By the Division of Professional Licensure


JUNE 27, 2012 BOARD AGENDA

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

9:05 A.M.: APPROVAL OF PREVIOUS MEETING MINUTES:

  • The June 6, 2011 Board Meeting Minutes

VARIANCE REQUESTS:

VR1) CAFÉ 101 – 101 BILLERICA AVENUE – BUILDING 2 - BILLERICA

The Petitioner (Mr. Chris Sousa, Project Manager) requests a variance from 248 CMR (Code of Massachusetts Regulation) 10.00, the Uniform State Plumbing Code, Section 10.10 (18) Table 1 to permit the use of a single unisex accessible toilet room dedicated for public use and single unisex accessible toilet room dedicated for employees. A copy of the petition letter sent to the Billerica Board of Health is on file.

VR2) LAROSA’S – 7 BARNARD STREET - ANDOVER

The Petitioner (Mr. Michael Cammarata & Paul Larosa, Owners) request a variance from 248 CMR (Code of Massachusetts Regulation) 10.00, the Uniform State Plumbing Code, Section 10.10 (18) (m) 2. The petitioners propose the installation of one unisex restroom in lieu of separate designated restrooms.. A copy of the petition letter sent to the Andover Board of Health is on file.

VR3) ASPEN DENTAL – 162 PROVIDENCE HIGHWAY - DEDHAM

The Petitioner (Jon Salisbury, Project Manager) requests a variance from 248 CMR (Code of Massachusetts Regulation) 10.00, the Uniform State Fuel Gas Code, Section 10.10 (18) Table 1. The petitioner seeks a waiver from Table 1 to eliminate the requirement for showers at this facility. The Town of Dedham Board of Health holds no opinion in the matter/.

VR4) CAPE ANN ANIMAL AID – 4 PAWS LANE - GLOUCESTER

The Petitioner (Deborah Eliason, Attorney for CAAA) requests a variance from 248 CMR (Code of Massachusetts Regulation) 10.00, the Uniform State Fuel Gas Code, Section 10.06 (2) (o) to install PVC pipe and fittings for drains that discharge undiluted concentrated animal urine in this facility. In addition the petitioner seeks a variance to allow the installation of animal kennels manufactured by Mason Company in accordance with the manufacturers recommendations. A copy of the petition letter sent to the Gloucester Board of Health is on file.

NO ACTION REQUIRED – Inspector Sillari endored the approval – Mr. Sillari determined the prior owner removed the fixtures. He will file a complain against the prior owner.

VR5) MDD OPERATIONS, LLC – 248 ELM STREET - SOMERVILLE

The applicant appeared at the May 30, 2012 Board Meeting and the variance was approved with condition. The Somerville plumbing and gas inspector, Mr. Anthony Sillari submitted correspondence noting the removal of plumbing fixtures without the issuance of a permit. The condition imposed directed Mr. Peluso to contact the plumbing inspector to determine what course of action he would be take regarding the unpermitted demolition of plumbing. Mr. Peluso contacted Mr. Sillari. After the call to Mr. Sillari, Mr. Peluso consulted with Chairman Kennedy. It was determined this matter should be addressed at the June 27, 2012 Board meeting.

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VR6 VAUGHN’S TOWING & SERVICE, INC. – 2474 CRANBERRY HIGHWAY - WAREHAM

The Petitioner (Mr. Stephen Hurbert & Mr. Vaugh Wedge) request a variance from 248 CMR (Code of Massachusetts Regulation) 10.00, the Uniform State Plumbing Code, Section 10.09 (1), On May 16, 2012, the Wareham Board of Health voted in favor to support Mr. Wedge’s request.

VR7) PETER COLE RESIDENCE – 99 FLAGGLER ROAD - LEOMINSTER

The Petitioner (Stephen Shahnamian) requests a variance from 248 CMR (Code of Massachusetts Regulation) 10.00, the Uniform State Fuel Gas Code, Section 10.15 (a) 1. & 2. The petitioner seeks a waiver from the requirement to drain the bathroom fixtures via gravity. The petitioner is requesting that an approved macerator pump be used to discharge into the four inch main stack, located approximately 16’ from the pump. The City of Leominster Board of Health has no objections to the use of a sewage ejector pump system.

VR8) ENTEGRIS – 9 CROSBY DRIVE - BEDFORD

The Petitioner (John Rattenbury, P.E.) requests a variance from 248 CMR (Code of Massachusetts Regulation) 10/00, the Uniform State Fuel Gas Code, Section 10.15 (10) (c). The petitioner states the hardship is the ability to provide a code compliant gravity special waste system at a site that has environmental concerns. The Bedford Board of Health has no objections to the variance, subject to the following conditions:

1. Overhead piping to consist of double-walled piping with an interstitial alarmed monitoring system in an effort to prevent potential pipe leaks from impacting workers; and,

2. In an effort to prevent system back-up and flooding in the event of a loss of electrical power, the owner must either supply back-up power to the system to allow pumps to operate or install an automatic shutoff for the system and all sinks.

VR9a) DR. DENTAL OFFICE – 435 UNION AVENUE - FRAMINGHAM

The Petitioner (Dr. Neide Coutinho) requests a variance from 248 CMR (Code of Massachusetts Regulation) 10.00, the Uniform State Plumbing Code, Section 10.10 (18) Table 1 to allow the continued use of one unisex handicap accessible restroom for patients and staff. A copy of the petition letter sent to the Framingham Board of Health is on file.

VR9b) DR. DENTAL OFFICE – 435 UNION AVENUE - FRAMINGHAM

The Petitioner (Dr. Neide Coutinho) requests a variance from 248 CMR (Code of Massachusetts Regulation) 10.00, the Uniform State Plumbing Code, Section 10.10 (18) Table 1. Having to convert the other non-handicap restroom to handicap accessible will force us to work without a lab-room or give up one operatory. A copy of the petition letter sent to the Framingham Board of Health is on file.

VR9c) DR. DENTAL OFFICE – 435 UNION AVENUE - FRAMINGHAM

The Petitioner (Dr. Neide Coutinho) requests a variance from 248 CMR (Code of Massachusetts Regulation) 10.00, the Uniform State Plumbing Code, Section 10.10 (18) Table 1 to waive the requirement for a shower. A copy of the petition letter sent to the Framingham Board of Health is on file.

VR10a) COMMERCIAL BUSINESS – 1019 MAIN STREET - WALTHAM

The Petitioner (Lorenzp Alonge, Owner) requests a variance from 248 CMR (Code of Massachusetts Regulation) 10.00, the Uniform State Fuel Gas Code, Section 10.09. The petitioner seeks a waiver from the requirement to install a gas/oil/sand separator. The petitioner states no mechanic work of cleaning of cars will take place at this facility. A copy of the petition letter sent to the Waltham Board of Health is on file.

VR10b) COMMERCIAL BUSINESS – 1019 MAIN STREET - WALTHAM

The Petitioner (Lorenzp Alonge, Owner) requests a variance from 248 CMR (Code of Massachusetts Regulation) 10.00, the Uniform State Fuel Gas Code, Section 10.10 (18) (i) & Table 1. The petitioner seeks a waiver from the requirement to install designated employee facilities. The petitioner proposes the installation of one unisex employee restroom. A copy of the petition letter sent to the Waltham Board of Health is on file.

VR11) MCLA – 15 HIGHLAND STREET – HOOSAC DORM - NORTH ADAMS

The Petitioner (Michael Lescarbeau, P.E.) requests a variance from 248 CMR (Code of Massachusetts Regulation) 10.00, the Uniform State Fuel Gas Code, Section 10.10 (18) (o). The petitioner states there are eight (8) washing machines, yielding a ration of 32 students per washing machine. As this is a state project, no Board of Health petition letter is required.

QUASI-JUDICIAL SESSION:

AID1) MYERS vs Town of Nantucket William Ciarmataro , Plumbing & Gas Inspector

CHARACTER REVIEW(S) / EXECUTIVE SESSION:

CR) a) MWT b) PS c) BSA d) DEB e) BSC f) MAM g) SMM h) TT

ESD1) a) JM ESD2) MS ESD3) TB

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR MATTERS:

ED1a) HARBAR, LLC – 10 PEQUOT WAY – CANTON (Unlisted Gas Product)

ED1b) AGGREGATE INDUSTRIES – 1101 TURNPIKE AVENUE – STOUGHTON (Unlisted Gas Product)

ED1c) WARNER BROTHERS, LLC – 562 AMHERST ROAD – SUNDERLAND (Unlisted Gas Product)

ED1d) KOCH MEMBRANE – 850 MAIN STREET – WILMINGTON (Unlisted Gas Product)

ED2) BLUEBERRY GOAT FARM – 53 CONCORD ROAD – BEDFORD (Discussion)

ADJOURNMENT: