As a filed by a group of 13 residents, the Headwaters Stream Team submitted that was approved by the Wilmington Conservation Commission.
In a recent article on Wilmington Patch, Headwaters Stream Team member Suzanne Sullivan said the biggest issue the group has with the project is that the plans discussed at public hearings did not match the Order of Conditions that the town submitted.
"We would like to state that we are pleased with many of the improvements made from the latest Notice of Intent/Order and the effort put forth by the town and Nitsch Engineering," the letter says in its opening paragraph. "We had hopes some of these remaining issues would have been cleared up during the public hearing process to avoid an appeal."
For interested residents, attached is the Headwaters Stream Team's complete list of issues that led to the project appeal, filed on Friday, May 25.