Town of Southwest Harbor

Southwest Harbor Planning Board
February 23, 2017@ 6:00 PM
Southwest Harbor Town Office
AGENDA ITEMS

The Southwest Harbor Planning Board will discuss the following land use standards:
a. Increase lot coverage in Zone B
b. Reduce setback requirements in Zone B
c. Central septic systems serving three or more dwelling to be considered a public utility for purposes of minimum lot size and coverage.
d. 30’ structure height for single family structures in shore land e. Allow seasonal cottages in Harbor, Maritime and Zone A with less than six months occupancy to contain full kitchens and not be considered a dwelling unit for purposes of land area requirements.
f. Reduce minimum dwelling size from 500 s/f to 300 s/f
g. Increase minimum structure height

Town of Trenton

LAND USE ORDINANCE CHANGE

The Board of Selectmen and Planning Board of the Town of Trenton will hold a public hearing on February 28, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. to take comments on the removal of the Permit Required explanation of the Trenton Land Use Ordinance in Article IV.1 General Standards Section 4.1.26 as follows:
Permit Required:

No person shall sell or offer for sale personal property from any residential premises except as permitted by this article. Agricultural products are not considered personal property and not included in this ordinance, therefore not permitted to be sold at or in conjunction with the garage sale. Only the sale of donated personal property and the sale of personal property owned, used and maintained for personal use only by the seller, and not for resale to the public shall be sold from residential premises, and only after issuance to the seller of a permit for such purposes, as follows:
A. A permit may be obtained from the Trenton Town Office. The fee for a permit shall be paid in accordance with the business fee schedule as established by the Board of Selectmen.
B. Permit shall be issued for sales of personal property upon residential premises and not a commercial property, unless the commercial property is also the seller’s primary residence. The permit shall be for a period of no more than three consecutive days, and no more than three permits shall be issued for any one location in any twelve month period. Permits required under this article shall be on forms furnished by the Town of Trenton. Two or more people may hold a garage sale jointly at one location upon obtaining a single permit. The person who resides at the location where the garage sale is held shall be listed as the applicant and it will be considered a neighborhood garage sale.

Interested parties are encouraged to attend.

Town of Mount Desert

Public Hearing Legal Notice
Notice of a public hearing for the proposed amendments to the Mount Desert Land Use Ordinance and Official Land Use Map

This is to notify the public, under the requirements of the Mount Desert Land Use Ordinance Section 2.7 (1), that the Mount Desert Planning Board will hold a public hearing on amendments to the Town’s Land Use Zoning Ordinance and Official Land Use Map.

The purpose of the public hearing is to:

A. Review additional changes to the general provisions of the Land Use Ordinance.

B. Review proposed amendments to the Official Land Use Map.

C. Review proposed amendment to the Sale of Food and Merchandise Ordinance.

The public hearing will be held at 6:00 PM on March 8, 2017. The meeting will be held at the Town Hall Meeting Room, 21 Sea Street, in Northeast Harbor.

Copies of the full text of the amendments and land use map can be found at the Town Office at 21 Sea Street in Northeast Harbor Maine.

Questions or comments can be directed to Noel Musson, the planning consultant assisting the Town with these amendments. He can be reached at (207)244-1161 or by email at noel@themussongroup.com

Katelyn Margaret Whipple

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MORGAN COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA

In the matter of: The Adoption of
KATELYN MARGARET WHIPPLE, an infant.

Case No. 17-A-1

NOTICE OF PUBLICATION

The object of the above proceeding is to obtain a termination of the parental rights of Dennis E. Whipple, in and to Katelyn Margaret Whipple, and to change the name of the said minor child. Take notice that a hearing will be held before the Honorable Laura Faircloth, Judge, Circuit Court of Morgan County, West Virginia, on the 20th day of March, 2017, at 11:00 o’clock a.m. at which time you may be present to protect your interests.
A copy of the petition filed in this matter may be obtained in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Morgan County, West Virginia.

Melanie Stambaugh
Morgan County Circuit Clerk

Town of Mount Desert

MOUNT DESERT, MAINE
NOTICE OF BOARD OF SELECTMEN’S MEETING TO AUTHORIZE
BORROWING UP TO $150,000.00

The Town of Mount Desert will hold a Selectmen’s Meeting on February 21, 2017 in the Meeting House at the Mount Desert Town Office on 21 Sea Street in Northeast Harbor, Maine to consider authorization for the issuance of bonds of the Town in a principal amount not to exceed $150,000.00 to finance professional, technical and construction services associated with improvements to the Town’s street lights. The public is invited to attend. Written comments received before the meeting will be considered.

Town of Bar Harbor

Notice of a Public Hearing
Proposed Land Use Ordinance Amendments
for June 13, 2017 Vote

This is to notify the public that, under the requirements of Bar Harbor Land Use Ordinance, Chapter 125, Article I General Provisions, Section 125-9, the Bar Harbor Town Council will hold a public hearing on the proposed Land Use Ordinance amendments listed below and consider placement on the June 13, 2017 annual Town Meeting Warrant for voting thereon. The public hearing will be held on Tuesday, March 7, 2017 at 7:00 PM in the Council Chambers of the Municipal Building, 93 Cottage Street, Bar Harbor, Maine.

LAND USE ORDINANCE AMENDMENT – Parking Lot – Various districts – Shall an Ordinance dated November 17, 2016 and entitled “An amendment to add the defined use “parking lot” as a principal use permitted by Planning Board site plan review to the Bar Harbor Gateway district, Downtown Village I district, Downtown Village II district, Downtown Village Transitional district, Shoreland General Development III district, Educational Institutional district, Hulls Cove Business district, Ireson Hill Corridor district, Marine Research district and Scientific Research district in the Land Use Ordinance” be enacted?

LAND USE ORDINANCE AMENDMENT – Accessory Uses and Accessory Use Parking – Various districts – Shall an Ordinance dated December 21, 2016 and entitled “An amendment to clarify the definition of accessory use to include accessory use parking; an amendment to permit accessory uses in the Mount Desert Street Corridor district, Downtown Village I district, Downtown Village II district, Downtown Village Transitional district; an amendment to delete redundant accessory use parking lot uses and to clarify that permitted accessory uses and structures are allowed in the following districts: Downtown Residential district, Educational Institutional district, Emery district, Hulls Cove Business district, Hulls Cove Residential district, Hulls Cove Rural district, Indian Point Rural district, Industrial district, Ireson Hill Corridor district, Ireson Hill Residential district, McFarland Hill Residential district, McFarland Hill Rural district, Marine Research district, Otter Creek district, Resource Protection district, Salisbury Cove Corridor district, Salisbury Cove Residential district, Salisbury Cove Rural district, Salisbury Cove Village district, Schooner Head district, Scientific Research district, Shoreland General Development I district, Shoreland General Development II district, Shoreland Limited Residential district, Stream Protection district, Town Hill Business district, Town Hill Residential Corridor district, Town Hill Residential district and Town Hill Rural district in the Land Use Ordinance” be enacted?

LAND USE ORDINANCE AMENDMENT – Parking Deck – Various districts – Shall an Ordinance dated December 21, 2016 and entitled “An amendment to define parking deck and add parking deck use as a principal use permitted by Planning Board site plan review to the following districts: Bar Harbor Gateway district, Downtown Village I district, Downtown Village II district, Shoreland General Development III district, Educational Institutional district, Marine Research district and Scientific Research district in the Land Use Ordinance” be enacted?

LAND USE ORDINANCE AMENDMENT – Off-site Off-street Parking – Various districts – Shall an Ordinance dated December 21, 2016 and entitled “An amendment to add regulations to allow greater utilization of allowed off-site, off-street parking regulations and to add parking reference citations in certain districts in the Land Use Ordinance” be enacted?

LAND USE ORDINANCE AMENDMENT – Parking Garage – Bar Harbor Gateway district – Shall an Ordinance dated December 21, 2016 and entitled “An amendment to define the use “parking garage” and to restore parking garage use permitted by Planning Board site plan review to the Bar Harbor Gateway district also subject to Design Review Board Certificate of Appropriateness in the Land Use Ordinance” be enacted?

LAND USE ORDINANCE AMENDMENT – Parking Garage – Downtown Village I district – Shall an Ordinance dated December 21, 2016 and entitled “An amendment to define the use “parking garage” and to restore parking garage use allowed by Planning Board site plan review to the Downtown Village I district in the Land Use Ordinance” be enacted?

LAND USE ORDINANCE AMENDMENT – Parking Garage – Downtown Village II district – Shall an Ordinance dated December 21, 2016 and entitled “An amendment to define the use “parking garage” and to restore parking garage use allowed by Planning Board site plan review to the Downtown Village II district in the Land Use Ordinance” be enacted?

LAND USE ORDINANCE AMENDMENT – Parking Garage – Educational Institutional district – Shall an Ordinance dated December 21, 2016 and entitled “An amendment to define the use “parking garage” and to add parking garage use by Planning Board site plan review to the Educational Institutional district also subject to Design Review Board Certificate of Appropriateness in the Land Use Ordinance” be enacted?

LAND USE ORDINANCE AMENDMENT – Parking Garage – Marine Research district – Shall an Ordinance dated December 21, 2016 and entitled “An amendment to define the use “parking garage” and to add parking garage use by Planning Board site plan review to the Marine Research district also subject to Design Review Board Certificate of Appropriateness in the Land Use Ordinance” be enacted?

LAND USE ORDINANCE AMENDMENT – Parking Garage – Scientific Research for Eleemosynary Purpose district – Shall an Ordinance dated December 21, 2016 and entitled “An amendment to define the use “parking garage” and to add parking garage use by Planning Board site plan review to the Scientific Research for Eleemosynary Purpose district also subject to Design Review Board Certificate of Appropriateness in the Land Use Ordinance” be enacted?

LAND USE ORDINANCE AMENDMENT – Shoreland Maritime Activities District – Shall an Ordinance dated January 4, 2017 and entitled “An amendment to create a new shoreland district entitled Shoreland Maritime Activities District located at 121 Eden Street, add the district to the Official Neighborhood District Map of Bar Harbor, Maine and to define “parking deck” and “passenger terminal” use in the Land Use Ordinance” be enacted?

LAND USE ORDINANCE AMENDMENT – Minimum Lot Area Per Family – Downtown Village I district and Downtown Village II district – Shall an Ordinance dated November 10, 2016 and entitled “An amendment to adjust minimum lot area per family in the Downtown Village I district and Downtown Village II district in the Land Use Ordinance” be enacted?

Copies of the full text amendments are available at the Town Clerk’s office and Planning Department at 93 Cottage Street, Bar Harbor, Maine 04609. Amendments can also be found on the Town’s website under the Planning Department section at: www.barharbormaine.gov. Public comment is encouraged at the public hearing on March 7, 2017 or may be submitted in advance by email to council@barharbormaine.gov or by US Mail.

Town of Mount Desert

REFUSE COLLECTION NOTICE

There will be no refuse collection on PRESIDENTS DAY, Monday,
February 20, 2017. Monday’s and Tuesday’s collection will be on Tuesday. The remainder of the week is unchanged.

The Town Of Mount Desert Administrative Office will be closed on February 20, 2017, in observance of President’s Day.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION Town policy allows refuse truck drivers to use discretion in collecting refuse on private roads and ways after November 1, or the first snowfall. Drivers will collect from private roads and ways during the winter months whenever conditions are suitable and safe. To aid collection please be sure your road/driveway is plowed and sanded; or place your refuse curbside on the nearest main road.

Questions? Please call the Town Office at 276-5531 or leave a message at the Town Garage at 276-5733.

City of Ellsworth

CITY OF ELLSWORTH PLANNING BOARD
One City Hall Plaza
Ellsworth, Maine 04605

PUBLIC NOTICE and AGENDA for March 1, 2017

The regular meeting of the Ellsworth Planning Board will be held Wednesday, March 1, 2017, at 7:00 PM in the Council Chamber at City Hall to hear public comment and for consideration of the following requests:

1. Adoption of Minutes from the February 1, 2017, meeting.

2. Sketch Plan for a Major Subdivision titled Bridgetwin Estates Phase 2 for Bridgetwin, LLC. The proposal is to extend Bridgetwin Road which is located off the Mariaville Road/Route 180, to create a 14-lot residential land subdivision located on a 27-acre parcel (Tax Map/Lot: 68/3 and 67/3) in the Rural Zone.
a. PUBLIC HEARING AND GENERAL DISCUSSION.

3. Preliminary Plan for a Major Subdivision titled Cedar View Properties for Cedar View Properties, LLC. The proposal is to create a 13-lot residential land subdivision with common space on a 67-acre parcel on Main Street (Tax Map/Lot: 28/12-5 and 28/12-5-2) in the Rural Zone.
a. PUBLIC HEARING AND DETERMINATION OF APPLICATION COMPLETENESS.

4. Sketch Plan for a Major Subdivision Plan and Major Use Site Development Plan titled Commercial Development for Ellsworth Associates, LLC. The proposal is to construct two commercial buildings totaling 16,696 square feet on an 1.8-acre parcel located at 208 High Street, currently developed as an automotive dealership (Tax Map/Lot: 131/47) in the Urban Zone. Building A – 9,400 square feet is proposed to encompass a fast food restaurant, barbershop, retail store, and medical/dental office and building B – is proposed to encompass a retail store.
a. PUBLIC HEARING AND GENERAL DISCUSSION.

5. Final Plan for a Major Use Site Development Plan and Major Subdivision Plan titled 50 Church Street for Stephen Curtain. The proposal is to convert the existing building and to construct an addition, a total of 6,108 SF, for the use of professional offices, a residential apartment, a yoga studio, and a café on a 1.26-acre parcel located at 50 Church Street (Tax Map/Lot: 136/166) in the Downtown Zone.
a. PUBLIC HEARING, DELIBERATIONS, FINDINGS OF FACT, AND CONCLUSIONS.

6. Signing of Mylars.

7. Adjournment.

Union Rover Telephone Company

Public Notice

Union River Telephone Company is a telecommunications carrier committed to providing high quality basic and enhanced services at reasonable rates to all subscribers throughout its service territory. Basic services are offered at the following monthly rates:

Single Party Residence-Economy $ 17.58
Single Party Residence-Premium $ 19.08
Single Party Business-Economy $ 35.17
Single Party Business-Premium $ 38.28
Emergency 911 Service Fee $ 0.45
Tone Dialing Service-Residence $ 1.00
Tone Dialing Service-Business $ 1.25

As a part of its service commitment to subscribers, Union River Telephone Company continually provides voice grade access to the public switched network, interexchange carriers, telecommunications relay service and 911 emergency services. Union River Telephone Co. also provides access to operator services and directory assistance. Each local exchange access line comes with a primary directory listing at no charge and each subscriber automatically receives a directory covering our service territory annually. Furthermore, customers can report service trouble to the Company twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.

Union River Telephone understands the importance of consumers having access to quality local telephone service. To help consumers obtain and keep their local service, Union River Telephone offers Lifeline Service which is a monthly discount on local service charges that is available to qualified consumers. Qualifying low-income individuals subscribing to residential service that are eligible for the Lifeline telephone assistance program will receive discounts off basic local charges and are eligible for toll blocking at no charge. Additional information may be obtained by contacting the Union River Telephone Company business office.

Basic services are offered to all customers in the Company’s service territory at the rates, terms and conditions specified in the Company’s tariff on file with the Maine Public Utilities Commission. If you have questions regarding Union River Telephone’s services or rates, please call 207-584-9911 or toll free 800-944-5404. We welcome customer feedback through our customer service department at any time and remain available to answer any questions you may have about the telecommunications services we provide.

Regional School Union #24

REQUEST FOR
SCHOOL BUS DISPOSAL / PURCHASE BIDS

Regional School Unit #24 is disposing of 2 full-size, 77 passenger school buses.

The buses can be viewed at the RSU 24 Bus Garage at 2165 US HWY 1, Sullivan, ME (Garage located behind the RSU 24 District Services Facility).

Both buses are used with usual rust for vehicles of their age and are sold as is where is.

• Bus 714: 2003 Freightliner, MBE 900 Mercedes diesel engine, 163,443 miles, runs great, needs a transmission module to be driven

• Bus 716: 2002 Freightliner, MBE 900 Mercedes diesel engine, 134,408 miles, runs and drives

Written bids, clearly marked “School Bus Disposal”, shall be delivered to: David L. Bridgham, Business Manager, Regional School Unit #24, 2165 US HWY 1, Sullivan, ME 04664. Bids may be mailed, faxed to (207) 422-2029, or transmitted by e-mail to dbridgham@rsu24.org.

Bids are due by 2:00 P.M. Friday, March 3, 2017. Please direct any questions to Transportation Supervisor Bion Holbrook at (207) 422-2017 ext125 or by e-mail bholbrook@rsu24.org.

Regional School Unit #24 reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to accept and/or reject any and all Bids.