Tag Archives: Warren Planning Board

Gerhardt: Disappointed in Warren council’s decision not to interview me

To the editor: The Warren Times-Gazette recently ran an article noting that, after 10 years of service on the Zoning Board, I had applied to serve on the the Planning Board. At it’s meeting on March 8, the Town Council decided, as is their right, to appoint another applicant. What concerns me is that “at

Downtown Warren in the Spring.

Warren Planning Board scuttles lighter staffing plan

Members of the Warren Planning Board have rejected a proposal by their chairman to reduce the board’s voting membership from nine to seven. The board is currently composed of nine voting members. But at the most recent meeting, Chairman Fred Massie proposed reducing the voting membership to seven, with two alternates. Reducing the ranks, he

A rendering of what the main mill at the American Tourister site would look like after redevelopment.

Tourister developers plan waterfront access

Public waterfront access is back in the mix for the old American Tourister mill, the focus of a massive redevelopment that could see 200 apartments and many commercial spaces built there by mid-2015. Developers from Tourister Mill LLC appeared before the Warren Planning Board Wednesday night to bring board members up to speed on the

Wise up, work together

it’s still a work in progress, town officials working on a revision of Warren’s wetlands ordinances should be commended for trying to take care of locals while placating the Department of Environmental Management (DEM). The state agency has taken a “conform at all costs” attitude about runoff and nitrogen pollution, and has put tough demands