Sunday, December 23, 2012
A thief inside a local Target store is the subject of today's "Wanted."
- POLICE & FIRE
Sunday, December 23, 2012
Each week, we'll feature a different outstanding criminal case from around the region. Information is courtesy of MassMostWanted.com. If you have any information regarding the case, contact your local police department. Theft - Case No. 120661 November 29, 2012 Easton : Target Case Details: Female suspect used three counterfeit $100 American Express Travelers Cheques to purchase a pair of "Dr. Dre Beats" headphones from Target. Suspect left Target in a dark colored SUV believed to be a Saturn Outlook. If you have any information about the identity of this person or where they are, please contact: Easton Police Department: (508) 230-3322 Investigator: Det. Darren Mangott Case Submission No.: 120661
Thursday, July 26, 2012
The 3-0 vote happened Wednesday night.
The Sharon Commons lifestyle center progressed closer to construction -- with more pedestrian-friendly access -- Wednesday night, more than a month after the developers withdrew their previous application. The Sharon Zoning Board of Appeals voted 3-0 for Sharon CF II LP's request for Phase 1 modifications. The developer now must return to the board regarding Phase 2, which involves attaching utilities to buildings, as well as site plan approval for the public amenities; as well as Phase 3, involving architectural issues. The new, approved Phase 1 application includes the two-lanes in and two-out access that Target requested, said attorney Robert Shelmerdine, representing the developers. The board's concerns that such an access wasn't …
Friday, July 13, 2012
Developers seek modification of Phase 1 approval.
Sharon Commons' developers will again seek the Sharon Zoning Board of Appeals' support for changes to their plans, this time on July 25. The board will hold a public hearing on Sharon CF II LP's request for Phase 1 modifications at 7 that night at the Sharon Town Offices, according to a public hearing notice on the town hall bulletin board. Sharon Commons is a nearly 400,000-square-foot development eyed for about 59 acres bordered by Old Post Road and Interstate 95. The meeting will happen roughly six weeks after a ZBA vote that prompted Target officials to discuss pulling out, a move some in Sharon believed effectively killed the commercial project. On June 13, the board voted 3-0 to accept Sharon CF II LP's request to withdraw its …
Friday, June 22, 2012
The town, Target and the developer are working on it, Heitin says.
Town, Target and Sharon Commons representatives are drafting a modified proposal to the Sharon Zoning Board of Appeals designed to address the ZBA's traffic concerns and the retailer's needs, Selectmen Chairman William Heitin said today. A traffic study of the effects of a four-lane road (two lanes per direction) to "assure that it is pedestrian friendly" is envisioned as part of this, Heitin told Sharon Patch. The proposal will be presented to the ZBA at the board's next meeting, he said. He believed that that meeting is July 25. Heitin said the decision to do the proposal came out of a 90-minute phone conversation that he initiated and had with Target senior executives and Sharon Commons representatives on June 15. Heitin said he wanted …
Monday, August 1, 2011
Developers also anticipate spending rest of 2011 creating construction documents.
More detailed plans for Sharon Commons' access road could reach selectmen soon. Developer Sharon CF II LP hopes to submit a 100 percent design proposal for Old Post Road to the board by the end of this month, Project Manager Richard Kershaw said Monday. A 25 percent design was previously presented for the road, which will connect the 448,000-square-foot retail and office project to South Main Street, he said. The Sharon Zoning Board of Appeals recently granted Phase Two site plan approval for the project, as well as Phase Three building approval for Target and for BJ's Wholesale Club. The developer plans to focus the rest of 2011 on developing construction documents for building permit purposes, Kershaw said. Target and BJ's would open in …