CAMDEN — The Planning Board will meet to discuss plans for a 10-unit subdivision on Thursday, Jan. 12 at 5 p.m. in the French Conference Room at the Town Office.

There is no opportunity to Zoom or comment without emailing or calling ahead. The agenda includes the following info on how to participate: “The meeting will be streamed at The public can submit comments in advance of the meeting by mail to Town of Camden, Post Office Box 1207, Camden, Maine 04843, Attention: Codes; by email to; or by phone to 236-3353 X7112. …All comments intended to be entered into a Public Hearing record must be received prior to the close of business the day before.”

A company called NordHavn Camden, LLC, has submitted an application to the town planning office for a 10-unit condominium subdivision off Route 1 out past Camden Hills State Park on the way to Lincolnville.

Gartley & Dorsky Engineering and Surveying submitted the plans for NordHavn. Edward Hansen is listed as the managing partner for NordHavn.

The project is planned for a 43.48-acre parcel at 440 Belfast Rd. (Route 1) and is described as an “open-space residential development” putting in nine new stand-alone, single-family condominiums. These would be added to the one unit already existing on the property.

The parcel is a wooded area and there is an existing network of woods roads. The existing driveway is too narrow and steep for the new project, so a larger one would be installed.

The meeting includes the preapplication process and the board will decide the date of the site walk and whether the board will hire an outside consultant as well as a date for a public hearing. The Jan. 12 meeting will also include a public information meeting.