The majority of items on the agenda for the City Council meeting on Tuesday night were continued until future meeting dates during a session that lasted only an hour inside City Hall.
Among the items pushed back at the request of the presenting group was discussion about Dave and Busters. But that didn’t stop one resident from expressing her concerns about the proposed business during the public comments portion on the topic.
“I am totally against this project,” said Utica Street resident Kathy Bailey. “I believe this type of entertainment was geared for Commerce Way. … I thought (residents) counted more than development in the city. Burlington didn’t allow this project and they had six lanes of traffic. Now they’re going to try to get into two lanes of traffic. It must be new math.”
Included in the list of items that were continued to future meetings is a special permit for Lawless Chrystler Jeep to use a commercial parking lot, further discussion about the combined business and apartment complex at 508 Main Street, and requests to amend inflammable licenses for Lytron, Inc., and Skyworks Solutions, Inc.
Road races were approved that will be held to support VNA Hospice Care, Woburn Lions Club, and Shamrock Road, and aldermen moved a variety of items into subcommittees as well.
The next regular City Council meeting is slated to take place on Tuesday, Oct. 22, at 7 p.m.