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Recent Actions by Milford Town Boards

Board of Selectmen

• Appointed Alan Graham of Upton as the town's new Information Technology director, starting June 1 at a salary of $89,650. (May 12)

• Granted Marshall's of Milford a Second-Hand/Antique Dealer license for its 154 West St. store. (May 12)

• Approved a contract not to exceed $57,000 with GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc. of Springfield to prepare all

permit applications for the Milford Pond restoration

project. (May 12)

• Approved erecting four "School Drop-off and Pick-Up Only. No Parking" signs on both sides of Walnut St. and installing "No Parking" signs on the remainder of Walnut St. to improve a parking problem at the drop-off area for Memorial Elementary School. The curbing between Emmons St. and Grant St. also will be painted yellow to indicate a "No Parking" zone.(May 12)

• Approved a "Braking Aids" bicycle ride through Milford between 8:15 and 10:30 a.m. on September 12. (May 12)

• Granted Pinz at 110 South Main St. an extension of its Common Victualler license hours for Milford High School's after prom party on May 23 and Douglas High School's after graduation party on June 6. (May 12)

• Approved the Milford Lions Club's request to hang a banner over Main St. (at numbers 169-171 to 208) from May 13 to June 13. (May 12)

Planning Board

• Approved a request to reconfigure three lots at 333 Purchase St. (May 6)

• Approved a Site Plan Review to tear down the existing McDonald's restaurant at 143-147 Medway Road (Route 109) and build a new, smaller one in its place. (May 6)

• Approved an Amended Site Plan allowing Verallia – formerly Saint-Gobain Containers, Inc. – to install air pollution control systems at its 1 National St. facility. The construction would include increasing the height of an exhaust stack from 70 to 168 feet high. (May 6)

• Voted to give an unfavorable recommendation to the Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) on a variance request by Michael Loura to construct a 12-foot by 16-foot shed on his 20 Muriel Lane property that would be 10 feet closer than allowed to a side lot line. (May 6)

• Voted 3-2 to give a favorable recommendation to the ZBA on a variance request by Kevin Hunter to build a 14-foot by 32-foot pool house 18 feet closer to the rear lot line than allowed and an existing deck be allowed to be11 feet closer to the rear lot line than allowed. (May 6)

• Closed a public hearing and took under advisement the request to approve the definitive plans for the proposed 33-lot Sanylah Crossing residential subdivision off Fiske Mill Road. (May 6)

• Continued until its next meeting reviewing an Amended Site Plan request by Hannaford Brothers, Inc. to install a drive-through canopy for people to pick up groceries at its 7 Medway Road (Route 109) supermarket. (May 6)

Zoning Board of Appeals

• Found that a proposed two-family house to be built at 24 Water St. would not be "more detrimental" to the neighborhood than the previous home at the site, which was destroyed by fire. This "finding" enables the house to

be built without the need for obtaining a special permit. (May 8)

• Granted a variance to Kevin and Lisa Hunter to construct a 14-foot by 32-foot shed/pool house and maintain an existing deck at 3 Field Pond Road, provided that an existing shed be removed. (May 8)

• Granted a variance to Michael Loura of 20 Muriel Lane to build a 12-foot by 16-foot shed on his property. (May 8)


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