Hearings on Solar & Over 55 housing bylaws; Discussion on Flagg Road safety; and 9/11 Field and Burnett House updates you may have missed

Above: Recent Town news readers may have missed; plus an update on Planning Board hearings and discussions (Images – top row: left posted to flickr by Mike Baker, right using Pixaby image;  bottom row: left by Susan Fitzgerald, center by Allan Bezanson, and right contributed from historical records)

I just discovered that a couple recent stories didn’t show up under “News” stories headings.

That means some of you who follow News or Government News on the blog likely missed these:

While I’m re-posting news, I also worried that the recent snow storms caused readers to miss this story from Friday: 9/11 Field legislation passed; Town able to re-turf.

Meanwhile, the Planning Board news is now in need of an update.

I previously posted, the Planning Board would be holding hearings on proposed bylaw changes for large “As of Right” solar installations and Over 55 housing. (Read the original story for more details on that.)

The meeting (originally set for Monday) has been rescheduled to this Thursday, February 11 at 7:00 pm. Other agenda items added since are also worth noting.

The board is scheduled to interview a candidate for Town Planner and make a recommendation. Other discussions cover:

  • Neighbors’ concerns about safety of Deerfoot/Flagg Road and impact of Park Central developments
  • Park Central
  • Independent Counsel

(The hearing on St. Mark’s solar array isn’t until February 22nd. Again, you can read more on that and other Planning Board news here.)

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