April 4, 2012 BOARD AGENDA

9:00 A.M. AGENDA REVIEW:  By Chairman Paul Kennedy

VARIANCE REQUESTS:

VR1) JANET AND MARK EDWARDS – 75 GARDNER ROAD - BROOKLINE

The Petitioner Ms. Edwards requests a variance from 248 CMR, Section 3.04 to allow the installation of plumbing products which have not been approved by the Board. The Brookline Board of Health does not object to this variance request.

VR2) TARTT’S DAY CARE CENTER – 495 HARRISON AVENUE - BOSTON

The Petitioner Mr. Ken Reed requests a variance from 248 CMR, Section 10.10 (18) to reduce the number of rest room fixtures required. Boston Inspectional Services is aware of this applicant’s request.

VR3) FRANCIS SEBIO JR. – 98 HEMMINGWAY - WRENTHAM

The Petitioner, Francis Sebio Jr. requests a variance from 248 CMR, Section 10.10 (18) to allow the installation of one (1) unisex handicap rest room in lieu of the required two (2). The Wrentham Board of Health endorses this variance request.

VR4) BELMONT COUNTRY CLUB – 181 WINTER STREET - BELMONT

The Petitioner, Thomas Curtin requests a variance from 248 CMR, Section 10.06 (allowable materials) to allow a temporary structure with non complaint material. The Belmont Board of Health endorses this variance request.

VR5) NORWOOD PRIMARY CARE – BRIGHAM & WOMEN’S HOSPITAL - NORWOOD

The Petitioner, Mr. Scott Mitchell requests a variance from 248 CMR, Section 10.10 Table 1 not to require the installation of showers and drinking fountains. The Norwood Board of Health supports this variance request.

VR11) 20/20 EYE CARE – 91B CENTRAL STREET - NORWOOD

The Petitioner, Mr. John DiSangro requests a variance from 248 CMR, Section 10.10 Table 1 not to require the installation of a shower and drinking fountain. The Norwood Board of Health supports this variance request.

VR6A) PULTE HOMES – 414 JOHN MAHAR BLVD. - BRAINTREE

The Petitioner, Robert MacCormack from MacCormack Plumbing requests a variance from the current Board policy regarding combination space heating/potable water systems to allow a developed length distance in excess of fifty feet. The Braintree Board of Health has been petitioned and will hear the matter at their meeting on April 26, 2012.

VR6B) PULTE HOMES – 418 JOHN MAHAR BLVD. - BRAINTREE

The Petitioner, Robert MacCormack from MacCormack Plumbing requests a variance from the current Board policy regarding combination space heating/potable water systems to allow a developed length distance in excess of fifty feet. The Braintree Board of Health has been petitioned and will hear the matter at their meeting on April 26, 2012.

VR7) PULTE HOMES – 9 ABIGAIL WAY – READING

The Petitioner, Robert MacCormack from MacCormack Plumbing requests a variance from the current Board policy regarding combination space heating/potable water systems to allow a developed length distance in excess of fifty feet. The Reading Board of Health has no issues with this variance request.

VR8A) PULTE HOMES – 7 MORGAN DRIVE – SOUTH NATICK

The Petitioner, Robert MacCormack from MacCormack Plumbing requests a variance from the current Board policy regarding combination space heating/potable water systems to allow a developed length distance in excess of fifty feet. The Natick Board of Health has no issues with this variance request.

VR8B) PULTE HOMES – 9 MORGAN DRIVE – SOUTH NATICK

The Petitioner, Robert MacCormack from MacCormack Plumbing requests a variance from the current Board policy regarding combination space heating/potable water systems to allow a developed length distance in excess of fifty feet. The Natick Board of Health has no issues with this variance request.

VR8C) PULTE HOMES – 15 MORGAN DRIVE – SOUTH NATICK

The Petitioner, Robert MacCormack from MacCormack Plumbing requests a variance from the current Board policy regarding combination space heating/potable water systems to allow a developed length distance in excess of fifty feet. The Natick Board of Health has no issues with this variance request.

VR8D) PULTE HOMES – 17 MORGAN DRIVE – SOUTH NATICK

The Petitioner, Robert MacCormack from MacCormack Plumbing requests a variance from the current Board policy regarding combination space heating/potable water systems to allow a developed length distance in excess of fifty feet. The Natick Board of Health has no issues with this variance request.

VR9) TEN COUSIN’S BRICK OVEN – 977 MAIN ROAD - WESTPORT

The Petitioner, Sean Lafrance requests a variance from 248 CMR, Section 10.09 not to require the installation of an interior grease interceptor. The Westport Board of Health endorses this variance request.

VR10A) NORTH SHORE AGRICULTURAL TECHNICAL SCHOOL - DANVERS

The Petitioner, Mr. Eugene Kingman from RW Sullivan requests a variance from 248 CMR, Section 10.09 regarding the installation of floors drains and a separator in buildings with overhead doors. As this is a State project, no Board of Health letter is required.

VR10B) NORTH SHORE AGRICULTURAL TECHNICAL SCHOOL - DANVERS

The Petitioner, Mr. Eugene Kingman from RW Sullivan requests a variance from 248 CMR, Section 10.10 (18) regarding designated facilities. As this is a State project, no Board of Health letter is required.

VR10C) NORTH SHORE AGRICULTURAL TECHNICAL SCHOOL - DANVERS

The Petitioner, Mr. Eugene Kingman from RW Sullivan requests a variance from 248 CMR, Section 10.09 regarding the installation of floors drains and a separator in buildings with overhead doors. As this is a State project, no Board of Health letter is required.

VR10D) NORTH SHORE AGRICULTURAL TECHNICAL SCHOOL - DANVERS

The Petitioner, Mr. Eugene Kingman from RW Sullivan requests a variance from 248 CMR, Section 10.06 (allowable materials) to allow non complaint material. As this is a State project, no Board of Health letter is required.

VR12) PEACHES AND CREAM CAFÉ – 8 OLD HARBOR WAY - ROCKPORT

The Petitioner, Mr. David Peach requests a variance from 248 CMR, Section 10.10 Table 1 to allow the use of one (1) unisex non-handicap rest room for patrons and employees.

PR1) E & G WATERWORKS, LLC – P.O. BOX 535 - TEMPLETON

Mr. Brian Croteau from E&G Waterworks will address the Board regarding Nu-Flow Technologies (pull in place) pipe lining systems for water and drain piping.

EAD1) LAESTER VARGAS

Mr. Laester Vargas, Apprentice plumber, Sabato DePasquale, Master plumber and William Moglia, Master plumber will address the Board regarding discrepancies on Mr. Vargas’s application to take the Journeyman Plumber examination.

EAD2) LAWRENCE WARD – DANIEL KIRBY

Mr. Lawrence Ward, Apprentice plumber and Daniel Kirby, Master plumber will address the Board regarding discrepancies on Mr. Ward’s application to take the Journeyman Plumber examination.

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR COMMENTS: 

Greater Boston PHCC seeks Board interpretation regarding various plumbing installations in the field of biotechnology.

CHARACTER REVIEW(S) / EXECUTIVE SESSION:

CR)   a) SRM    b) SML   c) RT   d) PCG