Monday, April 23, 2012
Neighbors to the Taylor Cove project are waiting to hear how the state will rule on the project's appeal.
The arrival of construction equipment and loud activity has neighbors in the River Street area once again wondering the status of the Taylor Cove condo project and the appeal to the Department of Environmental Protection. The Conservation Commission last summer told developers that they could not use a past permit from an abandoned project to perform work on the Taylor Cove project condo project. Developers appealed the decision and now all parties are waiting to hear how the DEP will rule. But, nonetheless, recent activity at the 93 River Street site is concerning neighbors in the area and raising questions of the legality of work currently being done on the site. Abutter to the project Frances Wheeler recently reached out to Conservation…
Sunday, June 26, 2011
Find out which articles made the top five this week.
Sunday, June 26, 2011
A new supermarket, a new law and an old development were among the top five articles this week in Andover. Check them out here. Police Cracking Down On Texting While Driving: Electronic signs have been popping up recently around Andover, reminding citizens of the Massachusetts state law passed last August that made texting while driving illegal. Find out how the ban is working in Andover. Taylor Cove Developers Want State to Define Boundaries: The convoluted saga of Taylor Cove will be going to the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection as the lawyers for Taylor Cove Development, LLC declined to move forward in their hearing with the Conservation Commission. The developers have been attempting to build condominiums in an area…
Thursday, June 23, 2011
Representatives of the proposed Taylor Cove condos will be taking their case to the State DEP.
The convoluted saga of Taylor Cove will be going to the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection as the lawyers for Taylor Cove Development, LLC declined to move forward in their hearing with the Conservation Commission. The developers have been attempting to build condominiums in an area off of River Street under the name of Taylor Cove. Taylor Cove Development started building a road and infrastructure by using the Permit Extensions Act from a permit received over a decade ago to work on a separate project called Victoria Place, which was originally intended to be single family homes. The Victoria Place permit will expire in May 2012. They have not received approval from the Conservation Commission yet to begin specifically …