Information for the upcoming meeting for the Planning Board may be found by following the provided links (in light red):
TOWN OF TOPSHAM
Planning Board Meeting
Tuesday, March 20, 2018 at 7:00 p.m.
100 Main Street, Topsham, ME
A. Call to Order
B. Roll Call
C. Approval of minutes – March 6th draft minutes
D. Public Hearings:
Lee Nissan has submitted a proposed Site Plan Amendment for a 3,220 s. f. addition to the existing development at 107 Main Street, Tax Map U05, Lot 44.
2. Hannaford Supermarket and Pharmacy has submitted a Site Plan Amendment for architectural and landscaping revisions, Go Grocery Pick Up Service, CYLNK Redemption Unit and generator pad to the existing development at 49 Topsham Fair Mall Road, Tax Map R05B, Lot 009B.
3, .Happy Paws Unleashed has submitted a proposed Site Plan Amendment to construct an 864 s. f. building to the existing development at 647 Lewiston Road, Tax Map R02, Lot 60.
4. An Ordinance to amend the Town Code, Chapter 225 - 16 Attachment 1:1 Table of Use Regulations – to amend the table to add and allow certain existing uses within all zoning districts.
Any public member desiring to address the Board shall be recognized by the Chair, shall state name and address for the record, and shall limit remarks to the question under discussion. All remarks and questions addressed to the administration of Town shall be addressed to the Town Planner or Assistant Town Planners through the Chair. No person other than members of the Board and the person having the floor shall enter into any discussion either directly or through a member of the Board without the permission of the presiding officer.
Public members attending Board Meetings also shall observe the same rules of propriety, decorum, and good conduct applicable to the members of the Board. Any person making personal impertinent and slanderous remarks, or who becomes boisterous while addressing the Board or those attending the Board meeting shall be removed from the room if so directed by the presiding officer. Aggravated cases shall be prosecuted on appropriate complaint signed by the presiding officer. In case the presiding officer should fail to act, any member of the Board may move to require the Chair to act to enforce the rules, and the affirmative vote of the Board shall require the presiding officer to act.