Sharon Patch checks in with local officials on the longstanding project.
As part of our ongoing You Ask . . . Patch Answers series, this week we checked in with local officials for any updates regarding the Sharon Commons project. The permitting for Sharon Commons was voted by the Sharon Zoning Board of Appeals on Jan. 9, according to Town Administrator Ben Purtiz, and there will be a subsequent filing with the Town Clerk. The town is collaborating with the developers of the project, which include Congress Group for the commercial portion and B'nai B'rith Housing for the residential portion. Officials will be looking at financial assistance programs made available from the Massachusetts Development Finance Agency (MDFA), Puritz said. "We've been in contact with them as recently as a teleconference with town …
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- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
- Matt Perkins
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
This week, Sharon Patch checked into the status of the paving project on Massapoag Avenue. According to Sharon Superintendent of Public Works Eric Hooper, the binder, or initial layer, of pavement should be in the sidewalk by the end of this week, about Sept. 28. The paving of the roadway should be completed by the end of next week, around Oct. 5, Hooper said, and the final layer of the sidewalk should be completed by Oct. 12. Have a question about something that's happening in Sharon? Want to get the latest on a project in town or just curious about anything in general? You Ask … Patch Answers is a weekly column for locals looking for solutions to community problems, issues and those "only in Sharon" situations that you want solved. If …