“There will be no driveways coming out onto the street, there will be no 10 driveways backing out onto Perkins Road,” Leonard said.
Existing stone walls and trees would be preserved. Monahan said his plan is meeting the goals the town set to provide affordable housing.
“These are not inexpensive and they are high quality units,” he said. “They meet the goals of the town to provide diverse housing for all types of people.”
Wallace Farm will return to the Planning Board at a meeting June 11. More details will be presented then on traffic, variance requests, and setbacks.