"One week after a developer pitched a 21-story apartment building for Coolidge Corner, selectmen have asked state officials to back a temporary moratorium on the review of future projects proposed under the state’s affordable housing law.
Brookline has 10 separate projects seeking waivers from local zoning that would add hundreds of new units under Chapter 40B.
The latest is a proposal from developer Chestnut Hill Realty that would bring 320 apartments in a complex on Waldo Street. Under the plan, 64 apartments would meet affordability rules and the rest would be market rate."
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For resources on MA.GOV for 40B http://www.mass.gov/hed/community/40b-plan/
The Zoning Board of Appeals handles the 40B applications in Franklin
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