Walter Woods was running a sheet metal shop right next to his house on 53 Stafford Road. To do it legally, the involved legislative bodies of the town did some “spot zoning” to zone Wood’s property as business. In 1989, Walter Woods divided his property into two parcels using the Approval Not Required (ANR) procedure and sold the larger tract of land to Brian Johnson on July 19, 2001, see deed book 11769, page 476. Brian Johnson thereafter built his house in the back at 61 Stafford Road. The fact that the parcel is zoned business came in handy as Brian Johnson’s dwelling also functions as the headquarters of his Construction business, J and G Construction.
To read Walter Woods’ obituary click here!
“So we have to split again, somebody will need to go to Wales and someone needs to go to finance. And finance is meeting every Wednesday this month.”
“I’m going to the Regional meeting... if that’s ok..”
It is interesting to watch where Wettlaufer’s priorities are and how important it was for HIM to go to Wales.
February 12, 2010, at 19:00 hours will be a Lake Oversight Committee meeting and residents of Chandler Road and Chaffee Road are encouraged to attend the meeting. The committee will discuss a grant application for a future project financed through the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission.
The two roads are dirt roads and are getting washed-out during thunderstorms in the summer. Last fall, there was such an incident the Holland Blog reported about in the piece, Erosion biggest threat to our Lake!
Petersen requested from the Executive Secretary to have another meeting scheduled with the new Zoning Enforcing Officer, Mr. Nelson Burlingame
February 13, 2010, Peter Frei