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Engineer Shawn Martin, (left), architect Don Powers (middle) and development consultant Frank Spinella fielded questions at Tuesday's informational meeting.

Barrington residents pose Palmer Pointe questions

Barrington residents pose Palmer Pointe questions

  Barrington residents have a lot of questions about Palmer Pointe. Roughly 40 people from around town attended an informational session on the proposed affordable housing development at Barrington Public Library Tuesday night, and many of those folks had questions or concerns about the project. Sean Andrews lives adjacent to the property. He wanted to

East Bay Community Development Corporation's plans for the proposed development Palmer Pointe include 50 units.

Palmer Pointe informational meeting is Tuesday

East Bay Community Development Corporation officials will host an informational meeting on a proposed Sowams Road development Tuesday night. The meeting will run from 7:30 to 9 p.m. It will be held inside the Barrington Public Library auditorium. The proposal includes the construction of 50 affordable housing units on land formerly used for Sowams Nursery.

East Bay Community Development Corporation's plans for the proposed development Palmer Pointe include 50 units.

Barrington meeting on Palmer Pointe canceled

A joint meeting of Barrington’s planning board and technical review committee scheduled for Thursday evening has been canceled. The meeting was slated to serve as a concept plan pre-application meeting on a proposed development known as Palmer Pointe, which calls for the construction of 50 affordable housing units on Sowams Road. The session was re-scheduled

East Bay Community Development Corporation's plans for the proposed development Palmer Pointe include 50 units.

Barrington Housing Board looks at Palmer Pointe, Bluemead Farm developments

The Barrington Housing Board of Trustees took a look at a pair of proposed housing developments Tuesday night and, according to chairman Steve Martin, the group had a few questions on both plans. Bluemead Farm is a nine-lot subdivision slated for 13.5 acres of land on Chachapacasset Road. Mr. Martin said the board’s concern with

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