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Board of Health, September 13, 2010
Scituate Board of Health
September 13, 2010
PRESENT: Chairman, Russell Clark, members Frank Lynch and Michael Vazza, Director Jennifer Sullivan and Secretary, Pam Mullin
OTHERS: Selectman, Shawn Harris
The Scituate Board of Health held a public hearing on September 13, 2010 at the Scituate Town Hall located at 600 Chief Justice Cushing Highway. The meeting was called to order at 7:00 p.m.
Motion by Lynch to accept Agenda and move to have Director review Meeting Minutes and move to next meeting their approval, seconded by Vazza, all in favor, unanimous.
The first application was read into the record: A request for variances and local upgrades for the property located at 790 Country Way including:
Reduce the setback to the property line from a pump chamber from 10’ to 2’
Reduce the required remove and replace of unsuitable material beyond the SAS from 5’ to 0’
Phil Spath presented for the homeowner. There were no abutters present.
There is an existing town drain line located on this property. Mr. Spath spoke with Kevin Cafferty, DPW about relocating and double wrapping with a bithuhene system. The easement will be to the Town to maintain the drain line.
DEP approval, deed restriction and contract for maintenance, inspection and testing will be required before a certificate of compliance is issued for this property.
Lynch moved to grant the requested variance and local upgrades, seconded by Vazza, all in favor, unanimous.
The second item was correspondence from Dr. Robert Hopkins II dated August 30, 2010 regarding the Inly School.
Dr. Hopkins was not present for this discussion.
Director Sullivan presented the board with the latest fall enrollment figures and water records for the school.
According to Director Sullivan, at no time has any modular classroom exceeded the capacity of the septic system. She spoke with Brett Rowe at DEP Lakeville who concurred that it has not exceeded capacity then or now at the school. It has never been used to capacity by actual flow or design flow. Maybe misinterpretation by Dr. Hopkins?
The third item was to issue a one-year extension of septic design plan to Joyce Flewelling of 290 Old Oaken Bucket Road.
Vazza moved to grant a one-year extension to Joyce Flewelling of 290 Old Oaken Bucket Road, seconded by Lynch, all in favor, unanimous.
Lynch moved to adjourn meeting at 7:45 p.m., seconded by Vazza, all in favor, unanimous.
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