Friday, October 4, 2013

"the council should not approve particular developments from particular developers"

The Milford Daily News gets into a recap of the zoning bylaw changes coming up for a second reading on Oct 16th. The bylaws were moved to the second reading by a 5-2 with two councilors recusing themselves. The measure requires 6 votes to pass.
Taken together, the amendments create a new residential district for the Cook’s Farm parcel allowing for several single-family units as long as the developer meets certain requirements, such as receiving a special permit from the Planning Board. 
The town’s planning director, Bryan Taberner, said the amendments provide "the opportunity for multiple single family homes on one parcel. 
"And that parcel would be condominium owned," he said. "It would not really be an apartment complex. The roads would be private."

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