Vassalboro Planning Board members have four applications on the agenda for their Tuesday, April 6, meeting, scheduled for 7 p.m. The meeting will be virtual; it will be available for simultaneous viewing on the website vcsvikings.org.
The applications, in order, are:
- From Kelley Gooldrup, to combine lots 9 and 10 in the Stone Road subdivision;
- From Jack’s Place Too, LLC, to expand a deck at 201 Tilton Lane, in the Webber Pond shoreland zone;
- From Elizabeth Austin to open a juice bar at 913 Main Street, in North Vassalboro; and
- From Sunvest Solar, Inc., to build a solar facility on David and Jennifer Jones’ land on Webber Pond Road.
Sunvest Solar is presenting a pre-application; company representatives will explain the proposed project, but no decisions are expected.
Vassalboro has two approved commercial solar projects, ReVision Energy’s, on Route 32, and Longroad Energy’s, on Riverside Drive. Another application, from Sebago Technics for a property off Cemetery Street, is pending.
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