Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Cheshire Plan of Conservation & Development update from Town Hall

From Town Hall:

The Town of Wallingford recently applied to the State Office of Policy and Management (OPM) for amendments to the State Plan of Conservation and Development, one of which concerns a location on the Wallingford/Cheshire line that could impact Cheshire. As such, the Town was notified by OPM on September 8, 2009 of the opportunity to host a public hearing on said amendment if we responded within 20 days. The Planning and Zoning Commission at their meeting on September 14, 2009 voted to request a public hearing, and to invite the Town Council as well. Town Planner Bill Voelker and his staff are working on an analysis of the potential impact to Cheshire. I will forward the date of the public hearing once set, and the impact analysis when completed.

Tim White


Anonymous said...

What part of the town line is being affected?

Tim White said...

That's a copy n paste from the email. You have as much information as I do.

Anonymous said...

A guess may be...Cheshire Crossing. This development straddles the townline at Wallingford Road. Cheshire is using Wallingford utilities including water and sewer.