§ 131-12 - Notices.

§ 131-12 - Notices.

  1. Notice of the submission of a preliminary layout or a completed application shall be given by the Board.
  2. Public notice shall be mailed to the applicant, holders of conservation, preservation or agricultural preservation restrictions, the applicant's authorized representative, and each abutter at least 10 days prior to the meeting for which the notice is required. Such notification shall be mailed by certified mail.
    1. Using the Abutters List form provided by the Town, the applicant shall prepare a current list of abutters no sooner than 5 days prior to the submission the application. In the case of an abutting property being under condominium or other collective form of ownership, the term abutter means the officers of the collective or association. It shall be the Applicant’s responsibility to ensure that the names and addresses regarding officers of a collective or association noticed under this article are current and complete. In the case of an abutting property being in another municipality it shall be the Applicant’s responsibility to ensure that the names and addresses regarding those properties are current and complete; and 
    2. The applicant shall provide an adhesive mailing label for each party on the Abutters List, including the applicant and authorized representative.
  3. Public notice shall be posted at Town Hall and one other public place at least 10 days prior to the meeting.
  4. Public notice shall be published in a newspaper of general circulation. This notice shall be sent to the newspaper at least 10 days prior to the meeting.
  5. Continuation of a meeting or public hearing shall not require new public notice provided that, at the prior hearing, the Board shall state the location, date, time at which the continued session will resume, and deadlines for the submission of new or updated materials. 
Notices.

part number

131-12