AYER — During its Jan. 11 meeting, the Conservation Commission:
* Received two requests for certificates of compliance for 12 and 14 Calvin St. Commissioners Susan Tordella-Williams and George Bacon, respectively, will look into them.
* Received a response from engineer Terry Gensel, representing Brent Routhier, regarding the enforcement order issued on his property at 82 Groton School Rd. The order was issued due to several problems including the filling of a flagged wetland, construction not matching the approved plans, a failure to post a Department of Environmental Protection filing sign and working with an expired order of conditions.
Commission Chairman William Daniels said all work on the site has stopped pending the submission of a mitigation and restoration plan. The commission most likely won’t be dealing with the site until March, he said.
* Approved a draft version of a contract for a conservation agent/administrator to present to the Board of Selectmen on Jan. 23. Still unresolved is whether the position will report to the town administrator or new planning/economic development director. — Richard Breyer