CVI DEVELOPMENT, INC., by Eric Farris
Major Subdivision/Cluster Subdivision/9 Lots with Open Space
Location: Bedford Road
Tax Map/Lot #8/62 & 8/62-1
Residential-Agricultural “R-A” District
The Chairman read the public hearing notice. Present in the audience was the applicant, Eric Farris. Interested parties present were several residents of Fraser Drive, Maria and J.C. Irizary, Brian Cail and Suzanne O’Brien.
The Chairman stated that there were no outstanding issues on the completion of Fraser Drive. Eric Farris stated that was aware he owed a final invoice payment to Dufresne-Henry, Inc., which he would submit tonight along with the signed Drainage Easement.
Brian Cail asked if the plans of the Fraser Drive subdivision included a stone wall and sign to be constructed at the entrance of the road. The Planning Assistant reviewed the plans and replied that they did not. She then noted that Dufresne-Henry, Inc.’s final invoice amount totaled $105.00. Eric Farris submitted a check in this amount to the Planning Assistant. The Planning Assistant stated that the As-Built Plans had been signed off. James Nordstrom asked if any associated fees were still outstanding. The Planning Assistant replied that there would be a fee for recording the drainage easement.
James Nordstrom MOVED to confirm compliance with the conditions subsequent to the approval of the Major Subdivision/9 Lots of Tax Map/Lot #8/62, Bedford Road, and to notify the Selectmen that the Conditions Precedent had been confirmed and subject to:
1. Receipt of recording fees for drainage easement.
Dave Woodbury seconded the motion and it PASSED unanimously.
Eric Farris asked that the funds held in security now be released. Brian Cail asked if Fraser Drive was now considered a Town road. The Chairman explained that the Selectmen still needed to accept the road as a Town road which would be considered at their next scheduled meeting. Dave Woodbury noted that the next meeting of the Selectmen would be held on February 7, 2005. Brian Cail wanted an assurance that Eric Farris would be responsible for snow removal on Fraser Drive up to the time of the road’s acceptance given that his escrow funds were being released. James Nordstrom stated that Brian Cail’s point was valid and thought it should be incorporated into the motion.
James Nordstrom MOVED to amend the motion to include the stipulation that escrow funds would be released for construction, administration or bond security for road completion subsequently at the time of the road’s acceptance by the Selectmen.
Bob Furey seconded the motion and it PASSED unanimously.