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Public Hearing On Constitution Park Thursday

Hearing on planning and zoning issues will be at 8 p.m. at the town campus off of Duck Hole Road.

 

The town's Planning & Zoning Commission has scheduled a public hearing for 8 p.m. on Thursday, May 17th relating to planning and zoning issues for Constitution Park, Madison's newest park. The meeting will be at town hall at , off of Duck Hole Road, just north of Hammonasset Connector.

The public is invited to attend.

PUBLIC HEARING (Scheduled for 8:00 P.M.):

12-10D+CSP. 1362 Boston Post Road. Map 31, Lots 38, 39 & 40. R-1/R-2/C Zones. Owner/Applicant: Town of Madison. Special Exception Permit to develop a Municipal Park at the site of the former Griswold Airport to include 3 multi-purpose turf grass playing fields, conservation areas, constructed wetland, coastal grassland habitat areas, shared use path and trail system that includes overlooks, an elevated walkway and canoe and kayak launch, an existing hangar building to be adapted for re-use, proposed concession and restroom building, picnic area, natural amphitheater and access driveway and parking areas for 154 vehicles.

Southern Sally May 16, 2012 at 11:12 PM
Misleading location: The meeting will be at town hall at Town Campus, off of Duck Hole Road, just south of Hammonasset Connector. (There is nothing south but roadway, they will have to set up chairs on the 4 lane limited access highway I suppose. Walter L. can direct traffic.
Pem McNerney (Editor) May 17, 2012 at 12:23 AM
SS ... my mistake. I will correct. That would be north ...
Matt May 17, 2012 at 12:43 AM
I think you should stop using this repetitive phrase "Madison's newest park" in all of your articles. First of all, it is not a park. It is a vacant lot. Second of all, it is not new. It was purchased nearly three years ago and sat vacant with no plan since. There is nothing new about it and nothing park about it.
Becky Bowow May 17, 2012 at 03:35 PM
Matt: Did you pick the name Constitution Park for Madison's newest park? Good job as we like the Constitution Park name. It literally means "something that is good for your constitution", usually a common euphemism for the first visit to the restroom for a bowel movement. As long as they have Porto-Potties or restrooms on site, the name should remain. We envision a lot of early morning residents visiting madison's newest park to go for a morning walk and do their morning constitution while there. Good progress and movement all the way around.
Matt May 17, 2012 at 03:51 PM
No I did not pick the name. If it was up to me, the name would have been "FOR SALE".
Donald Downie June 15, 2012 at 03:20 AM
Plan on building an XGames extreme theme park there. Fill in all the wet lands and we are good to go. Got the idea from the blazing of miles of trails for extreme mountain biking up in the Rockland Nature Preserve that the Town okeyed.

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