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Mask Up Maynard
Massachusetts residents are advised to continue following recommendations outlined by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health in order to limit their risk of exposure to COVID-19. For information on the steps recommended by The Massachusetts Department of Public Health please click here.
Maynard clinics for Maynard residents have not been scheduled yet due to vaccine shortages for local health departments
Town staff and the Maynard Board of Health are considering the feasibility of localized vaccination operations. It should be expected to be reliant on cooperation with regional entities and state agencies. For a link to where people can find clinics for Phase 1 and Phase 2- priority 1, which is for individuals who are 75+, please click here.
Need a ride? Those over 75 who wish to request a ride to a vaccination site may call Maynard Police Dispatch at 978-897-1011 or email Chief Noble at firstname.lastname@example.org, and are asked to give at least two days notice. (Read more about this on the MPD website.)
The above title is a link to Mass.gov that includes information such as: latest vaccine updates in MA, a COVID-19 vaccine distribution timeline and eligibility info, a map for COVID-19 vaccine locations for individuals in Phase 1, a weekly MA COVID-19 vaccination report, information for residents and staff of long-term care facilities, and much more.
Please join the Maynard Sesquicentennial Committee in celebrating the anniversary of the founding of the Town of Maynard on Monday, April 19, 2021 from 11:15 to 12:15 at The Sanctuary ~ 82 Main Street.
The program will include greetings from local and state representatives, a reading of the petition to create the Town by a time traveler from 1871, and the opening the Time Capsule from the 100th anniversary.
For more information on the Town’s 150th Anniversary in 2021, visit maynard150.org
In January 2021, Governor Baker signed a law decriminalizing fare evasion on the T. Violators will instead be issued a non-criminal citation with a fine proportionate to the nature of the offense. The law also gave the MBTA the regulatory authority to set fine levels.
With this new authority, the MBTA is proposing a new regulation to decrease fine levels. Riders can review and provide feedback on our proposed regulations before they are finalized.
The Department of Public Works will be conducting our first Recycle Center service at the Highway garage at 38 Winter Street on Saturday, April 10th, 2021, opening at 8am. We want to remind residents to follow our COVID-19 protocols. Only one resident in each vehicle, stay in your car and our staff will assist you. We would also like to remind all resident that you should be receiving the E.L Harvey solid waste and recycle information flyer in the mail — please be on the lookout. The flyer can also be found here on the Department of Public Works website.
Pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 40A s.9 & s.15, the Maynard Zoning Board of Appeals will hold a REMOTE public hearing on Monday, April 26, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. to hear all persons interested in the Variance Application filed by Stephanie L. Malone, 19 Lincoln Street, Maynard, MA.
The subject property, 19 Lincoln Street, is located within the Single-Family Residence Zoning District 1. The petitioner is requesting a Variance from Section 4.1.2 of the Zoning By-laws to: allow a change of a non-conforming structure on a non-conforming lot that will increase the existing nonconformities and allow construction of a front patio that will encroach into the required 25-foot front setback and increase the non-conforming lot coverage.
A copy of the application package is on file with the Office of Municipal Services Office, Planning Division and can be provided via email by contacting OMS@townofMaynard.net.
The Zoning Board of Appeals will hold a remote public hearing via Zoom on Monday, April 26th 2021 at 7:00 p.m. to hear all persons interested in the Petition filed by W. Timothy Hess, 63 Main Street, Maynard MA 01754, on behalf of the property owner David M. Otis. Consistent with Section 2.3 and 3.2 of the Maynard Zoning By-laws, the Petitioner is requesting a Special Permit to operate a dog- grooming business accessory to the residential use, to be located in a new accessory building, at 102 Parker Street within the Single Residence 1 District.
Pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 40A s.5, the Maynard Planning Board will hold a REMOTE public hearing on Tuesday, April 27, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. to consider the application filed by Derrick Maxwell on behalf of the owner and petitioner 31 Main Condominiums Trust, 31 Main Street, Maynard, MA 01754.
The Petitioner is requesting an amendment to the 31 Main Street Special Permit and Site Plan Review Decision dated February 26, 2019 to remove the requirement for three offsite parking spaces per Section VII of the Decision required by Section 188.8.131.52 of the Zoning By-laws.
A copy of the application package is on file with the Office of Municipal Services and can be requested by calling 978-897-1302 or emailing email@example.com.
An Acton and Maynard collaboration
Connecting Maynard, Acton and West Concord, the Powder Mill Road Corridor consists of approximately one mile in Maynard and a half mile in Acton. At our second virtual forum we will talk about what we learned from the first forum and recommendations for future use on the corridor.
The second virtual forum will be hosted by the staff and Economic Development Committees of Acton and Maynard and the Metropolitan Area Planning Council on April 8, 2021 at 6:00 pm.
RSVP for the zoom link here: http://mapc.ma/powdermill
Learn more about the project here: http://bit.ly/powdermill_corridor
Call in number for the meeting is +1-646-876-9923 enter meeting ID 914 9628 6278
If you have any questions about the forum please contact Jennifer Kaplan, Economic Development Planner at firstname.lastname@example.org.
There will be no joint meeting tomorrow evening between the Maynard Select Board and the Maynard School Committee regarding the proposed solar array facilities, intended to be scheduled for March 31, 2021.
However, the Maynard Select Board is expected to consider the topic at a future public meeting, tentatively within the first half of April 2021. Please check the town’s website for postings of public meeting notices.
For more information on the proposed solar array project, please view the Select Board meeting from March 25, 2021 and the public materials found on Board Docs of the same 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, April 27, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. to consider the application filed by the owner and petitioner Maynard Crossings JV, LLC – Capital Group Properties, 259 Turnpike Road, Southborough, MA 01772.
The Petitioner is requesting to amend Section 3 of “Exhibit B” (Operations and Maintenance Plan) of the Special Permit Decision dated September 19, 2017 for the Maynard Crossings (129 Parker Street) mixed-use development. Exhibit “B” of the Decision includes internal management protocol and regulations within the project. The request proposes amending the Operations and Maintenance Plan (originally approved pre-construction by the Planning Board) to better coincide with project’s actual activities/scheduling as evaluated post- construction. The requested amendments include adjustments to the hours of operations, site lighting hours, and delivery hours for each different type of use throughout the project.
The request does not affect, and will remain consistent with, the Town-approved Concept Plan for the Project. 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.
A copy of the application package, the approved Concept Plan, and related materials are on file with the Office of Municipal Services Office and can be viewed by appointment during normal business hours or emailed by request by calling 978-897-1302. Project materials are also available to view on the Town Website under the project’s dedicated page.
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Volunteers are the heart of a community. Our volunteers are a valuable resource for our fast-growing, fast-paced city.
Our city relies on our volunteers for everything from staffing special event, such as Freedom Fest and Merry Main Street, to assisting departments with daily activities, such as shelving library books, filing records or using GIS equipment.