The following work may be performed as conditioned herein for emergency purposes necessary in response to damage incurred during coastal storm event of April 15 thru April 20, 2007.
1) Temporary repair of coastal engineering structure, including a groin, jetty, breakwater, seawall, revetment, or bulkhead, when such structure was previously licensed or has an existing Chapter 91 license as it existed on April 14, 2007.
2) Replacement of sand in areas where the storm has caused erosion in order to provide temporary stabilization of the property shall conform to the following provisions:
a) No sand shall be removed from any existing vegetated dune as Dune or Coastal Beach as defined in the Wetlands Protection Act and Regulations.
b) Documentation shall be provided to the conservation commission identifying source of all sand used.
c) Sand shall be of compatible grain size.
d) Specifications for location and volume of sand to be used must be provided and approved by the conservation commission prior to work proceeding.
e) Sand delivery and placement methodology shall be included in the specifications required in (d) above.
3) Stabilizing and shoring up a structure, building or foundation, but only to the extent that such work is necessary to prevent imminent harm to the structure. Complete restoration will require the filing of a Notice of Intent pursuant to 310 CMR 10.05(4).
4) All work allowed under the Emergency Certification shall be completed by May 20, 2007.
For questions speak to Doug Packer at Newbury Conservation Commission