Permit (RGP) in Massachusetts, MAG910000, this letter submits a Notice of Intent (NOI) and the applicable documentation as required by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for construction site dewatering under the RGP. Temporary dewatering is planned in support of the construction activities in connection with the proposed building development at 27 Washington Street in Wellesley, Massachusetts, as shown on Figure 1 – Project Locus. The property owner is NDNE Lower Falls LLC c/o National Development. The proposed development consists of (i) relocating sewer mains that traverse the Site (ii) constructing a four-story residential building with one level of below-grade parking in the back half of the Site and (iii) constructing a twostory retail/commercial building (no basement) at the front of the site along Washington Street. Paved parking lots, utilities and other ancillary site facilities will also be constructed. Site History The property and adjacent properties were historically the site of a paint factory and an oil storage yard dating back to the 1800s. C.H. Spring Company, a supplier of hay, grain and masonry supplies occupied the property from 1906 until 1939. The ownership/occupation of the property changed from C.H. Spring Company to L. Grossman’s Sons, in 1972, at which time the present day building was constructed. The property was utilized as a retail lumber facility from 1972 until the property was vacated in 1994. The property has been vacant since 1994, except for storage inside the building and trailer storage outside the building recently being used by The Stop & Shop Supermarket Company, who formerly leased the building. US Environmental Protection Agenc
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