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LEGAL NOTICE

At its regularly scheduled meeting held on December 20, 2004, the Washington Zoning Commission took the following action:

APPROVED: The Special Permit application: Section 9.4.1. submitted by David Connolly, Inc./249 New Milford Turnpike for an addition and alternations to the existing commercial building with condition.

Dated 12/27/04

Janet M. Hill, Zoning Enforcement Officer


WASHINGTON LEGAL NOTICE

At A Public Hearing on December 16, 2004 the WASHINGTON ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS took the following actions:

CONTINUED: ZBA-0418 Request of Najma Kadosh, 147 Wykeham Road, for a variance from Zoning Regulation 11.6.1.c (front yard setback), additions to existing garage.

CONTINUED: ZBA-0421 Request of Edward & Linda Sasson, 2 June Road, to petition for special exception for expansion of nonconforming dwelling.

APPROVED: ZBA-0422 Request of Lawrence H. O'Toole, 46 Kielwasser Road, for a variance from Zoning Regulations 12.1.1 (setback from watercourse) and 17.4.a (increasing a nonconforming structure), for additions to existing garage.

Pamela L. Osborne
ZBA Secretary
December 17, 2004


THE TOWN HALL WILL BE CLOSED ON FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31. THIS WAS NOT INCLUDED ON THE 2004 HOLIDAY LIST. WE WILL ALSO BE CLOSED ON DECEMBER 24TH, WHICH IS ON THE LIST. ON DECEMBER 23 WE WILL CLOSE AT 3 P.M.; HOWEVER, THE OFFICES WILL REMAIN OPEN STRAIGHT THROUGH FROM 9 AM TO 3 P.M.


TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE

Notice is hereby given to the Taxpayers of the Town of Washington that the second installment of the October 1, 2003 Grand List and supplemental motor vehicle bills becomes due and payable on the 1st day of January 2005. The last day to pay taxes without interest is February 1, 2005, postmarks are accepted.

The Tax Collector will be at Bryan Memorial Town Hall, Washington Depot, CT Monday through Friday during the month of January 2005 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Saturday January 29, 2005 the office will be open from 9:00 am to Noon.

Interest at the rate of eighteen percent (18%) per annum or one and one half percent (1 1/2%) per month will be charged from January 1st for all taxes unpaid for one month after it becomes due. Minimum interest rate is $2.00.

For return of receipts, enclose payment coupon and a self addressed stamped envelope.

Tax collector's office makes every effort to show all your past due accounts, if any, on a statement that is mailed out in December. Any past due taxes must be paid in full before payment on current bills can be accepted. Any payment you remit will be applied to past due taxes and interest charges first.

If motor vehicle taxes remain unpaid, you will be unable to renew vehicle registrations with the Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles, per Conn. Gen. Stat. 14-33. Past due motor vehicle taxes must be paid in full by cash, cashiers' check or money order in order to receive immediate DMV clearance.

As owners of property, taxpayers are responsible to see that taxes are paid when due. Failure to have received a bill does not exempt the taxpayer from payment of all taxes and all interest charges and collection costs, as per Conn. Gen. Stat. 12-130 and 12-146. Interest is charged on all late payments. There are no exceptions.

If you do not receive a tax bill you are supposed to pay, or if you have any questions about the bill you received, please call the Tax Collector's Office at (860-868-7796 or fax your correspondence to 860-868-3103 or email at Tax@Washingtonct.org.

Tanya J. Wescott, CCMC


LEGAL NOTICE

The WASHINGTON ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS will hold Public Hearings on Thursday December 16, 2004 at 7:30pm. in the Land Use Room, 2 Bryan Plaza, Washington, CT in re the following:

ZBA-0418 Continued request of Najma Kadosh, 147 Wykeham Road, for a variance from Zoning Regulation 11.6.1.c (front yard setback), additions to existing garage.

ZBA-0421 Request of Edward & Linda Sasson, 2 June Road, to petition for special exception for expansion of nonconforming dwelling.

ZBA-0422 Request of Lawrence H. O'Toole, 46 Kielwasser Road, for a variance from Zoning Regulations 12.1.1 (setback from watercourse) and 17.4.a (increasing a nonconforming structure), for additions to existing garage.

At the Hearings interested parties will be heard and written communications received. Immediately following each Hearing, the board will meet to discuss and decide the applications, which are available for public review in the Land Use Office, Town Hall.

Pamela L. Osborne
ZBA Secretary


LEGAL NOTICE

The WASHINGTON ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS will hold Public Hearings on Thursday November 18, 2004 at 7:30pm. in the Land Use Room, 2 Bryan Plaza, Washington, CT in re the following:

ZBA-0416 Continued Request of Keith Jepsen & Kathleen Dore, 144 East Shore Road, for a variance from Zoning Regulation 11.6.1.c (front yard setback) and 17.4.a (increasing the nonconformity of a nonconforming structure), for additions to existing cabin.

ZBA-0417 Request of Jennifer & Neil Mitchell, 18 Shinar Mountain Road, for a variance from Zoning Regulation 12.14.1 (generator location), to install a generator.

ZBA-0418 Request of Najma Kadosh, 147 Wykeham Road, for a variance from Zoning Regulation 11.6.1.c (front yard setback), additions to existing garage.

ZBA-0419 Request of Dale and Marvin Meltzer, 19 Rabbit Hill Road, to petition for special exception for expansion of nonconforming dwelling.

ZNA-0420 Request of Richard G. Dutton, 28 Sunny Ridge Road, for a variance from Zoning Regulations 12.14.1 & 12.14.3 (generator location), to install a generator.

At the Hearings interested parties will be heard and written communications received. Immediately following each Hearing, the board will meet to discuss and decide the applications, which are available for public review in the Land Use Office, Town Hall.

Pamela L. Osborne
ZBA Secretary


LEGAL NOTICE

At its regular meeting held on Wednesday, October 27, 2004 the Washington Inland Wetlands Commission took the following action:

APPROVED: Pickett, Johnson, Gillette, Skorski/4 New Preston Hill Road and 19,23,25 East Shore Road/#IW-04-50/Dredge Pond and Install Dry Hydrant, with conditions.

APPROVED: Lake Waramaug Country Club/19 Golf Links Road/#IW-04-49/ Golf Course Drainage Improvements, with conditions.

APPROVED: Ross/24 Wilbur Road/#IW-04-59/Commercial Building, Parking, Driveway, and Detention Basin, with conditions.

APPROVED: Steep Rock Assn./124 Christian Street/#IW-04-60/ Accessway and Parking Area.

APPROVED: Parent/71 Calhoun Hill Road/#IW-04-61/Reconstruct Bridge and Restore Disturbed Area, with condition.

APPROVED: Mayfair Properties/116 Woodbury Road/#IW-04-63/Restore Barn, with conditions.

Dated 10/29/04
Janet M. Hill
Land Use Coordinator


Request for Proposals
Washington Depot Village Area Study

The Town of Washington is requesting proposals from experienced planning and/or design professionals to conduct a study of the Washington Depot Village area, as described in the Plan of Conservation and Development.

Proposals will be accepted on behalf of the Planning Commission until November 19, 2004 at 5 p.m. by the Land Use Administrator at Bryan Memorial Town Hall, 2 Bryan Plaza, Lower Level, P.O. Box 383, Washington Depot, Connecticut 06794. Documents may be obtained or examined at that office or by calling 8860-868-0844. The Town Plan of Development is available for review on the Town website at www.washingtonct.org.

The Town of Washington reserves the right to reject and all proposals, in whole or in part, and to waive technical defects, irregularities and omissions if, in its judgment the best interests of the Town will be served. The Town is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Dated at Washington, Connecticut this 25th day of October, 2004.

Richard C. Sears
Nicholas N. Solley
Harry H. Wyant

Board of Selectmen


Legal Notice

At its regularly scheduled meeting held on Wednesday, October 13, 2004 the Washington Inland Wetlands Commission took the following action:

DENIED WITHOUT PREJUDICE: Sasson/4 June Road/#IW-04-44ATF/ Repair retaining wall, stone deck, and walkway

DENIED WITHOUT PREJUDICE: Miles, Trustee/204 Wykeham Road/ #IW-04-47/Construct driveway

APPROVED: Town of Washington/17 East Shore Road/#IW-04-51/ Repair retaining wall: with conditions

APPROVED: Carron/58 Gunn Hill Road/#IW-04-55/Addition, terraces, and driveway

APPROVED: Hildmann/34 Popple Swamp Road/#IW-03-15/Request to revise permit/Paddocks: with conditions

Dated 10/15/04
Janet M. Hill, Land Use Coordinator


LEGAL NOTICE

The WASHINGTON HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION will conduct a Public Hearing in the Land Use Meeting Room, Bryan Memorial Town Hall, Washington Depot, CT on Monday, October 18, 2004 at 7:30PM to consider the following application for a Certificate of Appropriateness:

Calhoun Street LLC /175 Calhoun Street /Relocate driveway, siding on garage and connector, extend addition and change roof line.

At this hearing interested persons may appear and written communications will be received. The application is on file in the Land Use Office, Bryan Memorial Town Hall, Washington Depot, CT.

Dated October 7, 2004

Martha T. Shade, Secretary


At its regularly scheduled meeting held on September 27, 2004, the Washington Zoning Commission took the following action:

APPROVED: The Special Permit application: Section 9.4.1.a submitted by Mr. Waldron/167 New Milford Turnpike for a workshop and retail business.

APPROVED: Request by the Washington Community Housing Trust to revise the approved site plan for 16 Church Street to reduce and realign lighting, pave the rear parking area, relocate the buried propane tank, relocate the buried fire fighting cistern, and delete and relocate sidewalks.

DENIED: Request by the Washington Community Housing Trust to amend condition #7 of the Special Permit for 16 Church Street to allow asphalt sidewalks.

Dated 10/4/04

Janet M. Hill, Zoning Enforcement Officer


WASHINGTON LEGAL NOTICE

The WASHINGTON ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS will hold Public Hearings on Thursday October 21, 2004 at 7:30pm. in the Land Use Room, 2 Bryan Plaza, Washington, CT in re the following:

ZBA-0412 Continued Request of 185 West Morris Road Ltd, 185 West Morris Road, for a variance from Zoning Regulations 12.14.3 (generator location) and 11.6.1.c (front yard setback) to install a generator.

ZBA-0413 Continued Request of Scott Meeker/Denscot Pool & Spa, 269 New Milford Trpk, for a variance from Zoning Regulation 16.5.1 ( non residential district signs from front property line) to install a sign.

ZBA-0415 Continued Request of Lewis & Fay Manderson, 134 Nettleton Hollow Road, for a variance from Zoning Regulation 12.14.2 (pool equipment location), to install pool equipment.

ZBA-0416 Request of Keith Jepsen & Kathleen Dore, 144 East Shore Road, for a variance from Zoning Regulation 11.6.1.c (front yard setback) and 17.4.a (increasing the nonconformity of a nonconforming structure), for additions to existing cabin.

ZBA-0417 Request of Jennifer & Neil Mitchell, 18 Shinar Mountain Road, for a variance from Zoning Regulation 12.14.1 (generator location), to install a generator.

At the Hearings interested parties will be heard and written communications received. Immediately following each Hearing, the board will meet to discuss and decide the applications, which are available for public review in the Land Use Office, Town Hall.

Pamela L. Osborne
ZBA Secretary


LEGAL NOTICE

At its regular meeting on September 22, 2004 the WASHINGTON INLAND WETLANDS COMMISSION took the following action:

APPROVED: Lovelace/Upper Church Hill Road/Assessor's Map #6-8, Lot #23/ #IW-04-52/Drainage for new dwelling, with condition.

APPROVED: Mayfair Properties, LLC./116 Woodbury Road/#IW-04-54/Dredge Pond, Replace dam and culvert, with condition.

APPROVED: Velseboer/337 Romford Road/#IW-04-53ATF/Garage and Patios

APPROVED: Armstrong/72 Mygatt Road/#IW-99-16/Request to revise approved plan to run electrical service through an intermittent watercourse, with conditions.

Dated 9/30/04
Janet M. Hill, Land Use Coordinator


PERSONAL PROPERTY DECLARATIONS

Local businesses, such as plumbers & carpenters, farmers & shop owners, home offices & professional offices are required by state statue to file personal property declarations between October 1st and November 1st. Property to be declared includes furniture, fixtures, office equipment, computers, construction equipment, farm & lawn equipment, vending machines, unregistered motor vehicles, etc. Businesses owning personal property located in Washington, though based elsewhere, must also file. Failure to declare personal property by Nov. 1 carries a 25 percent penalty.

The Assessor's office will be mailing declaration forms to all businesses that have previously filed. For those who do not receive forms, declarations are available at the Assessor's office in Bryan Memorial Town Hall. Please call 860 868-0398 for further information.


TAX EXEMPTIONS FOR VETERANS

The Assessor's office reminds residents who are honorably discharged veterans, who served at least 90 consecutive days during wartime or have a disability rating, that they may be eligible for tax exemptions.

Veterans who already have filed with the town for their tax exemption and who are not disabled or low-income do not need to file again.

To receive exemptions, veterans who have not previously filed with the town must provide the original or certified copy of their discharge papers (DD214) to the town clerk on or before Sept. 30. This filing needs to be done only once, as long as the veteran remains a town resident.

Disabled veterans must file their disability certificates from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs with the assessment office each year by Jan. 31. The disability certificate must be filed annually until the veteran reaches age 65. At age 65, filing is no longer required and the exemption will be automatic.

An additional exemption is available for low-income veterans. Current income limits for the 2004 calendar year, including Social Security, are $26,500 for a single person and $32,300 for a married person. If a veteran is 100% disabled, his or her Social Security income is not included in the total income. Applications for this exemption must be filed on or before Oct. 1. To maintain the exemption, applications must be filed every two years.

Veterans with questions should call the Assessor's office at 868-0398 for more information.


WARNING - ANNUAL TOWN MEETING

The voters and electors of the Town of Washington are hereby warned that the Annual Town Meeting will be held on Monday, October 4, 2004 at 7:30 p.m. at Bryan Memorial Town Hall, Washington Depot, Connecticut to consider and act upon the following:

1. To set the dates for the annual town budget hearing and meeting in May of 2005.
2. To introduce the Town Planning Process.

Dated at Washington Connecticut, this 24th day of September 2004.

Richard C. Sears
Nicholas N. Solley
Harry W. Wyant
Board of Selectmen


LEGAL NOTICE

At its Regular Meeting on September 8, 2004 2004, the WASHINGTON INLAND WETLANDS COMMISSION took the following action:

APPROVED: Turner/185 West Morris Road/#IW-04-45ATF/Generator and Fence

APPROVED: Haber/58 Upper Church Hill Road/#IW-04-46/Additions to Existing Dwelling with condition

APPROVED: Phillip/41 Tinker Hill Road/#IW-04-48/Septic Repair

Dated 9/16/04

Janet M. Hill, Land Use Coordinator


WASHINGTON LEGAL NOTICE

The WASHINGTON ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS will hold Public Hearings on Thursday September 16, 2004 at 7:30pm. in the Land Use Room, 2 Bryan Plaza, Washington, CT in re the following:

ZBA-0412 Request of 185 West Morris Road Ltd, 185 West Morris Road, for a variance from Zoning Regulations 12.14.3 (generator location) and 11.6.1.c (front yard setback) to install a generator.

ZBA-0413 Request of Scott Meeker/Denscot Pool & Spa, 269 New Milford Trpk, for a variance from Zoning Regulation 16.5.1 ( non residential district signs from front property line) to install a sign.

ZBA-0414 Request of Jennifer and Neil Mitchell, 18 Shinar Mountain Road, for a variance from Zoning Regulations 12.14.1 & 12.14.3 (generator location) and 11.6.1 (setback), to install a generator.

ZBA-0415 Request of Lewis & Fay Manderson, 134 Nettleton Hollow Road, for a variance from Zoning Regulation 12.14.2 (pool equipment location), to install pool equipment.

At the Hearings interested parties will be heard and written communications received. Immediately following each Hearing, the board will meet to discuss and decide the applications, which are available for public review in the Land Use Office, Town Hall.

Pamela L. Osborne
ZBA Secretary


LEGAL NOTICE

At its regularly scheduled meeting held on August 23, 2004, the Washington Zoning Commission took the following action:

APPROVED: The Special Permit application: Section 6.4.6 submitted by Mr. Paggioli/1 Tinker Hill Road for a fence on the lake side of West Shore Road with condition.

APPROVED: The Special Permit application: Section 13.11.3 submitted by Mr. Averill for a detached accessory apartment at 10 New Preston Hill Road.

APPROVED: Renewal of Special Permit: Section 13.16 issued to Mr. Tracy for Shop and Storage Use at 47 Rabbit Hill Road.

Dated 8/27/04
Janet M. Hill, Zoning Enforcement Officer


Legal Notice

At its regularly scheduled meeting held on Wednesday, August 11, 2004 the Washington Inland Wetlands Commission took the following action:

APPROVED: Adams/136 West Shore Road/#IW-04-28ATF/Repair Parking Area, with condition.

APPROVED: Pullaro/23 Calhoun Street/#IW-04-36/Pave Driveway, with condition

APPROVED: Kessler/105 West Mountain Road/#IW-04-42/Dredge Silt Basin,, with condition

APPROVED: Page/15 Church Hill Road/#IW-04-43/Septic Repair

Dated 8/17/04
By Janet M. Hill
Land Use Coordinator


Legal Notice

At its regularly scheduled meeting held on August 3, 2004, the Washington Planning Commission took the following action:

APPROVED: The application to designate Shinar Mountain Road as a scenic road.

Dated 8/13/04
Janet M. Hill, Land Use Coordinator


The Zoning Board of Appeals has no applications for the month of August; their August 19th meeting has been cancelled.


LEGAL NOTICE

The WASHINGTON ZONING COMMISSION has scheduled the following public hearings on Monday, August 23, 2004 in the Land Use Meeting Room, Bryan Memorial Town Hall, Washington Depot, Ct. to consider the following Special Permit applications:

7:30 p.m. - Paggioli/1 Tinker Hill Road/Section 6.4.6/Fence on the Lake Side of West Shore Road

Immediately following - Averill/10 New Preston Hill Road/ Sect. 13.11.3/Detached Accessory Apartment

At these hearings interested persons may appear and written communications will be received. The applications are on file in the Land Use Office, Bryan Memorial Town Hall, Washington Depot, Ct.

Dated 8/6/04


WASHINGTON LEGAL NOTICE

At it's regular meeting on July 28, 2004, the WASHINGTON INLAND WETLANDS COMMISSION took the following action:

Approved Riano, IW-04-31, 155 Shearer Rd., install aerator, with condition.

Approved Ross, IW-04-32, 199 Baldwin Hill Rd., install pool, with conditions.

Approved Swanson, IW-04-33, 18 Cook St., re-place deck, re-build stone wall, widen right of way / parking with note.

Approved Paggioli, IW-04-35, 1 Tinker Hill Rd., install trellis & fence.

Approved revision to permit re Berger, IW-02-07, 392 Nettleton Hollow Rd., pave drive, armor base of swale along drive, install rip rap splash pad, with condition.

Approved Schein, IW-04-40, 245 West Shore Rd., re-build shed.

Approved Breakstone / Garfunkel, IW-04-37, 127 Church Hill Rd., addition, construct new drive section.

Approved, Mayfair Properties, LLC., IW-04-38, 116 Woodbury Rd., install well, with condition.

Approved Volante, IW-04-39, 11 Top Pasture Rd., construct drive, withconditions.

Approved Laus, IW-04-41, 22 Nichols Hill Rd., dredge pond, with conditions.

Katherine Moquin, Land Use Secretary


LEGAL NOTICE

At its regularly scheduled meeting held on July 26, 2004, the Washington Zoning Commission took the following action:

APPROVED: The Special Permit application: Section 6.5 submitted by Corax Corp. for an addition to the existing dwelling at 248 West Shore Road.

APPROVED: The Special Permit application: Section 13.11.3 submitted by Mr. O'Toole for a detached accessory apartment at 46 Kielwasser Road with condition.

APPROVED: The Special Permit application: Section 4.4.10 submitted by the Learning Collaborative, Inc. for the Graduate Institute to operate a school at 101 Wykeham Road subject to conditions.

APPROVED: The renewal of the Special Permit: Section 13.14 issued to Mr. and Mrs. Farmer for a Bed and Breakfast at 191 Popple Swamp Road.

Dated 7/30/04

Janet M. Hill, Zoning Enforcement Officer


LEGAL NOTICE

The WASHINGTON ZONING COMMISSION has scheduled the following public hearings on Monday, July 26, 2004 in the Land Use Meeting Room, Bryan Memorial Town Hall, Washington Depot, Ct. to consider the following Special Permit applications:

7:30 p.m. - Corax Corp./248 West Shore Road/Section 6.5/ Addition to Existing Dwelling

Immediately following: O'Toole/46 Kielwasser Road/Section 13.11.3/Detached Accessory Apartment

Immediately following: Hotel Consult, SHCC (The Learning Collaborative, Inc.)/101 Wykeham Road/Section 4.4.10/School

At these hearings, interested persons may appear and written communications will be received. The applications are on file in the Land Use Office, Bryan Memorial Town Hall, Washington Depot, Ct.

Dated July 1, 2004
[received by webmaster 7/22/04]

By Janet M. Hill, Zoning Enforcement Officer


PRESS RELEASE

The Town of Washington Highway Department will be road oiling and stone chip sealing July 12th through July 22nd. No work will take place on rainy days or days where thunders showers are possible. This is part of our annual road maintenance. All paved roads are stone chip sealed on a rotating basis every four years. The Town thanks you for your cooperation.

Roads scheduled for work are: Carmel Hill Road, Bell Hill Road, Plumb Hill Road, East Street, Tompkins Hill Road, Horse Heaven Road, Judea Cemetery Road, Clark Road, Old North Road, Old Litchfield Road, West Mountain Road, Kirby Brook Road, Wykeham Road (from Old Litchfield Road to Nettleton Hollow Road), Sunny Ridge Road, Dodge Farm Road, and Brinsmade Road.

The following roads have been added to the list of those that will be oiled this season in the Town of Washington: Calhoun Street, Ives Road, Foulois Road, Hifield Drive, New Preston Hill Road. This will be done at the end of July or this Fall, depending on the weather.


WASHINGTON LEGAL NOTICE

At A Public Hearing on July 15, 2004 the WASHINGTON ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS took the following actions:

APPROVED: ZBA-0409 Request of Mr. & Mrs. William Bardel, 166 Baldwin Hill Road, for a variance from Zoning Regulations 11.6.1.c (front yard setback), to construct a greenhouse.

APPROVED: ZBA- 0406 Request of Harold J. Wellings, 298 West Shore Road, for a variance from Zoning Regulations 11.6.1 (side yard & front yard setback) to construct a garage.

DENIED: ZBA-0407 Request of Caroline Vanderlip, 28 Shearer Road, for a variance from Zoning Regulations 12.5.2 (no accessory structure shall be higher or larger in ground floor area than the principal structure, except in connection with an agricultural use) and 12.14.1 ( generator location), to make several changes to an existing building, including garage space and install a generator.

DENIED: ZBA-0410 Request of Andrew Borst - 202 Marketplace LLC, 210 New Milford Trpk., for a variance from Zoning Regulation 16.3.6 (signs), to install signage.

APPROVED: ZBA-0411 Request of Kathleen B. Taylor, 218 Wykeham Road, for a variance from Zoning Regulations 11.1.2 (area of soil type), 11.3.2 (minimum lot size), 11.2.1 (density), to qualify a lot as a building lot.

Pamela L. Osborne
ZBA Secretary
July 19, 2004


DATE: July 16, 2004
TO: Sheila Anson, Town Clerk
FROM: Kathy Gollow, Secretary - Board of Finance

The Board of Finance meeting scheduled for July 19, 2004 is cancelled. A special meeting in lieu of the July meeting will be held on Monday, August 16, 2004 at 5 p.m. A meeting is not usually scheduled for the month of August - please take note.


DATE: July 16, 2004
TO: Sheila Anson, Town Clerk
FROM: Kathy Gollow, Secretary - Pension Committee

The Town Pension Committee will meet on July 19, 2004 at 5 p.m. to conduct general business regarding the Town Pension Plans.


WASHINGTON LEGAL NOTICE

At it's regular meeting on June 9, 2004, the WASHINGTON INLAND WETLANDS COMMISSION took the following action:

Approved Hopkins, IW-04-21, 313 Nettleton Hollow Road, construct driveway per plan and with conditions.

Denied, without prejudice, Meeker, IW-04-19, 269 New Milford Tpke., expand driveway & gravel.

Records are available for public review in the Land Use Office, Town Hall.


LEGAL NOTICE

The WASHINGTON HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION will conduct a Public Hearing in the Land Use Meeting Room, Bryan Memorial Town Hall, Washington Depot, CT on Monday, July 19, 2004, at 7:30PM to consider the following application for a Certificate of Appropriateness:

Aeschliman (Norwood Limited) /18 Sunny Ridge Road / Enclose existing front porch with screening.

At this Hearing interested persons may appear and written communications will be received. The application is on file in the Land Use Office, Bryan Memorial Town Hall, Washington Depot, CT.

Dated July 8, 2004
Martha T. Shade, Secretary


WASHINGTON LEGAL NOTICE

The WASHINGTON ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS will hold Public Hearings on Thursday July 15, 2004 at 7:30pm. in the Land Use Room, 2 Bryan Plaza, Washington, CT in re the following:

ZBA- 0406 Continued Request of Harold J. Wellings, 298 West Shore Road, for a variance from Zoning Regulations 11.6.1 (side yard & front yard setback) to construct a garage.

ZBA-0407 Continued Request of Caroline Vanderlip, 28 Shearer Road, for a variance from Zoning Regulations 12.5.2 (no accessory structure shall be higher or larger in ground floor area than the principal structure, except in connection with an agricultural use) and 12.14.1 ( generator location), to make several changes to an existing building, including garage space and install a generator.

ZBA-0409 Request of Mr. & Mrs. William Bardel, 166 Baldwin Hill Road, for a variance from Zoning Regulations 11.6.1.c (front yard setback), to construct a greenhouse.

ZBA-0410 Request of Andrew Borst - 202 Marketplace LLC, 210 New Milford Trpk., for a variance from Zoning Regulation 16.3.6 (signs), to install signage.

ZBA-0411 Request of Kathleen B. Taylor, 218 Wykeham Road, for a variance from Zoning Regulations 11.1.2 (area of soil type), 11.3.2 (minimum lot size), 11.2.1 (density), to qualify a lot as a building lot.

At the Hearings interested parties will be heard and written communications received. Immediately following each Hearing, the board will meet to discuss and decide the applications, which are available for public review in the Land Use Office, Town Hall.

Pamela L. Osborne
ZBA Secretary
7/1/2004


WASHINGTON LEGAL NOTICE

The WASHINGTON ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS will hold Public Hearings on Thursday June 17, 2004 at 7:30pm. in the Land Use Room, 2 Bryan Plaza, Washington, CT in re the following:

ZBA-0406 Request of Harold J. Wellings, 298 West Shore Road, for a variance from Zoning Regulations 11.6.1 (side yard & front yard setback) to construct a garage.

ZBA-0407 Request of Caroline Vanderlip, 28 Shearer Road, for a variance from Zoning Regulations 12.5.2 (no accessory structure shall be higher or larger in ground floor area than the principal structure, except in connection with an agricultural use) and 12.14.1 ( generator location), to make several changes to an existing building, including garage space and install a generator.

ZBA-0408 Request of Corax Corp., 248 West Shore Road, for a variance from Zoning Regulations 12.14.1 & 12.14.3 (generator location), to install a generator.

At the Hearings interested parties will be heard and written communications received. Immediately following each Hearing, the board will meet to discuss and decide the applications, which are available for public review in the Land Use Office, Town Hall.


NOTICE OF MEETING CANCELLATION

THE BOARD OF FINANCE MEETING SCHEDULED FOR MAY 17 AT 5 P.M. IS CANCELED. THE BOARD WILL HOLD THEIR NEXT MEETING IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE TOWN MEETING ON MAY 20.


LEGAL NOTICE

The WASHINGTON HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION will conduct a Public Hearing in the Land Use Meeting Room, Bryan Memorial Town Hall, Washington Depot, CT on Monday, May 17, 2004, at 7:30PM to consider the following application for a Certificate of Appropriateness:

Calhoun Street LLC /175 Calhoun Street /Connector between garage and house.

At this Hearing interested persons may appear and written communications will be received. The applications are on file in the Land Use Office, Bryan Memorial Town Hall, Washington Depot, CT.

Dated May 6, 2004
Martha T. Shade, Secretary


WARNING - TOWN BUDGET HEARING

The voters and electors of the Town of Washington are hereby notified that the annual town budget hearing to consider proposed expenditures for the 2004-2005 General Fund and Capital Fund budgets will be held on Thursday, May 6, 2004 at 7:30 p.m. at Bryan Memorial Town Hall, Washington Depot, Connecticut.

At this Hearing interested persons may be heard and written communication will be received and read aloud. A copy of the proposed budget is available in the Office of the Town Clerk.

The Town Meeting to vote on these budgets will be held on Thursday, May 20, 2004 at 7:30 p.m.

Dated at Washington, Connecticut this 28th day of April, 2004.

Michael C. Jackson
Chairman
Board of Finance


Notice of Special Meeting

The Board of Finance will hold a special meeting on Monday, May 3, 2004 at 5 p.m. to continue working on the proposed 2004-2005 budget.


WASHINGTON LEGAL NOTICE

The WASHINGTON ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS will hold Public Hearings on Thursday May 13, 2004 at 7:30pm. in the Land Use Room, 2 Bryan Plaza, Washington, CT in re the following:

ZBA-0403 Continued Request of Carolyn Vanderlip, 28-30 Shearer Road, for a variance from Zoning Regulation 12.14.1 (generator location), to install a generator.

ZBA-0404 Continued Request of Gene D. Swanson II, 18 Cook Street, for a variance from Zoning Regulations 11.6.1.c (side yard setback), 12.1.1 (setback form watercourse) and 17.4.a (increasing the nonconformity of a nonconforming structure), to build a deck.

ZBA-0405 Request of Corax Corp., 248 West Shore Road, for a variance from Zoning Regulations 12.14.1 & 12.14.3 (generator location), 11.5.1 (lot coverage)and 17.4.a (increasing the nonconformity of a nonconforming structure) to install a generator and addition to existing structure.

At the Hearings interested parties will be heard and written communications received. Immediately following each Hearing, the board will meet to discuss and decide the applications, which are available for public review in the Land Use Office, Town Hall.

Pamela L. Osborne
ZBA Secretary
4/26/2004


LEGAL NOTICE

The WASHINGTON HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION will conduct a Public Hearing in the Land Use Meeting Room, Bryan Memorial Town Hall, Washington Depot, CT on Monday, April 19, 2004, at 7:30PM to consider the following application for a Certificate of Appropriateness:

Beck /129 Calhoun Street /addition to existing house.

At this Hearing interested persons may appear and written communications will be received. The applications are on file in the Land Use Office, Bryan Memorial Town Hall, Washington Depot, CT.

Dated April 8, 2004
Martha T. Shade, Secretary


Inland Wetlands Commission
Agenda
WEDNESDAY, April 14, 2004
7:00 p.m. Land Use Meeting Room

I. Regular Business
a. Call to Order
b. Seating of Members / Alternates

II. Motion to Add Subsequent Business Not on the Agenda

III. Consideration of Minutes
a. Regular Meeting - March 24, 2004
b. Site Inspection - April 12, 2004 in re Luers IW-04-14.

IV. Pending Applications
a. Di Benedetto, IW-04-03, 212/214 Calhoun Street, remove invasives, vines, dead trees/ prune.
b. Washington Parks & Rec., IW-04-05, School St., pavilion improvements
c. Ingrassia, IW-04-07, 135 East Shore Road, demolish & re-build barn.
d. Rumsey Hall School, IW-04-10, 201 Romford Road, water supply system.
e. Bronson, IW-04-11, 149 Romford Rd., dry hydrant.
f. Mayfair Properties, LLC, IW-04-12, 116 Woodbury Rd./35 Wykeham Rd., install utility line.
g. Lloyd, IW-04-13, 149 Whittlesey Rd., inground pool, terrace, landscape.
h. Luers, IW-04-14, 44 Upper Church Hill Rd., dredge pond, remove invasives, plant.
i. Steep Rock Association, IW-03-17, 52 Litchfield Tpke., permit compliance, bridge approval.
j. Washington Montessori School, IW-01-08, 240 Litchfield Tpke., condition to permit - create vernal pools.

V . New Applications - Permits / Exemptions / Revisions / Extensions
a. Talbot, IW-04-15, 44 Bell Hill Road, subdivision.
b. Beck, IW-04-16, 129 Calhoun Street & Ives Road, site development/subdivision.
c. Dune Trust, IW-04-17, 328 Nettleton Hollow Road, install deer fence & pool fence.

VI. Enforcement
a. Report
b. Wetlands Agent Action Taken
c. Beck, IW-02-VI, 132 Calhoun Street, cutting & clearing in wetlands.
d. Ross, IW-02-V4, 10 Sunny Ridge Road, wetlands restoration
e. Guliano, IW-04-V1, 19 Winston Drive - EO approval
f. Fish, IW-04-V2, 201 Wykeham Road, timber harvest near wetlands, permit violation.
g. Ostrowski, IW-04-V3, 23 Rabbit Hill Road, deposition of material at wetland edge.

VII. Other Business
a. Old Business
1) Sheinfeld, IW-02-61 ATF, Record Conservation Easement.
2) Application Procedure Form

VIII. Executive Session
a. Pending Litigation

IX. Adjournment

Katherine Moquin, Land Use Secretary April 7, 2004


LEGAL NOTICE

The WASHINGTON ZONING COMMISSION has scheduled public hearings on Monday, April 26, 2004 in the Land Use Meeting Room, Bryan Memorial Town Hall, Washington Depot, Ct. to consider the following Special Permit applications:

7:30 p.m. - Rumsey Hall School/200 Romford Road/Special Permit: Section 4.4.10/Building and Generator for Water Supply System

Immediately following: Rumsey Hall School/201 Romford Road/ Special Permit: Section 4.4.10/Second Floor Addition to Hull House

At the hearings, interested persons may appear and written communications will be received. The applications are on file in the Land Use Office, Bryan Memorial Town Hall, Washington Depot, Ct.

Dated April 5, 2004
by Janet M. Hill, Zoning Enforcement Officer


LEGAL NOTICE

A certified list(s) of party-selected candidates for the Democratic Party in the Town of Washington for participation as DELEGATES to the convention(s) of said Party specified below is on file in my office at Bryan Memorial Town Hall, 2 Bryan Plaza, Washington Depot, Connecticut, and copies are available for public distribution.

CONVENTION(S)

Democratic State Convention
Democratic Congressional Convention
Democratic State Senate Convention
Democratic State Representative Convention

Dated this 29th day of March, 2004.
Sheila M. Anson, Town Clerk
Town of Washington


LEGAL NOTICE

A certified list(s) of party-selected candidates for the Republican Party in the Town of Washington for participation as DELEGATES to the convention(s) of said Party specified below is on file in my office at Bryan Memorial Town Hall, 2 Bryan Plaza, Washington Depot, Connecticut, and copies are available for public distribution.

CONVENTION(S)

Republican State Convention
Republican Congressional Convention
Republican State Senate Convention
Republican State Representative Convention

Dated this 29th day of March, 2004.
Sheila M. Anson, Town Clerk
Town of Washington


The WASHINGTON ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS will hold Public Hearings on Thursday April 15, 2004 at 7:30pm. in the Land Use Room, 2 Bryan Plaza, Washington, CT in re the following:

ZBA-0403 Request of Carolyn Vanderlip, 28-30 Shearer Road, for a variance from Zoning Regulation 12.14.1 (generator location), to install a generator.

ZBA-0404 Request of Gene D. Swanson II, 18 Cook Street, for a variance from Zoning Regulations 11.6.1.c (side yard setback), 12.1.1 (setback form watercourse) and 17.4.a (increasing the nonconformity of a nonconforming structure), to build a deck.

At the Hearings interested parties will be heard and written communications received. Immediately following each Hearing, the board will meet to discuss and decide the applications, which are available for public review in the Land Use Office, Town Hall.

Pamela L. Osborne
ZBA Secretary
4/1/2004


WARNING
SPECIAL TOWN MEETING

The voters and electors of the Town of Washington are hereby warned that a Special Town Meeting will be held on Wednesday, April 7, 2004, immediately following the regularly-scheduled Selectmen's meeting at 4:30 p.m., for the following purpose:

To consider and act upon a Resolution by the Board of Selectmen to approve the filing of an application with the Commissioner of the Department of Economic and Community Development for a Small Cities Grant in an amount not to exceed $500,000, and to authorize and direct the First Selectman to file such application, to provide such additional information, to execute such other documents as may be required by the Commissioner, to execute an Assistance Agreement with the State of Connecticut for State financial assistance if such an Agreement is offered, to execute any amendments, recessions, and revisions thereto, to implement project activities, if approved, and to act as the authorized representative of the Town of Washington.

Dated at Washington, Connecticut this 31st day of March, 2004.
Richard C. Sears
Nicholas N. Solley
Board of Selectmen


NOTICE OF SPECIAL BUDGET WORK SESSION

The Board of Selectmen will hold a budget work session on Monday, April 5, 2004 at 8a.m. to continue work on the proposed 2004-2005 budget.


The WASHINGTON PLANNING COMMISSION has scheduled public hearings on Tuesday, April 6, 2004 in the Land Use Meeting Room, Bryan Memorial Town Hall, Washington Depot, Ct. to consider the following applications:

7:30 p.m. Application for Scenic Road Designation for .9 mile of Gunn Hill Road

Immediately following: Taylor/38 New Preston Hill Road/2 Lot Resubdivision

At these hearings interested persons may appear and written communications will be received. The applications are on file in the Land Use Office, Bryan Memorial Town Hall, Washington Depot, Ct.

Dated 3/19/04
Janet M. Hill, Land Use Coordinator


The WASHINGTON ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS will hold Public Hearings on Thursday March 18, 2004 at 7:30pm. in the Land Use Room, 2 Bryan Plaza, Washington, CT in re the following:

ZBA-0401 Request of Dave Boccuzzi, 9 Walker Brook Road S, for a variance from Zoning Regulations 11.6.1.c (front yard setback), 17.4.a (increasing the nonconformity of a nonconforming structure), to extend main roof to create a 4' x 12' front porch.

ZBA-0402 Request of Christopher & Laura Gatto, 155 Woodbury Road, for a variance from Zoning Regulations 11.6.1.c (front and side setback) and 17.4.a (increasing the nonconformity of a nonconforming structure), to raise the pitch of an existing roof and addition of cupola.

At the Hearings interested parties will be heard and written communications received. Immediately following each Hearing, the board will meet to discuss and decide the applications, which are available for public review in the Land Use Office, Town Hall.

Pamela L. Osborne
ZBA Secretary
3/4/2004


The WASHINGTON ZONING COMMISSION has scheduled a public hearing on Monday, March 22, 2004 in the Main Hall, Bryan Memorial Town Hall, Washington Depot, Ct. to consider the following Special Permit application:

7:30 p.m. - Sargeant/28 Tinker Hill Road/Section 6.4.6-Fence on the Lake Waramaug Side of West Shore and 6.4.10- Boathouse

At the hearing, interested persons may appear and written communications will be received. The application and proposed revision are on file in the Land Use Office, Bryan Memorial Town Hall, Washington Depot, Ct.

Dated March 5, 2004


Notice of Special Meetings of the Board of Selectmen

  • The Board of Selectmen will hold a special meeting on Thursday, March 18th at 8:30 a.m. to continue working on the proposed 2004-2005 budget.

  • The Board of Selectmen will hold a special meeting on Thursday, March 18th at 4:00 p.m. to open bids received for the sale of the Town's sweeper.

    Dated at Washington, Connecticut, this 8th day of March, 2004.


    AGENDA
    BOARD OF FINANCE MEETING
    March 1, 2004
    5:00 p.m.


    1) CALL TO ORDER
    2) GUESTS:
    Sheila Anson, Town Clerk - Document Grant
    Fire Company - Proposed 04/05 Capital Expense - Rescue Truck to replace Rescue 1
    3) CONSIDERATION OF MINUTES - November 17, 2003 & January 26, 2004
    4) TREASURER'S REPORT
    5) TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT
    6) FINANCIAL REPORTS: GENERAL FUND, NONRECURRING CAPITAL AND TOWN AID
    7) SELECTMAN'S COMMENTS
    8) OLD BUSINESS:
    Assessor's Report on Grand List
    9) NEW BUSINESS:
    10) ADJOURNMENT


    DATE: 2-20-2004
    TO: Sheila Anson, Town Clerk
    FROM: Kathy Gollow, Selectman's Assistant
    SUBJECT: Special Meeting of the Boards of Finance and Selectmen

    A special meeting of the Boards of Selectmen and Finance of Washington, Roxbury and Bridgewater will be held on Wednesday, February 25th at 6:30 p.m. at the Roxbury Town Hall to discuss the following:

  • elementary school consolidation
  • resource officer


    TOWN OF WASHINGTON
    LEGAL NOTICE

    The WASHINGTON PLANNING COMMISSION has scheduled a public hearing on Tuesday, March 2, 2004 at 7:30 p.m. in the Land Use Meeting Room, Bryan Memorial Town Hall, Washington Depot, Ct. to consider the application for scenic road designation for Buffum Road.

    At this hearing interested persons may appear and written communications will be received. The application is on file in the Land Use Office, Bryan Memorial Town Hall, Washington Depot, Ct.

    Dated 2/18/04

    Janet M. Hill, Land Use Coordinator


    NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED MEETINGS

    THE BOARD OF FINANCE HAS RESCHEDULED THE FOLLOWING MEETINGS:

    o MEETING OF FEBRUARY 23 RESCHEDULED TO MARCH 1 AT 5 P.M.

    o MEETING OF MARCH 22 RESCHEDULED TO MARCH 29 AT 5 P.M.


    TOWN OF WASHINGTON
    LEGAL NOTICE

    At its Regular Meeting held on January 26, 2004 the WASHINGTON ZONING COMMISSION took the following action:

    APPROVED: The Special Permit application: Section 6.4.6 submitted by the Town of Washington for a fence at 59 East Shore Road.

    APPROVED: Revision of the Washington Zoning Regulations / Addition of Section 17.5: Special Exceptions and renumbering as required.

    Dated 2/6/04
    by Janet M. Hill, ZEO


    Town of Washington
    Legal Notice

    At its regularly scheduled meeting held on Wednesday, January 28, 2004 the Washington Inland Wetlands Commission took the following actions:

    APPROVED: IW-04-01, Gatto, 155 Woodbury Rd. repair & extend stone wall, install fences, renovate barn, gravel driveway, move bushes - one condition.

    APPROVED: revision to permit IW-02-42 ATF, Madoff, 241 West Shore Road, install fence

    DENIED: without prejudice IW-03-67, Katz, 136 Nichols Hill Rd., repair dam

    Dated 1/30/04
    By Katherine Moquin
    Land Use Secretary


    Zoning Commission
    PUBLIC NOTICE
    CONCERNING "TEMPORARY" ACCESSORY BUILDINGS

    Over the past year or so many hoop, plastic, tarp, and tent-like accessory storage structures have been erected throughout Town. Contrary to what the salesmen may have told you, under the Washington Zoning Regulations these are permanent structures and require zoning permits before they are put up.

    The Zoning Enforcement Officer has recently received several complaints about these structures and has observed many when driving around Town. She is currently sending out letters to homeowners to advise them permits are required and that the structures must either be taken down or permits applied for on the forms provided.

    If you receive one of these letters, you are not being singled out. They are being sent out a few at a time to property owners all over Town. If you have not yet received a letter, but do have one of these structures without benefit of a zoning permit, please come in to apply on your own and save the Town the paperwork.

    Also, please be advised that some of these structures require building permits. Check with the Building Official at 868-0844 to determine whether a building permit is required in your case. Also, other permits may be required. For example, if in a historic district, a Certificate of Appropriateness is required. If within 100 feet of a wetlands or watercourse, an Inland Wetlands permit may be required.

    If you have any questions or need help filling out the application forms, please call Janet Hill, Zoning Enforcement Officer, at 868-0844. Thank you for your cooperation.

    Dated 2/4/04


    WASHINGTON LEGAL NOTICE

    The WASHINGTON ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS will hold Public Hearings on Thursday February 19, 2004 at 7:30pm. in the Land Use Room, 2 Bryan Plaza, Washington, CT in re the following:

    ZBA-0401 Request of Dave Boccuzzi, 9 Walker Brook Road S, for a variance from Zoning Regulations 11.6.1.c (front yard setback), 17.4.a (increasing the nonconformity of a nonconforming structure), to extend main roof to create a 4' x 12' front porch.

    ZBA-0402 Request of Christopher & Laura Gatto, 155 Woodbury Road, for a variance from Zoning Regulations 11.6.1.c (front setback) and 17.4.a (increasing the nonconformity of a nonconforming structure), to raise the pitch of an existing roof.

    At the Hearings interested parties will be heard and written communications received. Immediately following each Hearing, the board will meet to discuss and decide the applications, which are available for public review in the Land Use Office, Town Hall.

    Pamela L. Osborne
    ZBA Secretary
    2/5/2004


    Planning Commission
    PUBLIC NOTICE

    Due to inclement weather on the date of the regularly scheduled Planning Commission meeting, the Commission's February meeting has been rescheduled. The new date is Tuesday, February 10, 2004. As usual, the meeting will begin at 7:30 p.m. and will be held in the Land Use Meeting Room, Bryan Memorial Town Hall.

    Dated 2/4/04
    Janet M. Hill
    Land Use Coordinator


    TOWN OF WASHINGTON
    PRESS RELEASE
    2/1/04

    Washington homeowners who were sixty-five or older by December 31, 2003, or who are receiving Social Security disability payments may be eligible for credit on their property tax. Their property must be their principle residence and their total income including Social Security must be less than $26,500 single and $32,300 married.

    Applications may be filed in the Assessor's office until May 17th and, if eligible, will apply to the July billing. Once on the program, reapplication is every two years. Forms have been mailed to homeowners who must reapply this year.

    Persons currently receiving a veteran's exemption may be eligible for an additional exemption if they meet the above income requirements. There is no age requirement for the additional exemption. Application period is from February 1 to October 1 for application to the October 1, 2004 Grand List.

    Application forms are available from the Assessor's office Monday through Friday, 9:00- noon and 1:00 - 4:45 p.m.

    Barbara S. Johnson
    Assessor


    Town of Washington

    Legal Notice

    At its regularly scheduled meeting held on Wednesday, January 14, 2004 the Washington Inland Wetlands Commission took the following actions:

    APPROVED: The application, #IW-03-54, by Mr.Ficalora to construct a dwelling at 13 Winston Dr. per plan and with conditions.

    APPROVED: The application, #IW-03-62, by Ms. Laverge to install a bridge, driveway, and stream crossings at 228 Bee Brook Rd. per plan and with one condition.

    DENIED: The application, #IW-03-65, by Mr. and Mrs. Bolek to construct docks, lake wall, retaining wall, deck at 83 East Shore Rd. because of the proposed structural change to an excessive length of lake shore.

    APPROVED: The application, #IW-03-71, by Ms. Taylor to subdivide property into two lots at 38 New Preston Hill Rd. per plan.

    DENIED: The matter of #IW-03-V6, Levy/Kady at 129 Wykeham Rd. because of a completed though partially inadequate restoration.

    APPROVED: The application, #IW-03-58, by Mr. and Mrs. Meyers to clean a silt basin at 5 West Church Hill Rd. per original approval.

    DENIED: The application, #IW-03-60, by Town of Washington to install drainage, repair road surface at Tinker Hill Rd. without prejudice due to lack of information.

    APPROVED: The application, #IW-03-70, by Mr. Wadsworth to construct a dwelling at 12 Winston Drive per plan and with conditions.

    Dated 1/16/04


    WASHINGTON LEGAL NOTICE

    At A Public Hearing on January 15, 2004 the WASHINGTON ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS took the following actions:

    DENIED: ZBA-0322 Request of Corbo Associates, Inc., 218 Wykeham Road, for a variance from Zoning Regulations 11.1.2 (area of soil type), 11.3.2 (acreage based on soil types) * old regulations, 11.2.1 (density regulations) * current regulations, to qualify a lot as a building lot.

    APPROVED: ZBA-0325 Request of Dean & Jane R Sarjeant, 28 Tinker Hill Road, for a variance from Zoning Regulations 11.5.1.a (lot coverage) and 11.6.1 (setback) for a boathouse.

    Pamela L. Osborne
    ZBA Secretary
    January 16, 2004


    TOWN OF WASHINGTON

    LEGAL NOTICE

    The WASHINGTON ZONING COMMISSION has scheduled public hearings on Monday, January 26, 2004 in the Main Hall, Bryan Memorial Town Hall, Washington Depot, Ct. to consider a revision to the Washington Zoning Regulations and the following Special Permit application:

    7:30 p.m. - Revision of the Zoning Regulations/Section 17.5: Special Exceptions

    Immediately following - Town of Washington/59 East Shore Road/Section 6.4.6/Fence on the Lake Waramaug Side of East Shore Road/Continuation

    At these hearings, interested persons may appear and written communications will be received. The application and proposed revision are on file in the Land Use Office, Bryan Memorial Town Hall, Washington Depot, Ct.

    Dated January 9, 2004

    by Janet M. Hill, Zoning Enforcement Officer