By Meredith McCulloch

The Selectmen, the Planning Board, the Historic Preservation Commission, and the Conservation Commission will meet during the coming week.

The Selectmen will meet on April 8 at 6:30 pm.  A prime agenda item is the creation of an Ad-Hoc Committee to track future changes on Hartwell Road.  Among the issues to be considered are zoning, impact on neighborhoods, school enrollment, impact on the tax base, timing of construction and to generally represent the interests of Bedford.

Other Selectmen business items are appointments to the Community Preservation Committee, the Transportation Advisory Committee, and the Cultural Council and the establishment of liaisons to town committees.

The Selectmen have given advanced notice of an April 22, 2019, 8 pm public hearing on a “Right of Entry” request by the United States Air Force for the purpose of monitoring wells.

The Planning Board Meet will meet at 7:30 pm on April 10. On their agenda is a site plan review of JGMS and discussion of plans for 18 North Road, “continued without testimony.” They will also discuss accessory apartment unit zoning.

Also on Tuesday, April 9 the Historic Preservation Commission will hold a demotion delay hearing for the house at 11 Bacon Road.

The Conservation Commission will meet at 7:00 pm on April 10. New business will include camping rules in Bedford Forest and Clark & Little Meadow Management.

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