China Planning Board members have three commercial projects near South China Village and Route 3 to consider at their Tuesday, Dec. 10 meeting, which starts at 6:30 p.m. in the town office meeting room and is open to the public.
Codes Officer Bill Butler expects a preliminary presentation by Sunrise Investments LLC on plans for two solar arrays, one on Route 3 adjacent to Dan Ouellette’s loam mining operation and the other in Mike Willette’s pit off Arnold Road.
Also, Jamie Nichols is scheduled to present plans for a self-storage facility on Vassalboro Road, on vacant land just north of the existing car wash.
If time permits, board members will begin consideration of a local marijuana ordinance and application form.
Since the Nov. 5 local elections, the Planning Board members are Randall Downer, Tom Miragliuolo, Natale Tripodi,Toni Wall and James Wilkens. The District 3 seat (southeastern China) is vacant.
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