Save the Date- Route 125 Corridor Study Public Meeting on June 22nd

The Town of North Andover is conducting a study of the Route 125 Corridor between Sutton Street and the Haverhill city line. The Town is working with Nitsch Engineering and Innes Associates to assess transportation, infrastructure, and zoning in the area.

Join us for a virtual meeting where the project team will present initial findings from the study and discuss concepts for how the corridor might develop in the future. The public meeting will be held on Tuesday, June 22nd at 6pm.

The meeting will be held on Zoom. You must register before the meeting to join. Please use the registration link here: https://tinyurl.com/Route125

This project is an excellent opportunity to develop a vision for the future of a key corridor in town, where people live, work, shop, and travel through.The public’s input has been a great resource in this study and we look forward to your continued participation.

Please reach out to Dan Beckley, Staff Planner, at dbeckley@northandoverma.gov with any questions.


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Town Meeting Warrant Article of the Day – Article 30 Amend Zoning Bylaw – Chapter 195, Article 4, Part 5 Watershed Protection District

Warrant Article of the Day


Article 30 Amend Zoning Bylaw – Chapter 195, Article 4, Part 5 Watershed Protection District

Article 30 is a zoning bylaw amendment. It makes minor edits to boundaries and zones in order to make them compliant with the tables within the bylaw, and further clarifies the Watershed Protection District buffer zones.

Town Meeting Warrant Article of the Day – Articles 28 & 29 Amend Zoning Bylaws

Warrant Article of the Day


Article 28 Amend Zoning Bylaw – Article 4 Building and Uses Permitted 
Article 29 Amend Zoning Bylaw – Chapter 195, Article 18 – Downtown Overlay District, Part 2 Subdistrict A: Historic Mill Area, §195-18.13 Permitted Uses

Article 28 and article 29 are zoning bylaw amendments and provides for personal services establishments within the Business 4 Zoning District and the Downtown Overlay District Historic Mill Area, Subdistrict A. Personal services establishments are establishments providing personal services to the public such as shoe repair, barbering, dry cleaning, etc.

Town Meeting Warrant Article of the Day – Article 27 Amend Zoning Bylaw – Chapter 195, Attachment 3, Table 2 – Summary of Dimensional Requirements

Warrant Article of the Day


Article 27 Amend Zoning Bylaw – Chapter 195, Attachment 3, Table 2 – Summary of Dimensional Requirements
This article is a zoning bylaw amendment and is a housekeeping article to update a Table to match the zoning bylaw.

Town Meeting Documents

Town Meeting Warrant

https://sites.google.com/northandoverma.gov/annual-town-meeting-2021/home

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Town Meeting Straw Poll

North Andover continues to be a laboratory for what Town Meeting may be like in the future.  Once again we are testing whether deliberative results from Town Meeting represent the opinion of the citizenry at large.  We are conducting a straw poll inviting citizens to state their opinion on each article whether or not they attend Town Meeting. The straw poll will be live through Town Meeting until its adjournment.  Comparative results will be published post the adjournment of the meeting.  The votes in this straw poll will not count but merely be an expression of opinion of the people who choose to make that opinion known. Completing this is not a substitute for attending Town Meeting as all deliberative benefits and power is reserved for those at the meeting.  You are invited to do both – express your opinion here AND come to Annual Town Meeting on June 15th at 6PM on the North Andover High School football field.   Your identity will only be used for voter validation. Only straw poll results from North Andover Voters will be counted. All results are anonymous and those anonymized result totals will be shared after Town Meeting.

 

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2020 Water Quality Report

North Andover Water is proud to present our annual water quality report to our residents. This report covers many topics of interest along with the results of tests performed from January 1 to December 31, 2020.

We are dedicated to producing drinking water that meets and surpasses all state and federal standards. It is always our utmost importance that we are delivering the highest quality drinking water to you. As new challenges to drinking water safety emerge, we remain vigilant in meeting the goals of source water protection, water conservation, and community education while continuing to serve the needs of all our water users. In our efforts to become more sustainable, this and all future water will be available on the town’s website for review. A paper copy will be sent to anyone requesting one. If you would like a printed copy, or if you have any questions or comments regarding this report, please email Glen Alt, Superintendent, at galt@northandoverma.gov or call us at (978) 688-9574.

Town Meeting Remote Questions

Can’t make Town Meeting on Tuesday, June 15th?  Town Moderator Mark DiSalvo continues the innovation of allowing remote participation for citizens who are unable to attend but hope to contribute to the judgments made.  Simply use the form below or text your Town Meeting questions to (978) 237- 4862.

· You must be a current registered voter in North Andover.
· Only a question may be submitted. Comments, amendments or motions are not allowed.
· You must submit a verifiable phone number where your identity and question may be confirmed.
· This form is only for people who will not be attending Town Meeting. If you are at Town Meeting, you will be required to ask the question in person.
· Questions may be edited for clarity