Quincy Conservation Commission

Quincy Conservation - Butler Pond/Merrymount Road - Granted

Butler Pond/Merrymount Road

Quincy Conservation Board - 444 Granite Street - Granted

444 Granite Street
Notice of Intent filed by: City of Quincy. The applicant proposes the demolition of an existing school and other associated buildings onsite and construction of one school building, parking lots, landscaping areas, hardscape areas, and driveways per plans.
BORDERING LAND SUBJECT TO FLOODING

Quincy Conservation Board - 7 Chickatabot Rd - Granted

Continued Case - 7 Chickatabot Road
Request for Determination of Applicability filed by: Erin Medeiros. The applicant proposes to add approximately 1’ to 2’ of gravel to driveway area of existing house. Proponent also wishes to seal this filled area with bituminous concrete surface. The reason for this is to keep flood waters that breach adjacent seawall from filling the basement of this house.
LAND SUBJECT TO COASTAL STORM FLOWAGE

Quincy Conservation Board: 136 Bayview Ave - Granted

136 Bayview Avenue
Notice of Intent filed by: Massachusetts Department of Conservation & Recreation/Lt. Robert Gillian. The project will include the removal and replacement of the existing boat launching and associated rip-rap, as well as replacement of the pier of the existing floating dock and alignment of the floating dock through the installation of steel guide piles.

Quincy Conservation Board: 7 Chickatabot Rd - Continued to Feb 1, 2017

7 Chickatabot Road
Request for Determination of Applicability filed by: Erin Medeiros. The applicant proposes to add approximately 1’ to 2’ of gravel to driveway area of existing house. Proponent also wishes to seal this filled area with bituminous concrete surface. The reason for this is to keep flood waters that breach adjacent seawall from filling the basement of this house.
LAND SUBJECT TO COASTAL STORM FLOWAGE

Central Middle School Approved For Condos

On 3 June, the Quincy Conservation Commission approved an order of conditions for a project by Edgewood Development Co. that proposes to renovate the former Central Middle School building into condominiums. Based in Plainville, Edgewood Development Co. purchased the property at 1022 Hancock Street last year from the city for $3 million. The proposal calls for the 121-year-old building to be developed as 46 condos and must also be approved by Quincy’s zoning and planning boards. The hearing by the planning board regarding the Edgewood development will resume tonight.

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