Dandelion Fields

Montville Planning Board

Peter Kassen, Chair, 323-2577
Bob Delio, Vice-Chair 
The Board meets on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 7pm at the Town House.


The Planning Board meeting scheduled for July 14th has been cancelled due to a lack of agenda. Next meeting will be August 11th at 7 pm at the Town House, masking required.

Last Meetings Minutes:

2021 March 24

Planning Board Minutes

Meeting commenced at 7:02 P.M.

Members present: Peter Kassen, Greg McDaniel, Bob Delio, Chris Schmidt, Charles Fletcher, John Twomey, Andrew Marshall and Bernice Nadler. Select Person: Cathy Roberts.

Motion to approve February minutes seconded and passed unanimously.

Members of the "Good Neighbor Committee", Andrew Marshall, Charles Fletcher and Cathy Roberts, updated us on their continuing work on the Site Plan Review Ordinance (SPRO). Motion made to present the amendments to the SPRO at a public hearing on April 14 at 7:00 P.M.

Next Planning Board meeting, April 14, 2021

Meeting adjourned at 7:58 P.M.

Respectfully submitted by,

Bernice Nadler

February 17, 2021

Planning Board Minutes

Present via Zoom: Planning Board Members: Greg McDaniel, Charles Fletcher, Chris Schmidt, Karin Look, John Twomey, Andrew Marshall, and Bernice Nadler. 

Select Person - Cathy Roberts

Member of the public - Hannah Hatfield

Motion to approve January minutes, seconded and approved  unanimously.

Andrew, Cathy and Charles presented their work as members of "The Good Neighbor Committee" and their suggested modifications to the Site Plan Review Ordinance (SRO). Will need to polish the language for a Public Hearing on amendments to Site Plan Review Ordinance followed by the Planning Board meeting on March 24. After this, will forward to Select Board before Town Meeting on date yet to be determined.

Meeting adjourned at 8:10 pm.

Respectfully submitted by,

Bernice Nadler

The Ebenezer Knowlton House is a historic house on Choate Road in Montville, Maine. Built c. 1827, the property, which includes two period barns, is a well-preserved example of vernacular late Federal period architecture


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Planning Board Minutes