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<br />PLANNING BOARD MINUTES <br />MEETING OF JANUARY 17, 2018 <br /> <br />A meeting of the Lexington Planning Board, held in the Selectmen’s Meeting Room was called to <br />order at 7:01 p.m. by Chair, Richard Canale with members Ginna Johnson, Charles Hornig, <br />Nancy Corcoran-Ronchetti, and Bob Creech, and planning staff Aaron Henry, David Fields, and <br />Lori Kaufman present. <br /> <br />*******************************STAFF REPORTS******************************** <br />Anticipated Meetings: <br /> <br />The next Planning Board meetings will be January 31, February 14, 28, and March 14. <br />The Planning Board in coordination with the Comprehensive Plan Advisory Committee) CPAC <br />meeting will be held on January 30, 2018, at 7:00 p.m. in Estabrook Hall. <br />The Planning Board met with the Board of Selectmen to discuss the economic development plan <br />for North Hartwell Avenue which will take place during the Special Fall Town Meeting. <br />************************COMPREHENSIVE PLAN UPDATE*********************** <br />Comprehensive Plan Update: <br />Mr. Henry said staff was finalizing contracts for a facilitator and panel discussions for the <br />meeting scheduled for Tuesday, January 30, at 7:00 p.m. in Estabrook Hall for the first meeting <br />with the CPAC. <br /> <br />*********************DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION************************ <br />15-17 Fairland Street, Preliminary subdivision: <br />Ms. Johnson recused herself since her son worked with the team and might again this summer. <br />Mr. John Farrington, attorney, James S. DeCelle and Jim Burke, from DeCelle-Burke-Sala, <br />Project Engineers, Mark Barons, developer and owner of three parcels were present. Mr. DeCelle <br />said no waivers are being requested for the 8 new lots on the extension of Gafford Avenue, and <br />would not include 185 Lincoln Street as part of the subdivision. Mr. DeCelle said they gave <br />responses to the Engineering Department’s questions and submitted them at the meeting for the <br />Board’s review. <br />Mr. Farrington said this project will be creating 6 new houses there are two legal issues one <br />discussing how to do the ANR at 185 Lincoln Street and there is a landlocked abutting piece of <br />property that was signed off approximately 4 or 5 years ago and requires further discussion before <br />the next visit with Mr. Henry and Mr. Fields. <br /> <br />