South Thomaston Planning Board gives final approval to Cove Point subdivision site plan
South Thomaston — The South Thomaston Planning Board on June 21 approved a site plan for a three-lot subdivision known as Cove Point at the end of Snowhill Lane.
The proposal calls for three single-family homes with three to four bedrooms each overlooking Ballyhac Cove.
Developer and owner Edward W. Cardinali of Charlestown, Mass., attended the meeting in the town hall with all the appropriate documents, including a plan to widen the road into the project.
The lots are on a six-plus-acre parcel that has been split up into lots consisting of 2.6 acres, 2.9 acres and 2.5 acres, said planning board Chairman Roger Young.
Cardinali said he has been working with the board for six months to gain approval.
Planning board members praised Cardinali for going along with their requests during the process.
Conditions set by the board in approval include a stipulation that no wells or septic systems are to be subdivided, wastewater from the homes must be pumped away from the subdivision, underground electric, telephone and wastewater lines are to serve the subdivision, and domestic water supply will be from private wells.
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