GREENFIELD CONSERVATION COMMISSION MEETING
Tuesday, November 22, 2022 at 6:30 PM
Greenfield Department of Planning and Development
Remote Access Online: HERE or by Phone at [1-646-558-8656 US (New York)]
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AGENDA – Revised November 18, 2022
Pursuant to Bill S.2475 Extending Certain COVID-19 Measures Adopted During the State of Emergency, this meeting of the Greenfield Conservation Commission will be conducted via remote participation to the greatest extent possible. Specific information and the general guidelines for remote participation by members of the public and/or parties with a right and/or requirement to attend this meeting can be found below. Every effort will be made to ensure that the public can adequately access the proceedings in real time, via technological means. In the event that we are unable to do so, despite best efforts, we will post on the City of Greenfield website an audio or video recording, transcript, or other comprehensive record of proceedings as soon as possible after the meeting.
Should any technical interruption to the meeting occur and the meeting is suddenly ended, it will not be resumed and all items will be automatically continued to the next scheduled meeting date. Contact the Conservation Agent for more information.
Meeting Access: Remote Access Online https://greenfield-ma-gov.zoom.us/j/91935761487?pwd=c2NlRWp3NE9VUjJCaHpWQ1UwOXdjQT09 or by Phone at [1-646-558-8656 US (New York)] Meeting ID: [919 3576 1487] Password: 
Schedule of Public Meetings & Hearings
The applicant is requesting confirmation of Bordering Vegetated Wetlands (BVW) delineated on a portion of the property located at 340 Leyden Road. Beals + Thomas delineated and flagged two Bordering Vegetated Wetlands onsite in June of 2022 in accordance with the Massachusetts Wetlands Protection Act, as well as the handbook entitled ‘Delineating Bordering Vegetated Wetlands Under the Massachusetts Wetlands Protection Act’ issued by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection.
The proposed project is the demolition of the Rugg Lumber industrial buildings and construction of three storage buildings and a small office. The site work outside of the building includes removing and disposing existing site elements and installing bituminous pavement for a few parking spaces, drives, and storage unit access as well as, 2 retaining walls, fencing, utility connections, stormwater management features, a rain garden, restoring degraded areas, and native plantings.
Other Business & Enforcement Updates
Project Monitoring, Correspondence, & Site Visit Scheduling
Set Next Meeting Date: Tuesday, December 13th, 2022 at 6:30 PM
Posted to: Conservation Comm. on 2022-11-09 13:43:17 (updated 2022-11-18 15:18:27).