The council directed the planning board to evaluate the borough-owned White Street lot for its “suitability” for a parking garage — and to do the same for a private lot where the zoning board turned down a 35-unit apartment building. (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge)
By JOHN T. WARD
On the agenda:
• a legal interpretation that could lead to the construction of a new parking facility on White Street
• a do-over of sorts for a rejected 35-unit apartment building on West Front Street
• and yet another plan for housing on a disused “five corners” property on the edge of downtown.