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MADISON PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION
Notice is hereby given that the Commission will hold a public hearing on Thursday, March 19, 2020, at 7:30 p.m., Meeting Room A, Town Campus, 8 Campus Drive, to consider the following:
19-22+CSP. 4 Boston Post Road. Map 44, Lot 57. C District. Owner/Applicant: Yarde Realty Company. Special Exception Permit to construct a 1,684 sq. ft. one-story multi-use building, including a 20-seat restaurant, 2-bedroom apartment, marina office/storage area, covered outdoor storage area with deck above, paved driveway/parking area, winter boat storage area, site lighting, landscaping, and associated improvements. A boardwalk is proposed along the west side of the property and the proposed docks/dock walkways and davit on the west side of the property were previously approved by Connecticut DEEP and Army Corps of Engineers. Continued from February 20, 2020.
20-02. Regulation Amendment. Petitioner: The General’s Residence at Madison, LLC. Petition for Regulation Change to Section 3.12, Special Use Regulations for Small Cluster Developments, to add Section 3.12(f) to permit a minimum front yard setback of twenty-five (25) feet. Continued from February 20, 2020.
20-03. Regulation Amendment. Petitioner: Madison Planning and Zoning Commission. Petition to amend Section 3.4(c) of the Madison Zoning Regulations by eliminating the struck through text: c) Philanthropic, educational, recreational or religious use by a duly incorporated, non-profit body, governmental unit or community association, excluding correctional institutions and institutions for the support of persons with mental disabilities. The uses permitted in this section may have a building coverage of 15%.
At this meeting written communications will be received and interested parties will be heard. Information on the above applications is available in the Land Use Office, Madison Town Campus.
Ronald C. Clark, Chair