Official Material from the Public Record
PB Denial Decision – May 2, 2018
Submitted in Feb/ Mar 2018:
Legal response to McGregor & Legere from the Applicants.
Legal Advice from McGregor & Legere with details on why the existing site plan application does not conform to the relevant 2012 bylaws, and examples of Legal Precedent for the Planning Board to DENY the site plan.
A community-driven research statement regarding why the existing plan represents a danger to motorists and pedestrians on Mass Ave / 111.
Most current site plans (September 5, 2017)
Recent Staff Report, aka summary of pending concerns (September 28, 2017)
Detailed 2012 by-laws (as applied to this project – see page 22-23)
Artist’s rendering of planned ‘downsized’ homes, posted June 1, 2017
Fiscal Assessment (Toll Bros) re. the income Boxborough may receive
Massachusetts Blasting guidelines from Fire Chief
All additional documentation (under ‘700, 750 & 800 Mass Ave’)
Media reports and links related to Toll Brothers (TOL):
Distant Toll project in PA: ‘What Toll Doesn’t Want you to Know‘
(it’s amazing what you’ll find if you Google ‘Toll Brothers reviews’)
Media reports and links related to Fenton and Jeanson:
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New Media Coverage:
Excellent summary (prepared overnight!) in the Beacon, regarding the 9/11/2017 Public Hearing and a Beacon report on the 10/2/2017 Public Hearing, as well as the ‘continued’ 11/20 Hearing.
Extensive article in the Worcester Business Journal, Aug 21, 2017
Short piece in the Boston Globe: ‘What is it like to live in Boxborough?’, June 15, 2017
Other articles in the Beacon
re Regency at Boxborough: March 31, 2017
re Regency at Boxborough: July 20, 2017
re a much earlier version of the proposal (96 single family homes), submitted under 40B (ie, before Paddock Estates) called ‘Minuteman Village’ July 17, 2012 and another article on September 6, 2012, regarding the Board of Selectmen’s plan to send a letter to Mass Health to request that Fenton & Jeanson’s application be denied.