A proposed project for 130 Main St., located at the corner of Brigham Street, has some residents concerned. The project proposed by Tim Shay LLC requires a variance and site plan approval to allow for a horizontal mixed use development containing 12 residential dwelling units and 12 880 square foot business use buildings.
The plans call for exits on to Brigham Street and Route 20.
Carol Chione lives directly across from the proposed plan, and says "There will be more traffic, more kids at schools and less trees for the environment."
Choine said she is not the only resident opposed to the building. In fact, Selectman Aaron Hutchins commented that he had received calls regarding the plans.
"I am more opposed to the roadway onto Brigham Street," said Chione. "All of my neighbors oppose this, as well as other people from town."
The ZBA will discuss the project and variance at a public hearing on Tuesday, Jan. 24, at 7 p.m. in Conference Room B (second floor) of the Town Hall.
"It's similar to the multi-use project by Kendall Homes near Rocky's," said Town Engineer Fred Litchfield, "but it's not the same builder."Plans for the project are available for viewing at the planning office in the Town Hall.