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					                          Wrentham Zoning Board of Appeals
                           Minutes for September 24, 2008

The Wrentham Zoning Board of Appeals met on Wednesday, September 24, 2008, at
the Wrentham Town Hall, 79 South Street, Wrentham, MA in the 2 nd floor Conference
Room and at the Public Safety Building. Board Members present were: Vice Chair
Keith Langer, Clerk Leo E. Immonen, Member Shawn Gough, Member Susan Seymour,
and Associate Members John Redman, Walter Pelrine, and Gregory Sexton. Member
Gerald Danca was absent.

At 7:00 p.m. A meeting with Thomas DiPlacido of Eaglebrook Development LLC’s,
(Comprehensive Permit Number 1178), began. A motion to approve and endorse the
revised project plans dated June 24, 2008, revised September 24, 2008, subject to the
following conditions: (a) the developer shall incorporate Cultec roof runoff collection
systems for all residential buildings in the project, which shall be reflected on the as-built
plans; and (b) the developer shall present a comprehensive landscape plan for the
Board’s review and approval prior to applying for building permits, pursuant to Condition
F.1. was made by Immonen, seconded, and passed unanimously. A motion to sign the
revised Regulatory Agreement was made by Immonen, seconded, and passed
unanimously. A motion to sign the revised project plans was made by Immonen,
seconded, and passed unanimously.

At 7:20 p.m. the Board opened for General Business.

A motion to approve the minutes of July 23, 2008, as amended, was passed
unanimously.

A motion to approve the executive session minutes of July 23, 2008, as amended, was
passed unanimously.

A motion to approve the minutes September 10, 2008, as amended, was passed
unanimously.

A motion to pay Daniel Hill’s bill for $525 for services from August 6, 2008 through
August 29, 2008, from the Eaglebrook Development LLC Chapter 53G Escrow Account
was made by Immonen, seconded, and passed unanimously.

At 7:30 p.m. the Board opened the public hearing File#2009-2 (SP) for Jonathan Morse
& Margaret Sullivan who sought a Special Permit to construct a 10’ x 13’ roof over an
existing concrete slab and construct a 4’ x 22’ shed roof over an existing wood deck at
70 Otis Street. The Board Members stated that they had no conflicts of interest with the
applicants. The applicants stated that they had no conflicts of interest with the Board.
The applicants explained their project to the Board. They submitted a site plan. No
abutters were present. A motion to close the public hearing was made by Immonen,
seconded, and passed unanimously.

The Board immediately began deliberations on the Morse application, File#2009-2(SP),
at 70 Otis Street. The Board Members seated for deliberations were: Langer,
Immonen, Danca, Sexton, and Pelrine. The Board unanimously found that all conditions
for approval of a Special Permit were met. A motion to find that this application met the
requirements of Article 3.4.b.4 of the Wrentham Zoning Bylaws was made by Gough,
seconded, and passed unanimously. A motion to find that proposed development met
all the requirements of Article 9.2 in that it would be in harmony with the intent and
purpose of the Wrentham Zoning By-law, would not be in conflict with public health,
safety, convenience and welfare and would not adversely affect the neighborhood was
made by Gough, seconded, and passed unanimously. A motion to find that the
proposed use would be conducted in a manner that is consistent with the land use
objectives of the Town of Wrentham and therefore met all the requirements of Article
9.1, was made by Gough, seconded, and passed unanimously. A motion to approve
the Special Permit in accordance with Section 9 of Mass. G.L. Chapter 40A and Section
3.4.b.4 of the Wrentham Zoning Bylaws, to construct a 10’ x 13’ roof over an existing
concrete slab and construct a 4’ x 22’ shed roof over an existing wood deck at 70 Otis
Street, per revised plans submitted, was made by Gough, seconded, and passed
unanimously.

At 8:00 p.m. the Board re-opened the public hearing (File #2008-20SP/V) for GB New
England 2 who sought a Special Permit / Variance to construct a building at 185 South
Street to be used as a CVS Pharmacy, and for associated Variances to allow a
reduction of width (to nine feet) of parking spaces, and to allow work and improvements
within the 50 foot buffer zone between business and residential zoning districts.

A motion to continue the meeting to the public safety building was made by Immonen,
seconded, and passed unanimously.

At 8:30 p.m. the Board re-opened the public hearing (File #2008-20SP/V) for GB New
England 2. Attorney Richard Rook represented the applicant and the following
individuals assisted him with the presentation: Paul Beck, Vice President of Gershman
Brown Crowley, Inc; Diane Glass, general counsel for C.V.S.; Bryce Hillman, architect
of BKA Architect; Christopher M. Iannuzzi, P.E., Project Manager and Ana C. Phill, P.E.
Traffic Engineer both of Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, Inc.; William E. Coyle, Jr., Certified
General Appraiser, and Kevin Weinfeld, Manager of Hillcrest Realty Trust.

The following abutters were present: Marion Cafferky, 176 South Street; Paul Ross, 190
South Street; Margaret Ranieri, 165 South Street, and Carl Verderber, 193 South
Street.

The following exhibits were introduced:

Exhibit 13 Memorandum dated June 12, 2008 to ZBA from C.W. Rice, The Whiting
Group (8 pages).

Exhibit 14 Property Law submitted by C. Whiting Rice (4 pages)

Exhibit 15 An e-mail dated June 13, 2008 to ZBA from C.W. Rice, The Whiting Group
(1 page)

Exhibit 16 CVS Pharmacy Petition dated June 2008 (2 pages)

Exhibit 17 CVS Pharmacy Petition dated September 21, 2008 (1 page)

Exhibit 18 A letter dated September 14, 2008, to ZBA from Michael Lorusso (1page)
Exhibit 19 A letter dated September 9, 2008, to ZBA from Hair, Body & Soul (1 page)

Exhibit 20 A letter dated September 9, 2008, to ZBA from Omega Pizza (1 page)

Exhibit 21 A letter not dated to ZBA from DryClean Pros (1 page)

Exhibit 22 A letter dated September 12, 2008, to Board of Selectman from Franklin &
           Wrentham Dance Workshop & Company (1 page)

Exhibit 23 A letter dated September 18, 2008, to ZBA from Attorney Richard Rook (6
pages)

Exhibit 24 A letter dated September 7, 2008, to ZBA from Attorney Richard Rook (1
page)

Exhibit 25 A letter dated August 6, 2008, to ZBA from Attorney Richard Rook (1 page)

Exhibit 26 Community & Environmental Assessment dated September 2008 (18
pages)

Exhibit 27 Traffic Impact and Access Study Revised September 2008 (19 pages)

Exhibit 28 185 South Street Site Plans revised September 17, 2008 include the
following:
                   C-1            Legend and General Notes
                   C-2            Overall Site Plan
                   C-3            Layout and Materials Plan
                   C-4            Grading Plan
                   C-5            Utility Plan
                   C-6            Landscape Plan
                   C-7- C15       Site Details 1-9
                   C-16           Deep Observation Hole Logs
                   Sv-1           Existing Conditions Plan of Land
                   SL-1           Site Lighting Plan

Exhibit 29 A letter dated July 25, 2008, to ZBA from Jacqueline Smith (1 page)

Exhibit 30 A petition dated September 24, 2008 (1)


Exhibit 31 E-mail dated September 24, 2008, from C. Whiting Rice, The Whiting Group
           to Ms. Jefferson (1)

Exhibit 32 Colored Architectural Plans prepared by BKA Architects, Inc. dated
           September 24, 2008 (2 pages)

Exhibit 33 Colored Site Plan Exhibit prepared by Vanasse Hangen Brustinlin, Inc. dated
           September 24, 2008 (1 page)

Exhibit 34 A letter dated August 29, 2008, from William E. Coyle, Jr. to ZBA
            (2 pages letter & 4 picture pages & 5 pages of qualifications & 1 page
Licenses)

Exhibit 35 Property Available for Sale for Fort Lauderdale, FL, Emmaus, PA, and
           Runnemede, NJ (3 pages)

Exhibit 36 Town of Wrentham ZBA Appeal# 120 Decision (2 pages)

Ms. Marion Cafferky, 176 South Street, had concerns about the Franklin CVS
Pharmacist asking personal questions. Bill Boone, 276 Taunton Street, asked why CVS
outsources their mail order scripts. Paul Ross, 190 South Street, talked about the
pages of CVS closures that he submitted at the June 13th meeting. Ted Barber, 60
Common Street, had a concern about the increase in traffic. Jacqueline Smith, 375
Madison Street, had a concern about the size of the building and traffic. Jim Alex, 312
South Street, had a concern about the size of the building. Margaret Ranieri, 165 South
Street, had a concern about traffic and ZBA jurisdiction. Alexander McClintock, 76
Common Street, asked a question whether or not CVS was going to clean up the site?
Bill Casbarra, 87 Lake Street, stated that he is also the Foxborough Building
Commission and he talked about the new CVS in Foxborough. He also was concerned
about the size of the structure. C. Whiting Rice, on behalf of Ms. Cafferky, asked a
question concerning the granite curbing and the queuing with both driveways.

A motion to continue the public hearing to October 8, 2008, at 7:30 p.m. at the public
safety building, was made by Immonen, seconded, and passed unanimously.

The meeting adjourned at 11:00 p.m.

				
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