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Traffic Concerns Raised Over Proposed Yeshiva On West Clarkstown Road

Attorney Says Traffic Issues Take Back Seat To Religious Group’s Right To Practice Religion. Like a gunslinger coming out with a show of force, the attorney representing an applicant who wants to build a girl’s Yeshiva on at 31-41 West Clarkstown Road in New City, opened with the right of religious organizations to build even if it is a traffic burden to the community when he spoke at the Clarkstown Planning Board last week.
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Framingham Planning Board Gives Green Light To Plans To Demolish TGI Friday’s & Construct Multiple Fast Food Eateries With Drive-Thrus

FRAMINGHAM – The Framingham Planning Board has approved permits for the construction of new fast food restaurants at Shoppers World, and to demolish TGI Fridays. The owners of Shoppers World first went before the Planning Board in April seeking permission to demolish the current TGI Fridays restaurant at 1 Worcester Road.
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Dover, NHFosters Daily Democrat

'Dover needs housing': 156 apartments planned at old McIntosh College site

DOVER — Portsmouth-based developer Todd Baker, president of Baker Properties, has plans to build four apartment buildings on the former McIntosh College property at 23 Cataract Ave. Baker said each of the four multi-family apartment buildings are proposed to be four stories with a total of 156 units. After purchasing...
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New Bedford, MAnewbedfordguide.com

New Bedford proposed as site for the South Coast’s next Starbucks

Are you a New Bedford resident who is a fan of Iced Caramel Macchiatos, Mocha Cookie Crumble Frappuccinos, and Vanilla Sweet Cream Cold Brews? Well, you may just be in luck. The city’s planning board will be discussing the idea of a Starbucks with a drive-thru on Coggeshall Street only a few hundred feet from the Riverside Landing Plaza.
Millbury, MAmillburysutton.com

Millbury Select Board OK’S pot shop change in ownership to Jushi

MILLBURY – The name on the 266 North Main St. pot shop will remain as Nature’s Remedy, but the ownership will change to Jushi Holdings Inc. as part of the company’s recent purchase of Nature’s Remedy’s marijuana dispensaries. At the July 27 Select Board meeting, representatives of Nature’s Remedy and...
Cornelius, NCcorneliustoday.com

Town government: Commissioners OK The Venue

Aug. 3. By Dave Vieser. The Cornelius Town Board unanimously approved a rezoning request for The Venue, a five-story, mixed-use project planned for South Main at Hickory Street. MPV Properties of Charlotte plans to develop up to 70 apartments and 6,000 square feet of ground floor retail, restaurant, commercial and...
Southport, MEboothbayregister.com

‘Southport Common Project’ gains momentum

A new committee, spearheaded by Principal Lisa Clarke, has formed to improve the land surrounding Southport Central School. The property is town-owned and used by all generations. “The school uses it for outside learning and recreation: sledding on the hill, skating on the pond, games on the field, and playing...
Lebanon, NHValley News

City of Lebanon, Manchester developer spar over stalled housing project

CONCORD — Attorneys representing a Manchester developer argued last week that Lebanon is too late to halt its plans to build 117 homes on a hillside above Lebanon Middle School. Brady Sullivan has “millions of dollars” invested in the Prospect Hills subdivision and, over its decadelong ownership of the project,...
Chappaqua, NYtheexaminernews.com

New Castle Outlines Potential Changes in Form Based Code

The New Castle Town Board reviewed some of the potential changes in the proposed Form Based Code last week based on some of the public comments received by the town on the controversial code. During a rescheduled work session to discuss modifications to the document, which at times turned tense,...
Hope, MEVillageSoup Belfast

Hope residents offer section of road to town

HOPE – A group of Hope residents want the town to take over maintenance of a 600-foot portion of Hackleburnham Road. About six residents of the privately owned road attended the Select Board meeting July 27, said said they plan to upgrade the section of that road, then would like to turn it over to the town to continue maintenance from then on.
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Richard K. Jennings

NORTH ANDOVER, Mass. — Dr. Richard Kimball Jennings, born in Belfast Jan. 16, 1928, spent his early life there and in Lewiston, where his father, George H., managed the Hotel Littleton, a long-gone four-story structure on the banks of the Androscoggin River. There were many visits to his grandparents Henry...
ElectionsRiverhead News-Review

Marcus Kaasik’s hat is in the ring for Town Board

Republican Marcus Kaasik entered the race for a Town Board seat hoping to best Democrat Barbara Jean (BJ) Ianfolla for the two years remaining on Mike Bebon’s term. The former councilman announced several weeks ago he and his wife would be leaving the Island to relocate near family members in South Carolina.
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