Tag Archives: Wightman’s Farm

Water Rower's Peter King (in black) oversees the production line. His firm bought the so-called Wightman's Farm land at 500 Metacom Ave. and wants to expand north.

Wightman’s Farm sells in $1.25M package deal

Wightman’s Farm sells in $1.25M package deal

The owners of a Metacom Avenue rowing machine company have purchased the so-called Wightman’s Farm property at 500 Metacom Ave., and another to the south, for $1.25 million. An LLC formed by WaterRower at 560 Metacom Ave., purchased the 17-acre residentially zoned tract from Wightman’s Farm LLC, the former ownership group headed by Warren’s Avila

Dana Warren seeks apology from Tattrie

Editor’s note: Adams Lane resident Dana Warren filed this letter at the Warren Town Clerk’s Office, asking that it be forwarded to the Warren Town Council: Dear Town Council President Stanley and Councilmember Tattrie, I am requesting a formal public apology from Councilmember Tattrie for specifically referring to me as a “non-professional” during the December

Adams Lane resident Dana Warren (right) speaks against the Wightman's Farm plan Tuesday night. At far left is project attorney Bruce Cox; at center is applicant Robin Remy.

Council kills Wightman’s Farm plan

Wightman’s Farm will remain open — for now. Warren Town Council members on Tuesday night denied a request to re-zone Metacom Avenue’s largest tract of open space land from residential to commercial, an idea that has been debated in Warren going on two years. It came down to a 3-1 vote, with councilor Cathie Tattrie

Adams Lane cuts through the heart of the Wightman's Farm property.

Wightman’s Farm review set for next Tuesday

A resolution may be in sight for a businessman’s long-running hope to re-zone one of the largest pieces of open space land left on Metacom Avenue. The Warren Town Council Tuesday night will discuss a request by Bob Avila and his family to change the zoning of his so-called Wightman’s Farm land at the corner