Blue-spotted salamanders documented on the site of the proposed Milton Mews Development Project
A 40B project raises questions about water quality Last year a Framingham developer proposed to build a 174-unit apartment complex including affordable housing on a sloping four-acre meadow in a neighborhood of single-family homes on Moosehill Road in Walpole. The sandy meadow is dry on top but leaks badly at its lower edges, since it […]
Much to the disappointment of the Neponset Watershed Association and the 1,328 co-signers of a petition circulated by the Association, MassHousing has given the green light for the Milton Mews 40b project to move forward to the next stage of permitting.
Calls on MassHousing to Deny the Eligibility Application for Milton Mews
The Milton Mews is a 276-unit apartment complex proposed on Brush Hill Road in Milton. The project is being brought forward under the 40B affordable housing program. Unfortunately, the project is located deep inside the Fowl Meadow Area of Critical Environmental Concern. The Watershed Association to take the unusual step of opposing the development in its entirety.