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10.13.2018 proposal

Hamilton Residents Reject Affordable Housing Proposal

By Kelsey Bode Staff Writer HAMILTON — Residents Saturday voted down a proposal to pay $600,000 to encourage a local nonprofit developer to build a smaller affordable housing development. Around 200 residents gathered at Hamilton-Wenham Regional High School for the town’s Special Town Meeting. They were presented with an article backed by the Hamilton Affordable Housing Trust that sought to...


Six Beverly CPA projects approved for 2018

Historic Beverly will receive $146,300 CPA funding for the purpose of performing Phase 2 of historic landscape restoration at Hale Farm The City of Beverly and the Ward 2 Civic Association will receive $295,952 in CPA funding to perform Phase II of side façade and other building restorations to the GAR Hall on Dane St. Six projects have received approval...


Apartment plans for Longmeadow, Willow collapse in Hamilton

A concept of apartments of Longmeadow Way from 2016 Not with a bang but a whimper. Harborlight Community Partner’s (HCP) proposal for an affordable housing apartment complex off Longmeadow Way along Bay Road appears dead on arrival after a community-wide wailing and gnashing of teeth for almost two years. Its current failure also seals the fate of the proposed senior-only...


Beverly nonprofits awarded funds through state campaign

Two Beverly nonprofit organizations serving families and students were each awarded $10,000 to support its programs as part of a statewide campaign of 20 similar donations supporting mission-driven nonprofits and government entities by PowerOptions, New England’s leading nonprofit energy buying consortium. Landmark School’s Outreach Program and Harborlight Community Partners are each recipients of PowerOptions’ first-ever member donation initiative, “20 for...


Event Date

October 7 @ 6:00 pm

Event Location

The Cabot