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Demolition Delay Draft at Upcoming Wenham Town Meeting
Wenham has a proposed Demolition Delay Bylaw by the Historical Commission on the warrant for the upcoming Town Meeting on April 4th.
Beverly to Gather Input for Preservation Plan
The City of Beverly is undertaking a Preservation Plan, with funding from the Community Preservation Act and a Massachusetts Historical Commission Survey and Planning Grant.
Manchester Talks ADUs
At this week's Manchester Planning Board meeting a group of Manchester volunteer residents presented on by-right Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs).
Salem City Council Considers Inclusionary Zoning
Last night, the Inclusionary Zoning Ordinance drafted by the Salem’s Affordable Housing Trust was on the agenda for the Salem City Council.
Housing in Ipswich Public Forum
Ipswich is having its first Public Forum on Monday, March 23rd as the town begins the process of updating its Housing Production Plan.
New Research on Coastal Flooding & Home Values
Data scientists found that increased tidal flooding caused by sea level rise has eroded $403.1 million in relative home values between 2005 and 2017.
Salem Opportunity Zones Get National Spotlight
Salem has announced its participation in the new National Opportunity Zones Marketplace.
ADU Discussion Moves to Public Hearing in Salem
On February 13th, the Salem City Council renewed discussion on by-right Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU) with a new 2020 ADU Ordinance.
Peabody Voices Opposition to 40B Development
Neighbors and city officials have voiced their opposition to a proposed development of 133 condos at the site of the former J.B. Thomas Hospital site.
Salem Returns to ADU Discussion
Tonight, the Salem City Council has on their agenda the new Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) Ordinance.