Anyone with questions, suggestions, or concerns about the work of the Commission should contact Pete Sutherland at (413) 848-0434, or email the Commission at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Conservation Commission meets at the town hall on the second and fourth Wednesday at 6:30pm from April to October, and once a month on the second Wednesday from November to March.
AGENDAS & MINUTES
May 22, 2013: Minutes
May 8, 2013: Minutes | Agenda
April 10, 2013: Minutes | Agenda
March 13, 2013: Minutes | Agenda
February 13, 2013: Minutes | Agenda
January 9, 2013: Minutes | Agenda
December 12, 2012: Agenda
The Blandford Conservation Commission was established by the Town, in accordance with State statutes, to provide local administration of the Massachusetts Wetlands Protection Act, Endangered Species legislation, and Open Space statutes. The Commission’s responsibilities include the review of Blandford construction and logging projects to determine if environmental permitting is required. The Commission is empowered to hold hearings, set the terms of any required permitting, and may follow-up with enforcement actions if needed. In addition, the Commission is responsible for the stewardship of several pieces of Town-owned property. Also, it is authorized to provide information and advice to other Town Boards, Departments, and the general public regarding conservation and environmental related issues.