What happens after a public hearing is closed?

After the public hearing is closed by the Planning Board, no new information can be submitted. The Board deliberates and makes a decision at a Board meeting. The Board generally either approves a plan with conditions or denies it if it does not meet Town standards. Interested individuals are welcome to attend and listen, but may not make further comments. The Board will also make its decisions on any waiver requests at this time. The decision is voted on and filed with the Town Clerk by the decision deadline.

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1. What is the Planning Board?
2. Why did I receive a notice in the mail from the Planning Board?
3. How can I find out more about a proposed project that is before the Planning Board?
4. How often does the Planning Board meet, and what should I expect at the public hearing?
5. How do I get in touch with the Planning Board to make my concerns known if I cannot attend the Planning Board meeting?
6. Why didn't the Planning Board respond to my email or letter?
7. What happens after a public hearing is closed?
8. Will I be notified of the decision of the Planning Board?