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The Zoning Board of Appeals is current running an open public hearing regarding the proposal to build 224 units in two apartment buildings under a 40B comprehensive permit. However, the site is the exact spot of the Rolling Green Golf Course. Andover Patch wanted to know how readers thought about this change so we asked them. Here is what they said.
This week's You Ask...Patch Answers addresses the potential impact of a 224-unit apartment complex at the Rolling Green golf course.
How Will the 40B Affect Schools in the Proposed Plan at Rolling Green? The developer proposing the 40B project at the Rolling Green Golf course has recently changed the project from what was originally proposed last year. It now includes 224 rental units between two buildings, varying between one, two and three bedroom apartments. A total of 25 percent of the units will be deemed affordable and will cost less based on 80 percent of the annual median income of the area. Using rough figures from existing condo and apartment complexes, a consultant with the project estimated that this will eventually add 45 new students to the Andover Public Schools system. The overall increase in educational costs for the town was estimated at $515,000 per …