The Zoning Board of Appeals last week kicked off its review of Madison Place, a 140-unit affordable apartment complex to be located on the eastbound side of Route 9 near Crystal Pond Road. The Metrowest Daily News reports those working on the project don’t expect much controversy.
At an initial presentation to the Zoning Board of Appeals last week, no residents spoke against Westborough developer Robert Moss’ proposal for Madison Place, which would be built near the EMC building at Rte. 9 and Crystal Pond Road.
Ed Marchant, the town’s affordable housing consultant, told the board that because no neighborhoods are nearby, opposition will likely be minimal.
“Many of the issues that occur on 40Bs are not likely to occur here,” he said, adding that it doesn’t look like the project will add too many school-aged children into the school system.
You can read the full story in this article by the Metrowest Daily News.