By the Division of Professional Licensure


February 1, 2012 BOARD AGENDA

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

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

• The January 25, 2012 Board Meeting Minutes

VARIANCE REQUESTS:

VR1) DAVIS SQUARE PARTNERS – 56-61 CLYDE STREET - SOMERVILLE

The Petitioner, Mr. Eugene Kingman from R.W. Sullivan requests a variance from 248 CMR Plumbing Code Policy regarding combination space heating/potable water systems which clarified the diagram previously posted on the website. The Applicant will deliver the Board of Health letter regarding this variance request on the day of the meeting. Anthony Sillari, the Somerville inspector is not in favor of this request.

VR2) MWRA – 84 D’ANGELO DRIVE - MARLBOROUGH

The Petitioner, Jae Kim from MWRA requests a variance from 248 CMR, Section 10.02, Basic Principle 6, to not install designated rest rooms at the new UV Electrical Building. As this is a State project, a Board of Health letter is not required.

VR3A) BOWMAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL – PHILIP ROAD - LEXINGTON

The Petitioner, Patrick Goddard, Director of facilities requests a variance from 248 CMR, Section 10.10 (18) (h) to allow the installation of one (1) unisex handicap rest room for kitchen staff use. The Lexington Board of Health does not oppose this variance request.

VR3B) BRIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL – PHILIP ROAD - LEXINGTON

The Petitioner, Patrick Goddard, Director of facilities requests a variance from 248 CMR, Section 10.10 (18) (h) to allow the installation of one (1) unisex handicap rest room for kitchen staff use. The Lexington Board of Health does not oppose this variance request.

VR4) MARK FRIED DMD – 61 EDGELL ROAD – FRAMINGHAM

The Petitioner, Harvey Montague, architect on this project requests a variance from 248 CMR, Section 10.10 Table 1 to allow the continued use of one (1) unisex handicap rest room for patients and staff. The Framingham Board of Health does not oppose this variance request.

VR5) WAREHAM HOUSE OF PIZZA – 186 HIGH STREET - WAREHAM

The Petitioner, Peter Georgitis, the owner of Wareham House of Pizza requests a variance from 248 CMR, Section 10.10 Table 1 to prohibit the use of the current rest rooms by the public. The Wareham Board of Health is in favor of this variance request provided hand sanitizer is made available to the public at all times.

VR6) UMASS POWER PLANT – ONE UNIVERSITY AVENUE - LOWELL

The Petitioner, Tom Bresnahan from RDK Engineers requests a variance from NFPA 54, Section 5.1.2, to allow increasing the total connected load by approximately 14,000 CFH. Two (2) dual fuel boilers are being replaced. As this is a gas variance, a Board of Health letter is not required.

VR7) TEA PARTY MUSEUM – 306 CONGRESS STREET – BOSTON           

The Petitioner, Thomas Hannon from Commonwealth Plumbing requests a variance from NFPA 54, Section 5.6, (Acceptable Piping Materials) to allow the installation a LPG gas hose for the gas line at the top and bottom of the ramp. As this is a gas variance, a Board of Health letter is not required.

VR8) UMASS LOWELL – FOX HALL – 51 PAWTUCKET STREET - LOWELL

The Petitioner, Lou Caraglia from RDK Engineers requests a variance from 248 CMR, Section 10.09 (2) (g) to allow the installation of a grease interceptor in excess of the 25 foot maximum distance from the fixture as recommended in the PDI-G101 Standard. As this is a State project, a Board of Health letter is not required.

VR9) UMASS LOWELL – STUDENT HOUSING – 333 AIKEN STREET - LOWELL

The Petitioner, David Lunny from ADD Inc. requests a variance from 248 CMR, Section 10.10 (18) (h) which requires separate facilities for the kitchen staff employees. As this is a State project, a Board of Health letter is not required.

CHARACTER REVIEW(S) / EXECUTIVE SESSION:

CR)   a) K.S.W               b) A.B         

QUASI JUDICIAL SESSION:

The Board will enter into Quasi-Judicial Session to discuss the following cases:

PL-10-031     -     PL-11-476     -     PL-11-483     -     PL-11-469

DISCUSSION:

D1) TOPIC –Discussion regarding topics brought up at the recent NEPGMIA annual meeting