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Zoning board Feb. 9: 64 Brattle, 5 Forest hearings

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The town Zoning Board of Appeals met Tuesday, Feb. 9, and heard the appeal about the 40B/comprehensive permit proposal for Thorndike Place, a project in East Arlington stalled since 2015, was continued to Feb. 16.

The board heard appeals for 64 Brattle St. and 5 Forest St.

Read a meeting summary by Steve Revilak, a Precinct 1 Town Meeting member with a long interest in zoning issues and who is also a member of the board, and these are his personal meeting notes.


Jan. 26, 2021: Steve Revilak's meeting summary


This news announcement was published Monday, Feb. 15, 2021.

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