Who Is Notified of a Wetlands Project?

The Randolph Wetlands Protection Bylaw requires that all property owners within 300 feet of a proposal to conduct work in or near wetlands are notified by the applicant by mail. All wetland hearings are also legally advertised in a local newspaper at least 5 days prior to the hearing.

Show All Answers

1. Who Is Notified of a Wetlands Project?
2. How Can I Find Out More About What is Proposed?
3. What Should I Expect at the Public Hearing?
4. What Issues Does the Commission Consider?
5. How Do I Present Testimony at a Public Hearing?
6. How Can I Make My Concerns Known if I Cannot Attend?
7. What Happens After the Hearing?
8. Will I Be Notified of the Decision?
9. How Can I Appeal?