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Expansion Plans Approved for Village Self-Storage in Mattapoisett, MA

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Update 10/4/17 – The Mattapoisett, Mass., Zoning Board of Appeals unanimously approved a zoning request last month for the expansion of Village Self-Storage. Noyer, who also owns Coves End LLC, requested a special permit and a variance to construct a 60-by-20-foot storage building on a parcel that’s currently zoned residential. The building, which will comprise 1,200 feet of storage space, won’t be visible from U.S. Route 6, according to the source.

“It won’t be a deterrent to the town, and it’s a needed service,” said board member Ken Pacheco. “They run a great business over there. This makes sense. It’s needed.”

N. Douglas Schneider of N. Douglas Schneider & Associates Inc. represented Noyer during the Sept. 21 hearing.


2/25/13 – A 40-unit self-storage facility has been approved by the planning board for Route 6 in Mattapoisett, Mass. Property owner Peter Noyer said Village Self-Storage will feature two single-story buildings on half an acre. He expects to begin construction on July 1, with a targeted opening by the end of August.

The half-acre parcel designated for self-storage is part of a larger 2-acre lot owned by Noyer. The full property currently consists of two houses, a sign business, a boat-storage facility and a gravel road. Noyer’s plan is to leave the two residences standing and replace the boat storage with the new storage buildings. One building will be 20-by-120 feet and the other 20-by-40 feet. The gravel road will provide facility access and be widened to 14 feet. An additional 20 feet of access will be added around the buildings.

Units will range from 5-by-5 to 10-by-20 feet, with six units suitable for storing vintage cars, Noyer said. The facility will also offer low-level, motion-detecting lighting and secure fencing. It will be open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

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