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Madison, CT

At a meeting held on March 16, 2019, the Commission took the following action:

19-05.  Regulation Amendment.  Petitioner:  Madison Planning & Zoning Commission.  Petition for a Regulation Amendment to Section 2.4 of the Madison Zoning Regulations relating to Required Frontage and Access.

19-06+CSP.  908 & 916 Boston Post Road.  Map 39, Lots 3 & 4.  R-2 District. Applicant:  Capt’n Griffin, LLC; Owner:  Estate of Dorothy Staley and Frederick J. & Margaret M. Lyle.  Special Exception Permit for nine (9) new residential units pursuant to Section 3.12, Special Use Regulation for small single family cluster developments.  Coastal Site Plan Review required.

19-07.  660 Opening Hill Road.  Map  11, Lot 50.  RU-1 District.  Owner:  Margaret K. Reyer, Trustee; Applicant:  Bob Fiondella.  Resubdivision of 5.19 acres into two lots.

19-08.  300 Green Hill Road.  Map 64, Lot 36.  RU-2 District.  Owner:  Town of Madison; Applicant:  Madison Board of Education Facilities Department.  Site Plan Review Modification for construction of a storage shed behind Daniel Hand High School.

19-09.  209 Boston Post Road.  Map 35, Lot 38.  C District.  Owner:  Gur Rehmat LLC; Applicant:  Greg Sharon.  Special Exception Permit Modification to operate a food cart at the MVP Car Wash from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day.

19-10.  131 Cottage Road.  Map 31, Lot 25.  T District.  Owner:  137 Cottage Rd LLC; Applicant:  Robert E. Dowler.  Special Exception Permit Modification to submit a revised affordability plan for the approved 34-unit apartment project.

19-11.  724 Boston Post Road.  Map 38, Lot 104.  DW/DVD Districts.  Owner:  Key Bank; Applicant  Joe Harvey/Guilford Coffeehouse. Site Plan Review Modification for a coffee house in the Downtown Village District.

19-12.  801 Boston Post Road.  Map 38, Lot 43.  DW District.  Owner:  E.C. Scranton Memorial Library; Applicant:  Library Building Committee.  Minor Site Plan Review for installation of solar panels on library roof.

Ronald C. Clark, Chair