Friday, September 28, 2012
Zoning bylaws may be revisited in the next Town Meeting.
Selectman Aaron Hutchins doesn't want to create any waves with the planning board, but thinks that it may want to look more closely at the approval process for new buildings in town. Hutchins took an opportunity at a recent Board of Selectmen meeting to voice his concerns, and says his concerns echo those of a number of citizens in town who contact him. "The building of commercial properties on the Main Street corridor is an issue," he said. Pointing to a recent structure constructed at the corner of Westbrook Road, Hutchins said, "Because of the natural elevation, it looks like a highrise. It dwarfs this beautiful little home. It is just unfortunate, and I could list example after example of buildings on Main Street. I think we need to …
Tuesday, June 28, 2011
The Northborough Zoning Board of Appeals meets on Tuesday night at 7 p.m., with a full agenda.
The following Public Hearings will be held on Tuesday, June 28, in Conference Room B of the Northborough Town Offices, 63 Main St., at 7 p.m. The agenda: Old/New Business
Friday, June 17, 2011
Santo Anza, owner of the controversial SA Farm in Northborough, had been charged with assault and threatening to commit a crime.
WESTBOROUGH—Charges against Santo Anza Jr., owner of SA Farm, were dismissed in Westborough District Court on Thursday, June 16. Santo Anza, 50, who lists his address as 38 Turnpike Rd. in Southborough, is the owner of the controversial SA Farm in Northborough. Anza had been charged with assault and threat to commit a crime on May 20. Anza was accused of threatening Robert Rosenberg of 74 Coolidge Rd., a neighbor to SA Farm, 429 Whitney St., when the two men came across each other in the woods. Anza and his farm have been in the midst of ongoing controvery in town. Concerned citizens maintain that Anza's SA Farm is "not a farm," but rather, a landfill masquerading as a farm so it can afford him certain provisions that are protected by the …