The June 10th Meeting saw the passage on second reading of the updated Historic District Ordinance. The changes allowed more flexibility to homeowners to preserve their properties while still utilizing more modern material and approaches where appropriate. Also approved on second reading was a bond ordinance for the purchase of Boxwood Hall. This puts to rest a builder suit against our Zoning Board who has repeatedly denied permission for multi-family units built in the historic district on such a significant property to our town's history.
Citizen comments included a builder purposely trying to kill mature trees in defiance of an approved landscape plan that saves the tree, concern about storm water runoff and the emergence of mosquito season exacerbated by runoff and pooling water issues around town.
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