Notice is hereby given, in accordance with Mass. General Law Chapter 166 that a Public Hearing will be held on Tuesday, November 2, 2021 at 7:15 pm via Zoom.
The enclosed petition and plan are being presented by the NSTAR ELECTRIC COMPANY d/b/a as EVERSOURCE ENERGY and VERIZON for the purpose of obtaining a Grant of Location to install one (I) new pole #91/9A and to relocate one (1) existing pole #91/10 Sudbury Road, Maynard.
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We’re building a new fire station, so what about the old one? Let us know what you think could be the future of the property of the old fire station at 1 Summer Street. Please fill out our community survey here. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CLFS7WM
THE MAYNARD CULTURAL COUNCIL SEEKS FUNDING PROPOSALS for community-oriented arts, humanities, and science programs due October 15. Organizations, schools, and individuals can apply for grants that support cultural activities in the community.
These grants can support a variety of artistic projects and activities in Maynard — including exhibits, festivals, field trips, short-term artist residencies, or performances in schools, workshops, and lectures. This year the council would like to have greater impact and will be funding a small portion of larger grants ($1,500 or more). Grants typically range from $50 to $1500.
The Maynard Cultural Council is part of a network of 329 Local Cultural Councils serving all 351 cities and towns in the Commonwealth. The LCC Program is the largest grassroots cultural funding network in the nation, supporting thousands of community-based projects in the arts, sciences and humanities every year. The state legislature provides an annual appropriation to the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency, which then allocates funds to each community.
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The Maynard Conservation Commission will hold a remote Zoom meeting on Tuesday, October 12, 2021, at 6:30 PM, relative to the filing of a Request for Determination of Applicability pursuant to MGL Chapter 131, Sec. 40 Wetlands Protection Act and the Maynard Wetlands Administration Bylaw and Regulations filed by Jeffrey Robichaud, 22 Tobin Drive, Maynard, MA, for the removal of invasive species (Japanese knotweed and Purple loosestrife) adjacent to a wetland at 22 Tobin Drive.
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The Maynard Conservation Commission will hold a remote Zoom meeting on Tuesday, October 12, 2021, at 6:30 PM, relative to the filing of a Request for Determination of Applicability pursuant to MGL Chapter 131, Sec. 40 Wetlands Protection Act and the Maynard Wetlands Administration Bylaw and Regulations filed by Justin DeMarco, Town of Maynard Department of Public Works, 195 Main Street, Maynard, MA, for the performance of geotechnical investigations to support the design and construction of a water main between future Wellfield 4A and the existing water treatment plant at 0 Dettling Rd.
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As required by Massachusetts General Law Chapter 40, Section 56, the Maynard Select Board will hold their annual fiscal year 2022 Tax Classification Hearing on Tuesday, November 16, 2021 at 7:20 PM via Zoom remote meeting (access instructions below). The purpose of the hearing is to determine the percentages of the local tax levy to be borne by each class of real property. The public is welcome to attend.
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The Maynard Sesquicentennial Committee invites all to celebrate Maynard’s 150th anniversary with a parade down Main and Nason Streets on Sunday, September 19th starting at 1pm.
The Maynard Conservation Commission will hold a remote Zoom meeting on Tuesday, September 14, 2021, at 6:30PM, relative to the filing of a Request for Determination of Applicability pursuant to MGL Chapter 131, Sec. 40 Wetlands Protection Act and the Maynard Wetlands Administration Bylaw and Regulations filed by Ivan Singer, 104 Acton Street, Maynard, MA, for the regrading of a driveway within the 100-foot buffer of a vegetated wetland at 104 Acton.
Pursuant to Chapter 20 of the Acts of 2021, this meeting will be conducted as a remote meeting. The meeting can be joined by computer or by phone. To join by computer, visit https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89123379138?pwd=TkdjaXZCUHVxYTdJZG5HcHA1RjJmQT09 and use the Password “801032”. To call in by phone, dial +1 646 558 8656 and use Meeting ID # 891 2337 9138 and the above password.
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The National Weather Service in Norton has issued a Flood Warning for the Assabet River At Maynard from late Thursday to early Sunday morning.
- At 7:15 AM EDT Thursday the stage was 3.8 feet.
- Flood stage is 5.0 feet.
- Minor flooding is forecast.
- Forecast... The river is expected to rise above flood stage just after midnight tonight to a crest of 5.6 feet tomorrow evening. It will then fall below flood stage Saturday evening.
- Impact… At 6.0 feet, Flooding is likely in low lying sections along the river including portions of Maynard, Hudson and Concord. Water may approach homes along the river and may force several localized road closures.
The Select Board will be considering implementation of water-use restrictions at their meeting on May 4th. Please review the proposed article.
The Public Emergency Information Line is active. You can call 978-897-1332 for information about town services during the storm.
A large winter storm has finally stopped in the Maynard area. Please continue to avoid parking on the streets so that the final snow plowing operations can proceed smoothly.
The Storm Updates page also provides information from a variety of sources regarding public safety during the storm. Check the page for the latest updates.
Please check the Winter Storm Preparation and Cold Weather pages for valuable information to protect you and your property.
The Maynard Fire Department reminds everyone that seconds count when there is a fire. Keeping hydrants shoveled out and clear can mean the difference between life and death should a fire break out near you.