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Minutes of Planning Commission Special Meeting, 11/20/2018

AGENDA: Planning Commission Special Meeting

RECEIVED 11/21/2018 10:01am
Kathleen R. Miserendino - Redding Deputy Town Clerk

MINUTES
Tuesday, November 20, 2018
6:30 p.m. – Town Hall Conference Room
100 Hill Road, Redding

Present: Toby Welles, Chairman; Commissioner Chuck Cilo; Commissioner Anda Cumings (7:25); Commissioner Nancy King; Alternate James Bacon; Alternate Claire Matzke.
Also present:   John Hayes, Town Planning Consultant (6:50)
Aimee Pardee, Land Use Director

The Chairman called the meeting to order at 6:40 p.m.  C. Matzke was seated for S. Gagnon;  J. Bacon was seated for A. Cumings.

I.  ADMINISTRATIVE

Town Plan of Conservation & Development 2018.  Recommendations to be submitted to the office by email Planning@townofreddingct.org for John Hayes. Review Georgetown chapter.

The Chairman reviewed work that he had done on the chapters of the town plan; he explained that he has received some data from J. Hayes and has incorporated that information into the appropriate chapters.  He stated that he has also read a recent study regarding Route 7 which reinforced previous studies which discouraged the construction of a “super 7”; he has referenced that study in the town plan.
A. Pardee provided an update regarding mapping being worked on by contractor CDM Smith.
J. Hayes arrived with maps that had been produced by WestCOG. The commission reviewed the maps and were very happy with the results. J. Hayes discussed data that he is working on regarding ultimate build out of the town and also the possible impact of CGS 8-30g driven development.  There was also a discussion of CGS 8-30g development in Ridgefield and how discharge from their treatment plant could ultimately impact the discharge from Redding’s treatment plant as the carrying capacity of the Norwalk River is reached.

Discussion of the town plan will be continued at the regular meeting of November 27, 2018.

II.  CHAIRMAN’S REPORT

No items were discussed under this agenda item.

On the motion of C. Cilo, the Commission voted unanimously to adjourn the meeting at 7:40  p.m.

Submitted by: Aimee Pardee

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