[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Selectmen of the Town of Groton 9-15-1986, as amended through 8-10-1987. Subsequent amendments noted where applicable.]
Unregistered vehicles — See Ch. 205.
Applicants for special permits under Chapter 205, Vehicles, Unregistered, in the Code of the Town of Groton shall be subject to the following rules and regulations:
An application for a special permit shall not be considered complete unless the following items are submitted to the Board of Selectmen at least 10 days prior to the scheduled special permit hearing:
A completed application form, available in the Selectmen's office.
An informal sketch of the property on which the motor vehicle will be stored which includes the approximate locations of roads, driveways, buildings and the location of the vehicle to be stored.
A recent photograph of the vehicle.
A list of abutters within 300 feet of the property that has been certified as complete by the Board of Assessors.
A nonrefundable application fee of $25 for each special permit application.
Abutters, as provided in Subsection A(4), shall be notified by the Selectmen's office, by first-class mail, of the special permit application and public hearing at least five days prior to the hearing.
A special permit shall be granted only to the owner of the property upon which the vehicle is proposed to be stored; however, a person other than the property owner may apply for the permit with the written notarized consent of the property owner, provided that the consent is provided to the Selectmen. The consent must include the property owner's current address if he/she is not a resident of the property.
The fee of $25 for a special permit shall be paid to the Town upon the granting of the permit by the Board of Selectmen.
A special permit shall apply to a maximum of one vehicle; however, an applicant may apply for more than one special permit, with a fee of $25 for each approved special permit.