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04/12/17 PB Minutes

TOWN OF BETHLEHEM
Planning Board
April 12, 2017

BETHLEHEM TOWN HALL MEETING ROOM
Minutes
6:00 pm
Present:   Dave Wiley Co-chair, Marie Stevenson, Johnathan Stevenson, David Rodrigues, Mary Moritz, Don Lavoie and Neil Brody.
Absent:  Mike Bruno

Dave Wiley read the agenda.

Benedict Woo was asked to present his vision for a donut and coffee shop at 2017 Main Street, in Blush facials next to WREN. The space is approximately 256 square feet.  Coffee will be Green Mountain pods.  Hours of operation will be from 5amto 5pm.  A coffee and a donut will cost the customer $3.00. Mr. Woo plans on opening June 1, 2017, and would like to incorporate a blue dog on his logo flag.
He explained there was a walk-through of the space for the client that was conducted with Linda Matheson of Peabody & Smith.  Jack Anderson and Dave Wiley also participated in the meeting.  Sprinklers will not be needed per Jack Anderson Fire Chief.  There will be no need for new walls.  The existing partition (non structural) front wall will be enlarged to accommodate the service counter and point-of-sale area.
A licensed and insured plumber will use existing holes in floor (from previous salon sinks) to access existing plumbing and wastewater line for 3 bay-sink, mop sink and hand sink.  A removable vinyl sheet will be laid over the kitchen area for ease of cleaning.  These are required by New Hampshire Dept. of Health and Human Services for licensing.
A stainless-steel hood and fire suppression will be installed over the donut robot.  The hood will be hung from the ceiling.  A curb and exhaust fan will be installed on the roof.  A seamless stainless –steel duct will connect the hood and the fan.  This system will require an opening in the roof.  An insured and licensed roofer hired by the tenant will professionally complete this work.
A licensed and insured electrician will ensure that the proper power is supplied for the donut robot, steam table, refrigerator and coffee makers.  All new electrical work will be completed to code per David Wiley, Bethlehem building inspector.
The coffee makers will be plumbed to a water filter installed in the basement by Carr Wells
Of Littleton.
Dave Wiley would like to have Mr. Woo submit a Site Plan application.

Don Lavoie made a motion to Waive Site Plan review.  Marie Stevenson seconded.  All in favor 7-0 motion carries

Ben Woo’s Site Plan for 2017 Main Street Coffee and Donut shop has been waived.
Closed Ben Woo’s conceptual at 6:30.

Board Business

Don Lavoie would like NHMA to weigh in on tent requirements.  He would also like the board to put together a welcome to Bethlehem booklet, walking people through the process of what is allowed on your property.  The board discussed property in Bethlehem being cleaned up after the demolition, and also town owned abandoned property being cleared. Dave Wiley will send a letter.

The board discussed going over planning regulations that are not consistent with the corresponding zoning ordinances.  The board will go over at their leisure any discrepancies involved in this.

Dave Wiley made a motion to hold a public hearing on April 26, 2017 to go over the corrections.  Marie Stevenson seconded the motion all in favor 7-0 motion carries.

Dave Wiley motion to adjourn Marie Stevenson seconded 7-0 motion carries

Respectfully submitted
Debra Bayley
Planning/Zoning Clerk

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