Thomas C. Choate, Revocable Trust, Stonington
Notice of Tentative Determination to Approve Structures, Dredging & Fill and Tidal Wetlands And Intent to Waive Public Hearing
Applicant: Thomas C. Choate, Revocable Trust
Application No. 202201320-SDFTW
The Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (“DEEP”) hereby gives notice that a tentative determination has been reached to approve the following application submitted under Sections 22a-361 and 22a-32 of the Connecticut General Statutes (“CGS”) for a permit to conduct work waterward of the coastal jurisdiction line in tidal, coastal or navigable waters of the state and in tidal wetlands for recreational boating access.
The Commissioner also gives notice of intent to waive the requirement for public hearing pursuant to CGS Section 22a-32 and that the Commissioner shall hold a hearing on receipt of a petition signed by twenty-five or more persons pursuant to CGS Sections 22a-32 and 22a-361(b). The Commissioner also gives notice that a hearing may be held on this application if a written request via electronic mail as specified below is received from the applicant, or if the Commissioner determines that the public interest will best be served thereby.
Applicant’s Name and Address: Thomas C. Choate, Revocable Trust, 8222 Stone Mason Ct, Windermere, FL 34786
Contact: Mark Jackson, Coastline Consulting & Development, Mark@coastlineconsulting-ct.com, (203)433-4486
Site Location: 112 Latimer Point Road
The proposed activity includes removing an existing pier and constructing a 4’x 106’ fixed pier with a 3.5’ x 28’ gangway, and an 8’ x 20’ float and will affect tidal wetlands.
INFORMATION REQUESTS/PUBLIC COMMENT
Interested persons may obtain a copy of the application from the above contacts or by sending a request for an electronic copy to DEEP at Julia.Kendzierski@ct.gov. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 emergency, the DEEP office located at 79 Elm Street, Hartford, is closed to the public until further notice. All interested parties are invited to express their views on the tentative determination concerning this application. Comments regarding this application may be submitted via electronic mail to Julia.Kendzierski@ct.gov no later than forty (40) days from the publication date of this notice.
PETITIONS FOR HEARING
Petitions for a hearing shall be submitted within forty (40) days from the date of publication of this public notice and should include the application number(s) noted above and also identify a contact person to receive notifications. Petitions should also identify a person who is authorized to engage in discussions regarding the application and, if resolution is reached, withdraw the petition. In order to facilitate the filing of requests for hearing during the COVID-19 emergency and consistent with the DEEP’s Temporary Directive, the Office of Adjudications will accept electronically-filed petitions in addition to petitions submitted by mail. Petitions with required signatures may be filed by email to email@example.com or mailed to the DEEP Office of Adjudications, 79 Elm Street, Hartford, CT 06106. Within thirty (30) days of their filing, original petitions that were filed electronically must also be mailed to the Office at the above-noted address. If the original petition exists only in electronic format or signatures were produced using a computer or typewriter, the petition must be submitted with a statement bearing the wet-ink signature of the petitioner that the petition is only available in that format and has been submitted to satisfy the requirement that an original petition be filed. If a hearing is held, timely notice of such hearing will be published in a newspaper of general circulation and posted on the DEEP website at www.ct.gov/deep. Additional information can be found at www.ct.gov/deep/adjudications.
Published in the Connecticut Post on September 7, 2022
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