Public Questions Developers Experts, Middle School Students Weigh In On United Water Property In Local News This Week
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A special meeting of the zoning board gave residents the opportunity to question the testimony of the developer's expert, Dr. David Kinsey, regarding the affordable housing component of the proposed development of the United Water property that he says falls under "inherently beneficial use."
Residents got the chance to question the developer's engineering expert, Michael Dipple, regarding the impact that the impervious surface area of the proposed development would have on flooding.
David E. Owens Middle School social studies teacher, Peter Galasso, challenged his class to design and develop a plan for how they would utilize the 13 vacant acres based on the articles that they have been following in Patch--from the filing of the site plans to the progress of the zoning board of adjustment hearings.
Students of Colleen Tambuscio's Holocaust and Genocide Studies class dedicate a memorial in Trsice to the Wolf family who hid underground to avoid Nazi capture for three long years.
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Chief of Police Frank Papapietro said that a student at the middle school who admitted to setting off a fire alarm was charged with "False Public Alarms."
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