Neighbors worried about flooding of their property from the paving of the Edaville Family Theme Park parking lot will have to wait a little longer.

CARVER – Neighbors worried about flooding of their property from the paving of the Edaville Family Theme Park parking lot will have to wait a little longer to hear from the Planning Board. The same goes for plans for a solar array on Edaville bogs.

The Planning Board public hearings on both projects have been continued to 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 13, to give Edaville Land Holdings more time to submit revised site plans.

The Conservation Commission voted Feb. 21 to prohibit paving within the 65-foot wetlands buffer. The Commission is restricted to making decisions relative to paving the parking lot within the wetlands area on Pine Street.

The order of conditions approved by the Conservation Commission, based on plans presented that night, would impact the paving of 14 to 16 parking spaces. However, the Commission may add conditions based on decisions by the Planning Board.

The Conservation Commission is waiting for a farm plan with details about how Edaville plans to address drainage at the solar farm and whether it will be a viable working bog.

Members want to learn more details about the proposed construction of the solar array before voting on the project. The Conservation Commission hearing has been continued to 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 21.

According to Edaville consultant Arthur Borden, of Arthur F. Borden Associates, the farm plan is being written. Borden said he has suggested to Edaville that vine harvesting be limited to 500 square feet of bog area for at least a couple of years to start.

Special permit and site plan approval from the Planning Board is required for the solar project proposed for 0 Rochester Road so that Edaville can generate its own power.

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