM
  Date
August 23, 2017

Place
Chilmark Town Hall

   PERSONS ATTENDING
1
Allison Burger  
2
Russell Maloney
3
Wendy Weldon – Vice Chairman
4
Frank LoRusso
5
Chris Murphy – Chairman
6
Allen Healy, Alternate
7
Todd Christy, Alternate
8
9
Chuck Hodgkinson – Admin.
10

                                                                          Meeting
1
5:00 PM:  Discuss proposed amendment to the pool bylaw – Article 4 Section 4.2A3.
2
5:05 PM:  BRUCE MACNELLY FOR NOCKET DOWNS NOMINEE TRUST; Article 8 Section 8.3; 19 Lake Road; Map 35 Lot 3.2:   Alter a pre-existing, non-conforming dwelling by adding an approximate 165 sq. ft. kitchen extension and an approximate 175 sq. ft. entry/bath extension.  The additions will not increase the non-conformity of the structure.  The kitchen extension roof line will match that of the non-conforming roof line of the studio wing.  The entry/bath roof will match the conforming roof of the main body of the existing house.  The project is in the Squibnocket Pond District.
3
DISCUSSION ON ADDITIONAL CHANGES; PETER RODEGAST FOR JACK TAYLOR          (UP-ISLAND, LLC); Aticle 12 Section 12.4C1; Article 8 Section 8.3; 21 Squibnocket Rd.; Map 35     Lot 24:  A Special permit was issued in May 2016 to alter and expand a pre-existing, non-conforming historic structure in the Squibnocket Pond District.  The addition did not exceed the 25% expansion of existing floor area as specified in the bylaw.  The following were the conditions which were satisfied.  1.  Before obtaining a Building Permit the applicant shall return to the Historical Commission to get approval of the final window design on the east and south sides of the historic structure—6 over 6 panes as outlined in the Historical Commission letter dated 1/28/16 or 2 over 1 pane.

In February 2017 the Board subsequently approved changes to the original plan that were as follows:  Relocating the basement bulkhead from the east side to the location previously approved for the west side deck.  Two windows will remain on the south gable as shown on the current structure.  Change two over one to two over two windows and change to two windows and a door on the west side of the house.

The applicant would like to review additional changes to the approved plan.
4
DISCUSSION HEIKKI SOIKKELI FOR STUART AND BETTY COTTON; Article 6                Section 6.11B2; 23 South Ridge Rd.; Map 12 Lot 72:  A Special Permit was issued in April 2017 to build an 820 sq. ft. addition which required a Special Permit under the “Big House” bylaw.  The owners would like to add a bay window to the addition which will add approximately 24 sq. ft. of additional living space. The total area of living space on the 3.4-acre parcel with the addition will be 4,325 sq. ft.  The maximum allowable area by Special Permit is 6,100 sq. ft.  Determine if the change is inconsequential or, requires the hearing to be re-opened.
5
6
ADMINISTRATION:  June 28, 2017 meeting minutes.
                                       Next Meeting:  September 27, 2017


Spacer
Return to Home Page
Chilmark Town Offices: Chilmark Town Offices: 401 Middle Road, P.O. Box 119 02535-0119
Spacer
Spacer
Spacer