Conservation Commission

Bartlett High School Renovation Project

A Notice of Intent application has been submitted.  It is currently under review by the Conservation Agent.  A public hearing will be scheduled once it has been deemed complete.  The public hearing will be posted on a future agenda which is posted in Town Hall and in the Agenda Center on the Town's website.

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Members are appointed by the Board of Selectmen and serve 3 year terms.
Name Role Term Expires
Joseph Wigglesworth Chairman 2024
Michelle Sherillo Vice Chairman 2023
Fred Bock Member 2025
Robin Jewell Member 2025
Hayden Brown Member 2023
Richard Parent Member 2025
Pam Sheeran Member 2026
Vacancies (2)
Two (2) Alternates

Earth Day conservation commission tree on a globe


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The Commission typically meets twice a month on Monday evenings at 5:30 p.m. or as required.  


The Webster Conservation Commission is responsible for administering the Massachusetts Wetlands Protection Act. Wetland resource areas are important to safeguard because they help prevent storm damage, reduce flooding, protect groundwater, prevent pollution, support fish and shellfish and provide wildlife habitat. 

All residents are reminded that the Webster Conservation Commission must review any proposed projects in or near wetland resource areas or within the 100 foot buffer zone.

Working without Conservation Approval can result in fines.