The Metrowest Daily News reports the Madison Place 40B project off Route 9 is a go:
The Zoning Board of Appeals last week issued final approval for Madison Place, a 140-apartment affordable housing complex to be built on Rte. 9 at Crystal Pond Road.
The town will receive $338,000 in voluntary mitigation payments from Westborough developer Robert Moss, the bulk of which will go to the police and fire departments.
According to the ZBA’s decision filed with the town clerk, $308,000 of the money will be dedicated to upgrading the town’s computer-aided dispatch system.
Moss also got the stamp of approval from the Conservation Commission last week. The project calls for 11 buildings containing a total of 140 rental apartments — 84 one-bedrooms and 56 two-bedrooms. You can read all the details in this article.