Monday, September 8, 2008

The week ahead

Municipal Meetings

MEETINGS OF THE WEEK

Economic Development Commission
Monday, September 8, 2008- 6:00pm - Room 208
- Sale of Remington Rand / TWB Properties, LLC
- Harbor Park Restaurant lease
- City Purchase Open Space of 1.04 acres of private land on River Rd Parking Study Recommendations
- Request to purchase city land on Newfield Street: a portion of Map 10, Block 11-1, Lot 22A-24
- Portland Chemical: Option to Purchase 380 Newfield Street by Jukonski Truck Sales
- Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce: Small Business Development Center proposed grant agreement
- DECD Urban Jobs Application: Stone Resources, 241 Middle Street


Design Review and Preservation Board- Agenda Summary
Wednesday, September 10, 2008- 5:30pm - Room 208
- 100 Riverview Center Fa├žade Renovation and Awning proposal - Amici Italian Grill
- 315 Liberty Bank Signage
- Landscaping Scoring System
- Commerical Corridors Design Regulations


Planning and Zoning Commission
Wednesday, September 10, 2008- 7:00pm - Council Chambers

Public Hearing- Fairchild Road - four (4) lot resubdivision - Stephen G. and Barbara Borrelli/George Smilas, Bennett & Smilas Engineering, Inc

Public Hearing- East side of Jackson Street - construct fifteen (15) multi-family dwellings - Acheson Woods II. Applicant/ agent Gibraltar Transcontinental Assurance Company LTD

- 1111 Arbutus Street - Request for reduction of the cash bond - Oakbridge Management and Construction/Bryan Nesteriak, P.E

- off Plumb Road request of reduction of the cash bond for the Liberty Hill Subdivision - Ameritage LLC/Thaddeus P. Bysiewicz

- off Chamberlain Road - request for release of cash bond for Fawn Meadow Estates Subdivision - Real Estate Resources, LLC/Atty. James. F. Ripper

- off East Street - request for release of the cash bond for Phase II of the Country Hill Subdivision - Ravenswood Homes/Richard N. Fiske

1 comment:

Barrie said...

Is that Liberty Hill subdivision the same place that has been suggested for the Army facility/ If so, I would prefer an Army base to housing.