The Planning Board on Tuesday, Feb. 5, will be looking at a revamped plan for active-senior housing off Highview and Carlton roads.
In all, 102 units are proposed, down from 132 the developer wanted last year.
The catch is that it needs a zone change because the 11 acres can only accommodate about 14 houses under the current single-family zoning.
The developer points to fewer units and an increased buffer – green space between the project and the surrounding neighborhood – as making for a more acceptable plan.
What do you think? Can townhouses and condos ever mix with single-family houses? And what exactly are the concerns? Traffic? Noise? Visual aesthetics?
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