Thursday, August 30, 2012
The project was presented at the Stoneham Board of Selectmen's session Tuesday night.
A four-story assisted living complex may be constructed on Franklin Street in the future, according to an attorney representing a developer at Tuesday night's Stoneham Board of Selectmen's meeting. Eighty-eight units of proposed assisted living would be housed in one, four-story colonial-style building at 140 Franklin St., according to attorney Charles Houghton. Houghton represents Elm Development LLC. Houghton's presentation was an overview of the project, as the developer was not seeking approval for the site plan. The developer recently submitted a rezoning article to the town that would allow assisted living units to be developed in that section of Franklin Street. The building permit fee for the project would be more than $100,000, …
Wednesday, January 25, 2012
Let us know by taking our poll and posting a comment.
With Town Administrator David Ragucci and the North School Selection Committee trying to decide what to do with the property, we want to know: What should the North School property be used for? Let us know by taking our poll and posting a comment explaining your vote. We look forward to your responses.
Tuesday, January 24, 2012
The session is slated for 6 p.m. Tuesday in the Town Hall Hearing Room.
The North School Selection Committee and Town Administrator David Ragucci will resume their discussion of the former elementary school property Tuesday night at 6 at the Stoneham Town Hall in the Hearing Room. The session will be the first since the Jan. 3 meeting, when the committee met with the North School Neighbors to discuss the Neighbors' preferred reuse of the school property, located at 195 Collincote St. Ragucci has suggested splitting up the property into three sections and possibly developing assisted living units on at least one parcel. However, he added that single-family homes wouldn't be the best option from a valuation standpoint. At the January meeting, the Neighbors' recommended the land be made into "two distinct and …
Thursday, April 21, 2011
Wondering what to do in Stoneham? Check out our latest "Patch Facts" column for ideas.
1. Book signing: Author P.V. Lundqvist is scheduled for a book signing from 10:30-11:30 a.m. at The Book Oasis, 311 Main St. He will be signing copies of his latest children's book, "Not Just For Breakfast Anymore." 2. Senior Center program: The Gables at Winchester is expected to give a free presentation on independent and assisted living and the transition between the two at 11 a.m. at the Stoneham Senior Center, 136 Elm St. For more information or to reserve your seat, call 781-438-1157. 3. Holy Week activity: All Saints Episcopal Church, 79 Central St., will be having its "Maundy Thursday Eucharist & Foot Washing" program at 7 p.m. 4. Get socialized: If this is your first visit to Stoneham Patch, you should know that you can also …