New group to work

There are 1 comment on the Nashoba Publishing Online story from Jul 14, 2014, titled New group to work. In it, Nashoba Publishing Online reports that:

During its monthly meeting July 10 , the Joint Boards of Selectmen voted to take action on an issue under discussion, a move Chairman Leo Blair said is unusual for the joint boards.

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Worcester, MA

#1 Jul 15, 2014
120 homes on 30 acres of land is too close together. And now they want to add a business section?? Why is MassDevelopment trying to cram a city into Harvard land? Where are the Harvard selectmen to question sustainability here? Will Harvard later be stuck with a ghetto within Harvard's boundaries? Larger homes on more land will provide more tax revenue and be more like what all 3 towns are currently building. There are enough cheaper homes and rentals on the market in all 3 towns. They should build something for Harvard to be proud of.

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