Appeals of Actions by the Revere Conservation Commission
Appeals of the following actions of the Revere Conservation are appealable to the Department of Environmental Protection for actions taken solely under the Wetlands Protection Act under 310 CMR10.03(c) and 310 CMR 10.05(7), appeals of actions taken under the City of Revere Wetlands Ordinance Title 16 and the Revere Conservation Commission Wetlands By-Law are appealable to Superior Court of Suffolk County.
- Determination of Applicability
- Delineation of Wetlands Resource
- Order of Conditions Issuance
- Order of Conditions Denial
A request for a Superseding Order or Determination shall be made in writing and shall be sent by certified mail or hand delivered within ten days of issuance of the Order, Determination or Notification which is being appealed. Appeals to the Department of Environmental Protections must be accompanied by the MADEP Request for Department Action Transmittal Form and the appropriate fee. When the basis of such request is the conservation commission's failure to act, the request may be made at any time up to 70 days after the expiration of the period within which the conservation commission was to have acted. Said request shall state clearly and concisely the objections to the Order, Determination or Notification which is being appealed and, in the case of a request for a Superseding Order, how the Order of Conditions or Notification of Non-Significance issued by the conservation commission is inconsistent with 310 CMR 10.00 and does not contribute to the protection of the interests identified in M.G.L. c. 131, § 40.
Information concerning appeals can be found on the Department of Environmental Protection website at:
All requests for the Department to act shall be sent to the appropriate Northeast Regional Office of the Department of Environmental Protection 205B Lowell Street, Wilmington, MA 01887. A copy of the request shall at the same time be sent by certified mail or hand delivered to the conservation commission and the applicant, if he is not the appellant.