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Redevelopment Board hears bank application, weighs Atwood House issues

The Arlington Redevelopment Board held hearings Monday, Aug. 30, in remote session, about 29 Mill St. (sign for Great Sky Solar), 645 Mass. Ave, (Chase Bank's application for the former Not Your Average Joe's) and  833 Mass. Ave. (Atwood House).

Redevelopment Board logo, Jan. 23, 2013

Read a meeting summary by Steve Revilak, a Precinct 1 Town Meeting member with a long interest in zoning issues. These are his personal meeting notes.

Read all of the agenda documents for Aug. 30. The Historical Commission is to discuss the Atwood House on Tuesday, Sept. 7.

Read a previous news summary about the Atwood House.

See the ACMi video of the Aug. 30 meeting:

Aug. 4, 2021: Preserve Atwood House, historical commission orders

This news link to a committee summary was published Monday, Sept. 6, 2021.

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