It is extremely rare that a convicted sex offender speaks freely about their crime and the life they attempt to live in a new community.
But at the meeting organized by the Belmont Police Department to inform the public of the sexual offenders registry and safety concerns, Peterson told his new neighbors that they only know the most basic informationregarding him and the reason he was incarcerated for four years in 2001.
commercial market and embrace a growing interest in active senior 55 communities, Legacy Farms developer Roy S. would like to alter part of his Open Space Mixed Use Development called Legacy Park, that is zoned for 200,000 sq. of commercial development, and instead, on the same parcel, rezone for 280 homes for "active adults." The 200,000 square feet of commercial construction was planned for the northern end of the Legacy Farms parcel where Wilson Street and Rafferty Road meet. Mac Dowell would like to see that land used for a 280-home "active adult" community that would be made up of simplexes, duplexes and perhaps triplexes, with the land in all cases being owned in common by homeowner associations.
When asked how this would succeed in Hopkinton in light of other 55 endeavors in Hopkinton failing, Mr.
It would be geared more toward the 62 year-old average age, whereas the Hawthorne community planned for East Main Street on Legacy Farms land would be occupied by an older set that might be seeing their driving years in the rear-view mirror. Mac Dowell said today that the switch would mean more net revenue for the Town of Hopkinton, $1.6 million, because the real estate would have more tax value. commercial center on Route 135 called Village Center in the vicinity of Weston Nurseries. A resident reported that a vehicle was parked on Huckleberry Road for a few hours.
Another benefit would be fewer vehicular trips than expected with the larger commercial component. Mac Dowell, the zoning change will need the approval of Town Meeting and perhaps negotiations surrounding the Host Community Agreement that Legacy and the Town of Hopkinton agreed to. Mac Dowell said that if the zoning change is approved at this year's Town Meeting, he would like to begin work on the Legacy farms North Road this year, and open it to through traffic next year. Officer Philip Powers responded and advised that it was likely related to an electrical company working on the power outage.
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