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Conservation Commission
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Administrative Assistant
1 Liberty Lane
Norfolk, MA 02056
General Office: 9:00 A.M. - 6:00 P.M., Monday through Thursday
Agent's Hours: 9:00 A.M. - 3:00 P.M., Monday through Thursday

Town Hall is closed on Fridays

Meetings are held on the 2nd Wednesday of the month

John Weddleton - - - - - Chairman
Michelle Lauria - - -- - - Vice Chairman
Patick Touhey - - - - - - -Clerk
Dan Crafton - - - - - - - -Member and CPC liason
Tom Norton - - - - - - - - Member
David Turi - - - - - - - - - Member
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The annual herbicide application as proposed in the 2016 Commuter Rail Yearly Operational Plan is scheduled as follows:
        Rights-of-Way                                               May 8 - June 11, 2017
        Touch-up Application                                     August 1 - 31, 2017
        Brush Application (non-sensitive areas)        August 1 - 31, 2017
Click here for information regarding NStar/Eversource ROW Repair & Maintenance 2016
The Commision meets in Town Hall on the 2nd Wednesday of every month at  7:00 PM in Room 124 to conduct public hearings.  Complete filings must be submitted to the Conservation Commission office in Room 105C at least 14 days prior to an expected hearing date.  Please check the document Wetland Protection Filing Guidelines for additional filing information.   
Filing applications under the State Act (M.G.L. c.131, s.40) and the Town of Norfolk Wetland Protection Bylaw and Regulations can be obtained from the Norfolk Conservation Commission office (room 105C).
The Conservation Commission is the local regulatory body which has jurisdiction over natural resource areas protected under the State of Massachusetts regulations, Chapter 131 of the Massachusetts General laws and the local wetlands regulations of the Town of Norfolk. The mission is to protect Norfolk's resource areas in accordance with the Massachusetts Wetlands Protection Act, town by-laws, and the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection's program policies. In addition, the Commission is active in conservation land management.

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To preserve existing open space, the Commission gratefully accepts donations of land. The Commission also pursues acquisition for the protection of wetlands, groundwater resources, wildlife resources, and the preservation of the quality of life for the present and future citizens of Norfolk.

Norfolk Town Hall, One Liberty Lane, Norfolk MA 02056  Phone: 508-528-1408
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