Legal Advertisements - Week of March 30, 2023
TOWN OF DARTMOUTH
Notice is hereby given under M.G.L. Chapter 40A, Section 5 (The Zoning Act) of a PUBLIC HEARING to be held at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, April 10, 2023 in the Planning Board’s Meeting Room #315 of the Town Office Building, 400 Slocum Road, Dartmouth, MA. The hearing concerns a warrant article for the June 6, 2023 Dartmouth Town Meeting:
To see if the Town will vote to amend §375-1 of the Zoning By-Law, dealing with Preamble. This warrant article would update §375-1.1 of the Zoning By-Law, by changing the reference to the 2007 Dartmouth Master Plan to the 2023 Dartmouth Master Plan, as well as adding three statements to the end of §375-1.1.B.Dartmouth Community Values: Our Vision for the Future.
TTo see if the Town will vote to amend §375-2 of the Zoning By-Law, dealing with the Explanation and Purpose of the Zoning By-Law. The warrant article would update§375-2.2 to 14 classes of Districts. The update would also include a reorganization of the list of the classes of Districts. Amend the title of § 375-2.3 to add “and Overlay”, then to add text that references to the six overlay districts and their boundaries. The warrant article would amend §375-2.3.A. of the By-Law to reference to the June 6, 2023 Zoning Map amendment. Noboundary changes are proposed to the districts or overlays within § 375-2 of the By-Law.
To see if the Town will vote to amend §375-5 of the Zoning By-Law, dealing with “Definitions and Accessory Uses” of the Zoning By-Law. This warrant article would change the title of the By-Law to “Use Table and Definitions” and add a new section § 375-5.1 “Use Table” to the Zoning By-Law. The warrant article update will add Definitions to § 375-5.2 to the By-Law for clarification that is consistent with the Use Table. No changes are proposed to the districts or overlays within § 375-2 of the by-law.
To see if the Town will vote to amend §375-14 of the Zoning By-Law, dealing with Neighborhood Business Districts of Zoning By-Law. This warrant article would add the following “; provided, that no drive-through services shall be allowed as part of this use” to the end of § 375-14.1.I.
Or take any action relative thereto for each Article.
The full text of this article may be seen on the Town Website https://www.town.dartmouth.ma.us/ or by
appointment with the Planning Department (Room 315), Town Hall, 400 Slocum Road, Dartmouth, MA.
Kevin Melo, Chairperson
Dartmouth Planning Board
March 23, 2023 and March 30, 2023
Also posted on masspublicnotices.org
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION WETLANDS & WATERWAYS PROGRAM
Chapter 91 and 401 Water Quality Certification Public Notice Massachusetts Department of Conservation & Recreation Chapter 91 Application No. 23-WW26-0001-APP
Notification Date: March 31, 2023
Pursuant to M.G.L. c.91 and 33 U.S.C. 1341 and M.G.L. c. 21 §43, notice is given of a Chapter 91 and 401 Water Quality Certification Combined Application by the Massachusetts Department of Conservation & Recreation to reconstruct and maintain a culvert and remove stones at 115 Barneys Joy Road, in the municipality of Dartmouth, in and over the waters of Giles Creek. The proposed project has been determined to be water-dependent pursuant to 310 CMR 9.12(2)(a). Additional information regarding this application, including plans and associated documents, may be obtained by contacting the Waterways Regulation Program at (508) 946-2785 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Written comments regarding 401 Water Quality Certification issues must be sent within twenty-one (21) days of this notice to:
Department of Environmental Protection Division of Wetlands and Waterways Attn: Mark Bartow 20 Riverside Drive Lakeville, MA 02347
Written comments regarding Chapter 91 components of the project must be sent within thirty (30) days of this notice to:
Department of Environmental Protection Division of Wetlands and Waterways Attn: Andrew L. Jones 20 Riverside Drive Lakeville, MA 02347
Any group of ten citizens or more, with at least five of the ten residents residing in the municipality(s) in which the license or permitted activity is located, any aggrieved person, or any governmental body or private organization with a mandate to protect the environment who submits written comments may appeal the Department’s Chapter 91 Permit/401 Water Quality Certification. Failure to submit written comments before the end of the public comment period may result in the waiver of any right to an adjudicatory hearing.