Conservation commission meeting: Key updates and agenda for June 11, 2024

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Conservation commission meeting: Key updates and agenda for June 11, 2024

The Conservation Commission will hold its next meeting on Tuesday, June 11, 2024, at 7:30 p.m. This meeting will be conducted via Zoom to ensure accessibility and participation from the community. The agenda includes a variety of important topics that concern the local environment and development projects.

Meeting Details:

  • Date and Time: Tuesday, June 11, 2024, at 7:30 p.m.
  • Zoom Link: Join the meeting
  • Dial-In Number: 1-929-205-6099
  • Meeting ID: 826 2949 5317
  • Passcode: 316823

Agenda Highlights:

  1. School Building Committee Chairman – Informational UpdateThe meeting will kick off with an informational update from the School Building Committee Chairman. This segment is expected to provide insights into the progress and plans concerning the local school infrastructure projects, ensuring transparency and community involvement in educational development.
  2. Change to Order of Conditions for 485-487 Blue Hills Parkway Ice HouseThe Commission will discuss proposed changes to the Order of Conditions for the Ice House located at 485-487 Blue Hills Parkway. This discussion will address environmental compliance and potential impacts on the surrounding area, emphasizing the Commission’s role in safeguarding local natural resources.
  3. Request for Determination of Applicability – VHB / DCRRepresentatives from VHB and the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) will present a Request for Determination of Applicability. This item will likely cover whether certain projects or activities are subject to the Wetlands Protection Act, a key regulatory framework for preserving local ecosystems.
  4. New BusinessAny new matters brought to the Commission’s attention will be addressed under New Business. This segment provides an opportunity for community members and officials to raise new environmental issues or concerns that require the Commission’s attention.
  5. AdjournmentThe meeting will conclude with an adjournment, wrapping up the discussions and decisions made during the session.

Community members are encouraged to participate in this meeting to stay informed and involved in local environmental and development issues. The use of Zoom makes it convenient for attendees to join from the comfort of their homes, ensuring broad access and engagement.

For more information and to stay updated on the commission’s activities, visit the Town of Milton’s official website.

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