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Apartment Proposal Ready for City Council Vote

According to a report by the Daily Times Chronicle, the plans were moved for action by the Special Permits Committee.

Alderman Richard Gately chairs the Special Permits Committee. (File Photo)
Alderman Richard Gately chairs the Special Permits Committee. (File Photo)
According to a report in the Daily Times Chronicle, a proposed 57-unit apartment project will now move before the full Woburn City Council for final action after the Special Permits Committee heard from planners about drainage system improvements during a meeting last week.

The newspaper reported that the proposal on Main Street near the Wilmington line would be a four-story building in an area that has historically been used for industrial purposes.

Abutters have been largely in favor of the project so far, the Times Chronicle reported. 

Click here to read the Daily Times Chronicle report in its entirety.

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