ROCKLAND— The Rockland City Council will hold its regularly scheduled meeting on Monday, January 10 at 6 p.m. The agenda includes public hearings on ordinances governing dwelling units and amending contract zoning for 75 Mechanic Street. The Council will also address the proposed demolition of a building at 470 Main Street.
There will be a public forum of no more than 30 minutes at this meeting in which visitors can voice opinions or concerns relating to local governmental matters.
The first proposed amendment will seek to establish an at least 200 square foot minimum floor area for residential units in Rockland.
The second ordinance amendment to be discussed at the meeting is to amend the Contract Waterfront 1 Zone at 75 Mechanic Street and change the name from “Sharp’s Point South, LLC” to “Sail, Power and Steam Museum”.
Copies of the complete text of these amendments are available at the City Clerk’s Office at Rockland City Hall during regular business hours Monday thru Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and on the City’s website at www.rocklandmaine.gov.
Amy O’Donnell, the owner of 470 Main Street in downtown Rockland, is seeking approval for the demolition of her property in order to construct a taller building in its place. The building currently standing on the lot is in poor condition according to the application to the planning board. (Read: Owner of Downtown Rockland building seeks to tear down, rebuild)
Information and documents related to this meeting are available on the City’s website.
REGULAR MEETING AGENDA January 10, 2022
1. Roll Call
2. Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag
3. Public Forum of not more than 30 minutes (5 minute limit each speaker)
4. Council/Manager Response to Public Comment
5. Meeting Notice
6. Reading of the Record
a. City Manager’s Report
b. City Attorney’s Report
c. Other Official’s Report
d. Mayor’s Report
8. Consent Agenda:
Resolve #2 Accepting Donation from First Universalist Church City Council
Resolve #3 Accepting Donation – Fire Department City Council
Resolve #4 Accepting Donations – Library City Council