Page 1 of 4 Town of Barnstable Board of Health 200 Main Street, Hyannis MA 02601 Office: 508-862-4644 Wayne Miller, M.D. FAX: 508-790-6304 Sumner Kaufman, MSPH Paul J. Canniff, D.M.D. RESULTS OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH MEETING Held On Tuesday, May 16, 2006 at 3:00 PM Town Hall, Selectmen’s Conference Room 367 Main Street, Hyannis, MA RESULTS I. Hearings: ORDERED Laureen Needham, 549 Huckins Neck Road, Centerville – Failure to test and to obtain a contract for operation and maintenance of MicroFAST System. The owner was not present for this hearing. The owner is hereby ordered to comply with the following orders: The wastewater effluent must be tested quarterly during the next two years and once annually thereafter for pH, BOD5, TSS, and TN. Also, throughout the life of the I/A System, the System shall be under an operation and maintenance (O&M) agreement. The owner shall be responsible for obtaining a contract within fourteen (14) days and for maintaining a contract with a Company or Company’s approved operation and maintenance contractor. This item will be placed onto the June 13, 2006 agenda to review any progress in this regard. POSTPONED Millicent Eveland, 317 Lake Shore Drive, Marstons Mills – Dwelling fails to meet Chapter II: Minimum Standards of Fitness for Human Habitation. II. Massage License Applicant: APPROVED Kim Hudson – Proposes to practice massage therapy at Kimshar Yoga and Massage, 845 Main Street, Osterville. III. Body Art Applicant: APPROVED Ralph Nicotra – Proposes to practice body art at a new facility proposed at 499 Main Street, Unit# 2B, Hyannis “Habitat2.” IV. Hearing – Storage Tanks: CONTINUED Robert Coluccio, Web Engineering, representing Cumberland Farms # UNTIL THE 2142 (a.k.a. # 2326)- 395 West Main Street, Hyannis, Map 269, Parcel JUNE 13, 2006 116, requesting appeal to maintain four (4) fiberglass 8,000 gallon MEETING underground storage tanks until 2009. V. Continued Items from Previous Meeting(s): CONTINUED Mark Dibb, BSC Group, representing Marcia Elliott – 20 Rue Michele, UNTIL THE Barnstable, 51,692 square feet parcel, requesting variance regarding amount of JUNE 13, 2006 pervious material above groundwater, new construction, four bedrooms, MEETING FAST I/A system proposed. Page 2 of 4 GRANTED Henry W. Klimm, IV, owner – 145 Pleasant Street, Hyannis, 0.10 acre lot, WITH non-Title V compliance septic, requesting a variance to renovate house CONDITIONS without an approved septic system. Expects town sewer in one year. The dwelling must be connected to public sewer within one year or as soon thereafter as possible. If public sewer does not become available to this property, the cesspool shall be replaced and a fully compliant septic system shall be installed. GRANTED Mark Dibb, BSC Group, representing Richard Setterlund, Trustee for Salted WITH Realty Trust, owner – 71 Tonela Lane, Barnstable, MA, 0.76 acre parcel, CONDITIONS new dwelling, requesting three variances for setbacks of septic tank, SAS and reserve area. (a) The engineering plan shall be revised to show a minimum separation distance of ten (10) feet measured from the center of the stone wall to any part of the new septic system. (b) The stone wall shall not be disturbed during the construction of the onsite sewage disposal system. (c) No more than three (3) bedrooms are authorized at this property. (d) The applicant shall record a properly worded deed restriction, signed by the property owner, at the Registry of Deeds restricting the number of bedrooms at this property to three (3), before the applicant obtains a disposal works construction permit. GRANTED Albert Schulz for Albert Schulz and Jill Schulz – 81 Meadow Lark Lane, WITH Osterville, 0.46 acre lot, replacement of failed system, requesting variance CONDITIONS of setback to wetlands of SAS and septic tank. (a) The engineering plan shall be revised listing all of the variances requested. (b) No more than four (4) bedrooms are authorized at this property. (c) The applicant shall record a properly worded deed restriction, signed by the property owner, at the Registry of Deeds restricting the number of bedrooms at this property to four (4), before the applicant obtains a disposal works construction permit. VI. Variance Requests: GRANTED Stephen Wilson, P.E., representing Philip and Patricia Dubuque, 459 Sea WITH View Avenue, Osterville, 43,560 square feet parcel, repair of failed CONDITIONS system, requesting a variance pertaining to setback of septic tank to coastal bank. (a) No more than ten (10) bedrooms are authorized at this property. (b) The applicant shall record a properly worded deed restriction, signed by the property owner, at the Registry of Deeds restricting the number of bedrooms at this property to a maximum of ten (10), before the applicant obtains a disposal works construction permit. GRANTED Bruce Murphy, Yankee Survey, representing Christopher and Barri WITH Blauvett, 571 Old Post Road, Cotuit, 1.01 acre parcel, proposed garage CONDITIONS apartment, seven bedrooms total proposed, setback variance requested, septic tank 72 feet away from a coastal back. (a) No more than six (6) bedrooms are authorized at this property. (b) The applicant shall record a properly worded deed restriction, signed by the property owner, at the Registry of Deeds restricting the number of bedrooms at this property to six (6), before the applicant obtains a disposal works construction permit. Page 3 of 4 VII. Six or More Bedrooms: GRANTED Matthew Eddy, Baxter Nye Engineering, representing Anne Herrick – 354 WITH Mistic Drive, Marstons Mills, 6.8 acre parcel, proposed addition to main CONDITIONS building, nine bedrooms total proposed. (a) Engineering plan shall be revised to reflect three bedrooms maximum at “Lake House.” (b) No more than three (3) bedrooms are authorized within the “Lake House.” GRANTED Mark Dibb, BSC Group, representing Scott and Alice Scudder – 941 Main Street, Cotuit, 78,743 square feet parcel, proposed addition, six bedrooms total proposed. GRANTED Sarah Ojala, Down Cape Engineering representing Sarah Cusick – 95 WITH Coach Lane, West Barnstable, 39,409 square feet parcel, proposed CONDITIONS addition, six bedroom total proposed. (a) The engineering plans shall be revised to five bedrooms. (b) No more than five (5) bedrooms are authorized at this property. VIII. Food Establishment - Variance Request: GRANTED Florence Lowell – The Naked Oyster, 20 Independence Drive, Hyannis, WITH variance request from Section 322-3 Inground Grease Traps, proposal to CONDITION increase seating from 66 to 72, existing 1,000 gallon grease trap. The grease trap shall be pumped once every three months. GRANTED Junichi Sawayanagi - Sushi Distributors, 1085 Main Street, West WITH Barnstable, variance request to use bottled water for the preparation of CONDITIONS sushi. Bottled water shall be utilized for food preparation. The well water shall be tested annually as required per State regulations. GRANTED Douglas Mayo - Oyster Harbors Club, 170 Grand Island Drive, Osterville, WITH requesting a Temporary Food Permit to prepare foods outdoors for 2 CONDITIONS months. The menu is limited only to certain food items. A full menu shall be submitted by the applicant to be reviewed by the Health Agent. CONTINUED Don Cox – Compass Rose BBQ and Bakes, 448 Main Street (Rear), Hyannis, variance to use a grease recovery device. Applicant was not present. This item is continued to the June 13, 2006 meeting of the Board of Health. IX. Subdivision(s): APPROVED John Doyle, J. Doyle Associates, representing Larry Nickulas – The Plains WITH Road, West Barnstable, Definitive Plan Subdivision_, Map 152, Parcel CONDITIONS 59, 2 lots on 4.75 acres, private wells and on-site sewage disposal systems. Page 4 of 4 APPROVED Arnie Ojala, Down Cape Engineering, representing Judith Kaess – 2908 WITH Main Street, Barnstable, Definitive Plan Subdivision# 810 in Historical CONDITIONS District, Map 279, Parcel 15, 5 lots on 12 acres, with 1.5 acres of wetlands, public water. X. Correspondence DISCUSSED Letter from Mark Dibb, BSC Group, regarding dewatered percolation tests scheduled for 21 Buttonwood Lane, West Barnstable on May 19, 2006. XI. Old Business / New Business DISCUSSED Barnstable Transfer Station - Animal manure and bedding. REVIEWED Thermaco’s newest Big Dipper brochure for automatic grease and oil removal units.
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