Your Search Returned 429 tagged news reports
Rabbi Mendel Bogomilsky, left, and attorney Larry Kron listen to the proceedings at the Feb. 13, 2012 zoning board hearing during which the rabbi's site plan application to build a synagogue on Jefferson Avenue was rejected. *Update: The story was
Arlington Be among the first to pick up the print newspaper and see: · That other Zoning Board of Appeals members are considering resigning because selectmen have chosen not to reappoint the head of the board, Joseph Tulimieri. ·
This property is in a two-family zone, and only two-family homes are permitted. Plofker seeks to construct one building with four units along with another building containing three units. The developer will also be demarcating parking spaces for the
About 40 supporters and opponents heard applicant Barbara Siciliano describe the ins-and-outs of Barbara's Homecare Inc. Her neighbors said that it should not operate on the street because her employee arrivals and departures are disruptive.
DePue is preparing an ordinance that will better regulate service animals not recognized as household pets within the village limits. Village resident Miranda Baker approached the board earlier this week about a notice she was served by the village
A final report summarizing commission objections will be prepared over the next several weeks. The report will then go to the City Council for automatic referral to the council's Development, Planning and Zoning Committee for further review. That
R.I. (AP) A deal has been reached to end a dispute between a Providence church and the owners of a planned farm-supply store that wants to open shop across the street. The Providence Journal reports (http://bit.ly/MtnrP1 ) officials at Sts.
45 Address: 55 Brandt Island Road, Mattapoisett Office sought: Planning Board Personal info (married, single, names of family members): Married to Andy Crain since 2000, 2 children, Julia and Matthew Occupation: At-home mother Education: BBA
Town News I&E Enterprises will bring its plans to construct a daycare facility on Paramus Road before the Paramus Zoning Board of Adjustment in June. The application was scheduled for the board's April 25 meeting, but plans had been adjusted after
Little Joe's Variety Store on Summer Street will put up a brand new sign slightly larger than normally allowed following approval from the Zoning Board of Appeals at a hearing Tuesday night, according to Building Inspector Rick Vallarelli. The owner