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Redevelopment Board hears plans for Medford St. at Mass. Ave.

The Arlington Redevelopment Board on Monday, Sept. 27, in remote session, postponed a hearing for 645 Mass. Ave. and held two others, for 455-457 Mass. Ave. and 833 Mass. Ave. 

Redevelopment Board logo, Jan. 23, 2013

Read a meeting summary by Steve Revilak, a Precinct 1 Town Meeting member who is a member of the board about which he writes. These are his personal meeting notes.

The 645 Mass. Ave, (Chase Bank's application for the former Not Your Average Joe's) was postponed to Oct. 25. The 455-457 hearing involves a mixed-use proposal, and 833 Mass. Ave. is about the historic but decaying Atwood House, nxet to CVS pharmacy.

Read a previous news summary about the Atwood House.

See the ACMi video of the Sept. 27 meeting:

Aug. 30, 2021: Redevelopment Board hears bank application, weighs Atwood House issues

This news link to a committee summary plus ACMi video was published Sunday, Oct. 3, 2021.

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