As part of the Town’s stormwater public education initiative, Maynard officials are reminding residents of the harmful effects fertilizer can have on water quality.
It’s hard to imagine that a green, flourishing lawn could pose a threat to the environment, but the fertilizers you apply to your lawn are potential pollutants! “If you use too much fertilizer in your lawn or garden, rain can wash it into our streams, wetlands, and even the Assabet River” says Kaitlin Young, Maynard’s Conservation Agent and Assistant Town Planner. “This can have a devastating effect on water quality and the overall ecosystem.”
Continue reading Residents Encouraged to be Smart about Fertilizer Usage
On Sunday, June 13 at 2:30pm at Memorial Park, the Maynard Elks extends an invitation to all who would like to join us this for our Flag Day Retirement. In addition to the flag retirement ceremony the Maynard Veterans Council will hold the Annual Memorial Day Observance (which was previously cancelled due to inclement weather).
Pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 40A s.9 & s.15, the Maynard Zoning Board of Appeals will hold a public hearing on Monday, June 28, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. at the Maynard Town Building, 195 Main Street (Soup Campbell Room) Maynard, to hear all persons interested in the Variance Application filed by Kristen & John Mallin, 55 Glendale Street, Maynard, MA.
The subject property, 55 Glendale Street, is located within the Single-Family Residence Zoning District 2. The petitioner is requesting a Variance from Section 4.1.1 of the Zoning By- laws to allow the construction of a 15’ x 15’ addition on the back of the house which will increase building coverage over the 15% maximum.
A copy of the application package is on file with the Office of Municipal Services Office and can be provided by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 978-897-1302.
The Maynard Conservation Commission will hold a remote Zoom meeting on Tuesday, June 8, at 6:30PM, relative to the filing of a Request for Determination of Applicability under the Massachusetts Wetlands Protection Act and the Maynard Wetlands Administration Bylaw and Regulations filed by Richard Malloy III, 56C Old Marlboro Road, Maynard, MA, for vegetative cleaning associated with yard expansion within the 100 foot Bordering Wetland Buffer Area at 56C Old Marlboro Road.
Continue reading Legal Notice: ConsCom Public Meeting – 56C Old Marlboro Rd. – June 8
The Maynard Conservation Commission will hold a remote Zoom meeting on Tuesday, June 8, at 6:30PM, relative to the filing of a Request for Determination of Applicability under the Massachusetts Wetlands Protection Act and the Maynard Wetlands Administration Bylaw and Regulations filed by Dennis Iannarelli, 95 Waltham Street, Maynard, MA, for the construction of an above-ground pool within the 100 foot Bordering Wetland Buffer Area at 95 Waltham Street.
Continue reading Legal Notice: ConsCom Public Meeting, 95 Waltham St. – June 8
Due to the inclement weather our Annual Memorial Day Event on Monday, May 31, 2021 has been cancelled.
Town Hall will be closed on Monday in observance of Memorial Day.
Notice is hereby given, in accordance with Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 138, as amended, that a Public Hearing will be held on Tuesday, June 15, 2021 at 7:15 p.m. in the Michael J. Gianotis Meeting Room (No. 201) at the Maynard Town Building or via zoom on the application for a New Retail Restaurant License on premise for All Alcohol Beverages as a Common Victualler license for Paulista Pizza Inc. d/b/a Maynard Pizza House, Manager Vanessa De Paula at 149 Main Street, Maynard, MA. Copy of application is on file in the Office of the Selectmen.
The Town of Maynard is pleased to announce our 2021 Approved Roadway Paving Projects. The following Public Roadways will undergo a replacement with a tentative start date of May 17, 2021 (weather dependent). Roadway paving will be conducted by Sunshine Paving, and their sub-contractors. Estimated project completion 10-14 days.
PROJECT UPDATE (26-May): Work on Nason Street, Brooks Street, and Durant Avenue will start on 5/28/2021 and will continue on 6/1/2021 and 6/2/2021. There will be no milling (removal of the existing pavement surface) on Nason until Tuesday, June 1st at the earliest.
Nason Street – #12 to #42 (water main failure Winter 2020)
Process: Mill and Overlay
Brooks Street – Concord Street to Jethro Street
Brooks Street – Summer Street to Concord Street
Durant Avenue – Dana Road to Cul-de-sac
Welcome Back! The Maynard Public Library building reopened to the public starting Tuesday, June 1st. All services are available, including public computers.
We ask that you:
- Cover your nose and mouth for your entire visit
- Practice social distancing
- Limit your library visit to 45 minutes or less
In-Person Hours are: Tuesday 10-4 Thursday 1-7, Friday 10-4, Saturday 10-1 [June]
Curbside Pickup: Monday 2-5, Wednesday 2-5
Phone Support: Monday-Friday 10-5
Please be advised that the Maynard Select Board, acting at their May 18, 2021 meeting, voted five to zero: “To set the date for the Special Town Meeting to Monday, October 18, 2021 at 7:00 pm and to designate the Fowler School, 3 Tiger Drive as location for the Special Town Meeting.”
Pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 40A s.5 and s.9, the Maynard Planning Board will hold a REMOTE public hearing on Tuesday, June 8, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. to consider the application filed by Bohler Engineering, 352 Turnpike Road, Southborough, MA 01772 on behalf of the owner and petitioner Market Basket at Maynard Crossing, 6 Digital Way, Maynard, MA 01754.
The Petitioner is requesting a Major Modification to the Special Permit Decision dated September 19, 2017 for the Maynard Crossings (129 Parker Street) mixed-use development; the change will document the location of the trash compactors at the rear of the constructed Market Basket building. This request is pursuant to Sections 9.3 and 10.4 of the Zoning By- laws and the Concept Plan approved by Town Meeting on October 5, 2016.
Continue reading Legal Notice: Planning Board Hearing – Market Basket – Jun 8
Maynard officials are reminding residents of their civic “doody” to scoop the poop in public areas and in their yards.
“Pet waste is more than a smelly nuisance. It can make people sick and pollute our local waterways,” says Kaitlin Young, Maynard’s Conservation Agent and Assistant Town Planner. “That’s why we’re asking dog owners to not only pick up after their pets, but to place their pet waste bags in a trash can.”
Scooping up pet waste in public areas is important for keeping Maynard clean and inviting to both residents and visitors. But it’s just as important to properly dispose of your pet waste too. When you walk your dog, make sure to carry a plastic bag with you. That way, you can pick up pet waste and dispose of it properly by throwing it in a trash can.
Continue reading Town of Maynard Encourages Residents to do their Civic “Doody” by Scooping the Poop