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Report by Paula Antolini
January 7, 2016 10:15PM EDT
Bethel Legal Notices: Dec, 23, 2015 – Jan. 6, 2016
Brief summary of notices topics, see full notices below.
—Bethel Republican Caucus
—Request for Proposal, Lessee for Old Bethel Train Station
—Foreclosure, 15 Long Hill Road, Bethel, CT
—Bethel Democratic Caucus
—*P&Z approval: Text amendment Section 4.3.I.4b Medical use exception From 7,000 to 6,000sf The Farm’s at Stony Hill 36 Stony Hill Road Site Plan/Special Permit
*Bethel Advocate readers can see the minutes of the above P&Z meeting here: http://www.bethel-ct.gov/filestorage/1190/83/10494/10545/2015-10-13m.pdf
—Bethel Housing Authority 25 Reynolds Ridge Bethel, Ct 06801 Effective January 1, 2016 the Waiting List for the Reynolds Ridge Housing Community is now closed.
—Public Utilities Commission of the Town of Bethel, Connecticut pursuant to the provision of Sections 7-249 and 7-250 of the Connecticut General Statutes will hold a Public Hearing on January 27th at 7:00 p.m. in the Municipal Center, 1 School Street, Bethel, CT – General Purpose Room.
—At the Bethel Planning & Zoning Commission meeting held on November 24th 2015 following decision was made: Approved: Steck 131 Putnam Park Road Resubdivision Dated this 21st day of December 2015 at Bethel Connecticut.
*Bethel Advocate readers can see the minutes of the Nov. 24th meeting here: http://www.bethel-ct.gov/filestorage/1190/83/10494/10545/2015-11-24m.pdf
—Brookfield Cell Tower public information meeting.
LEGAL NOTICE BETHEL REPUBLICAN CAUCUS The Republican
LEGAL NOTICE BETHEL REPUBLICAN CAUCUS The Republican Electors of the BETHEL, CT are hereby warned and notified that a caucus of the Bethel Republican Party will take place on January 11, 2016 at 7:30 PM at the Senior Center in the Bethel Municipal Center – 1 School St, Bethel, CT for the purpose of endorsing Republican Candidates to serve on the Republican Town Committee for the 2016-18 term. Attest: William I. Duff Bethel Republican Town Committee Chairman
Appeared in: News-Times on Tuesday, 01/05/2016
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL Town of Bethel County, Fairfield
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL Town of Bethel County, Fairfield State of Connecticut Notice is hereby given that Proposal packages will be received at the Office of the Purchasing Agent, C.J. Hurgin Municipal Center, 1 School Street, Bethel, Connecticut, 06801 Thursday, March 3, 2016 for the following purpose: LESSEE FOR THE OLD BETHEL TRAIN STATION The Town of Bethel, through its Board of Selectmen, seeks proposals for a potential Lessee of the Old Bethel Train Station located between Front Street and Depot Place, in downtown Bethel, to occupy and utilize the Station for commercial use. Request for Proposal documents are available in the Office of the Purchasing Agent, Frank N. Ventrella in the Finance Department. 203-794-8514. Documents are also available on our web site. http://www.bethel-ct.gov/filestorage/1190/136/8405/Train_Station_RFP<_1416_2.0.pdf Sealed proposals must be submitted no later than 4:00 p.m. on March 3, 2016. The Town of Bethel reserves the right to accept and/or reject any and all packages, waive any informalities and select applicants that it determines best meets their needs as provided for in Section 8-13c of the Charter of the Town of Bethel. The Town of Bethel is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and Minority owned business enterprises are encouraged to submit proposals. Dated at Bethel, Connecticut, this 7th day of January, 2016. Town of Bethel Purchasing Authority Matthew S. Knickerbocker First Selectman Robert V. Kozlowski Comptroller
Appeared in: News-Times on Thursday, 01/07/2016
LEGAL NOTICE FORECLOSURE AUCTION SALE Docket No.:
LEGAL NOTICE FORECLOSURE AUCTION SALE Docket No.: DBD-CV-14-6014942S Case Name: JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association vs. Michael J. Meadows, et al Property Address: 15 Long Hill Road, Bethel, CT Property Type: Residential Date of Sale: Saturday, January 9, 2016 Committee Name: E. O’Malley Smith, Committee Phone #: 203-744-2150 See Foreclosure Sales at www.jud.ct.gov for more detailed information
Appeared in: News-Times on Friday, 01/01/2016
NOTICE OF DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS To enrolled members of the
NOTICE OF DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS To enrolled members of the Democratic Party of the Town of Bethel, Connecticut Pursuant to the Rules of the Democratic Party and State election laws, you are hereby notified that a caucus will be held on: January 11, 2016, at 7:30 P.M., at: The Clifford J. Hurgin Municipal Center Conference Room A 1 School Street Bethel, Connecticut To elect twenty-five (25) members to the Bethel Democratic Town Committee for two-year terms; and to transact other business as may be proper to come before said caucus. Dated at Bethel, Connecticut, on the 11th day of December 2015. Democratic Town Committee of Bethel /s/ Nicholas W. Vitti Jr., Chairman
Appeared in: News-Times on Monday, 01/04/2016
LEGAL NOTICE At the October 13th 2015 meeting of the
LEGAL NOTICE At the October 13th 2015 meeting of the Bethel Planning & Zoning Commission the following decisions was rendered: Approved : Text amendment Section 4.3.I.4b Medical use exception From 7,000 to 6,000sf The Farm’s at Stony Hill 36 Stony Hill Road Site Plan/Special Permit Pat Rist , Chairman
Appeared in: News-Times on Wednesday, 01/06/2016
Bethel Housing Authority 25 Reynolds Ridge Bethel, Ct
Bethel Housing Authority 25 Reynolds Ridge Bethel, Ct 06801 Effective January 1, 2016 the Waiting List for the Reynolds Ridge Housing Community is now closed. Applications posted marked after January 1, 2015 will be returned unopened. For information concerning this announcement please call 203-797-9909.
Appeared in: News-Times on Monday, 12/28/2015
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE TOWN OF BETHEL PUBLIC UTITLITIES
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE TOWN OF BETHEL PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION PHASE 3.2, STONY HILL SEWER PROJECT PROPOSED SEWER BENEFIT ASSESSMENTS The Public Utilities Commission of the Town of Bethel, Connecticut pursuant to the provision of Sections 7-249 and 7-250 of the Connecticut General Statutes will hold a Public Hearing on January 27th at 7:00 p.m. in the Municipal Center, 1 School Street, Bethel, CT – General Purpose Room, for the purpose of receiving public comment with respect to the proposed levy of sewer benefit assessments upon properties especially benefited by the availability of sewers in Phase 3.2 of the Stony Hill Sewer Project. At such hearing the public and the owners of all properties against which a proposed benefit assessment may be levied shall have an opportunity to be heard thereon. The properties affected by the proposed benefit assessments are located at Benedict Road: #47, Birch Drive: #5, #6, #8, #10 through #18, #20 through #24, #26 through #30, Garella Road: #10 through #16, #18 through #26, #28 through #37, #39, #41, Maple Row: #3 through #6, #8, through #26, #28, #30, #32, #34, #36, #38, #40, Payne Road: #6, #10, #14, #18, #22, #28, #30, #32, Shelter Rock Road: #19, #21, #23, Vail Road: #12. It is anticipated that when established, the benefit assessment may be payable, at the option of the property owner, in equal annual installments over 25 years, said installment to be together with interest on the unpaid principal amount of such assessments. The purpose of the benefit assessments is to recover projects costs incurred to date, with future project costs to be recovered through the levy of additional benefit assessments. Properties that subsequently are served by Phase 3.2 of the Stony Hill Sewer Project, and benefited properties that after October 1, 2007 are subdivided or improved so as to change the number or character of their existing uses, shall be subject to the levy of a benefit assessment or a supplemental benefit assessment calculated in the manner established by the Commission. A copy of the proposed benefit assessments shall be available for public inspection at the Office of the Bethel Town Clerk, Hurgin Municipal Center, 1 School Street, Bethel, CT not later than December 29th, 2015. It will also be available online on the Town of Bethel website (www.Bethel-CT.gov). Dated at Bethel, Connecticut, this day of December 21st, 2015. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION Matthew S .Knickerbocker, First Selectman Paul R. Szatkowski, Selectman Richard C. Straiton, Selectman Michael P. Gribbin, Commissioner Peter J. Valenti, Commissioner
Appeared in: News-Times on Tuesday, 12/29/2015
LEGAL NOTICE At the Bethel Planning & Zoning Commission
LEGAL NOTICE At the Bethel Planning & Zoning Commission meeting held on November 24th 2015 following decision was made: Approved: Steck 131 Putnam Park Road Resubdivision Dated this 21st day of December 2015 at Bethel Connecticut. Pat Rist , Chairman
Appeared in: News-Times on Wednesday, 12/23/2015
OTHER, OF INTEREST:
PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETING NOTICE Homeland Towers LLC
PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETING NOTICE Homeland Towers LLC (“Homeland” and Cellco Partnership d/b/a Verizon Wireless (“Cellco”) (collectively, the “Applicant”) will host a Public Information Meeting on Wednesday, January 27, 2016 at 7:00 PM at the Brookfield Town Hall, Meeting Room 133, 100 Pocono Road in Brookfield, CT to discuss plans to construct a wireless telecommunications facility on Town property behind the Brookfield Fire Department building at 100 Pocono Road. The Applicant proposes to construct a 150-foot monopole tower and install a 12′ x 30′ steel platform to support its radio equipment cabinets and a back-up generator. A 500 gallon propane tank will also be installed in the corner of the facility compound. All improvements will be located within a 75′ x 75′ leased area. The Town of Brookfield will install emergency service antennas at the top of the tower. The telecommunications facility described above is under the exclusive jurisdiction of the Connecticut Siting Council pursuant to the provisions of Section 16-50g et seq. of the General Statutes. Technical information regarding this proposal is available for review in the First Selectman’s Office and the Planning and Zoning Department at Town Hall, 100 Pocono Road in Brookfield. If you have any questions you can contact Kenneth C. Baldwin, Esq., Robinson & Cole LLP, 280 Trumbull Street, Hartford, CT 06103, (860) 275-8200, email@example.com.
Appeared in: News-Times on Wednesday, 01/06/2016
NOTE: This is a list of some recent notices and is not a complete list of all notices, please check with the town of Bethel (or other towns listed) for more information.