April 17, 2021

TONIGHT: Old Lyme’s Inland Wetlands Hold Public Hearing on Halls Rd. Gas Station/Convenience Store Proposal

OLD LYME — Old Lyme’s Inland Wetlands Commission is holding a Public Hearing on this controversial proposal as part of its regular monthly meeting this evening starting at 6 p.m. The hearing is scheduled after New Business and you can join the meeting via your computer or phone.

No in-person attendance is permitted at this meeting.

To join via your computer:

Visit this link:
Enter meeting number (access code): 129 901 7985
Enter meeting password: M2FraPiuY82

To join by phone:
Call +1-408-418-9388 (United States Toll)

The agenda reads as follows:


1.      21-5 – Christopher Marchant – 7 Sandpiper Point Road – Cut down some broken tree limbs and removal of some fallen trees on the ground.

2.      21-6 Town of Old Lyme WPCA – Shore Rd, Hartford Ave, Portland Ave, Swan Ave, Pond Rd, Cottage Ln, Old Colony Rd. Breen Ave, Gorton Ave.  –

Regional Wastewater Project to sewer Sound View Beach and Miscellaneous Town Area B.

3.      21-7 Prospect Transportation of New England, LLC – 38 Hatchetts Hill Rd –   Build a truck service building for its transportation and logistics business.

4.      21-9 Daniels Propane – 5 Gould Lane – Setting two 120 LP tanks which includes running 15′ of copper and trench approximately 10 feet.  Property Owner: Michael Switzer

5.      21-10 Michael Riggio – 18 Cutler Road – Adding four feet to existing deck.


6.     20-26 –Big Y Foods/Tony Coppola – 99 Halls Road & 25 Neck  Road –  Construct new convenience mart with retail motor vehicle fueling facility.


7.     21-8 – 6 Jericho – Ken Sweitzer –- Clearing

8.      21-1 – Point O’Woods Association – South Lyme – Maintenance and cleaning within the channel.

9.     21-4 – Christopher Papadopulos – 27 Connecticut Road – Deck on rear of  house and replace existing shed with new 10 x 20 shed


10.    Regular Meeting Minutes – February 23, 2021

Site Walk Meeting Minutes – March 17, 2021

Visit this link to read a letter on the subject of the proposed gas station/convenience store and all the comments that it sparked.


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