Standing Committee on Economic Development

Event Details
  • Description

    Hearings:

    Report of the Planning Board Upon the Petition of Brendan Gove, President Zero Point Development request zone change for a portion of 222 Brooks St. from MG-0.5 to RL-7.

    Report of the Planning Board Upon the Petition of Hugo Asamoah request to extend the BG-3.0 zone to include 40 Ellsworth St. (aka 7 Bigelow St.)

    Report of the Planning Board Upon the Petition of Councilor George J. Russell request to amend the Zoning Table of Uses for multi-family dwelling, low rise from SP to N in a RL-7 zone and for single-family attached dwelling from SP to N in a RL-7.

    Report of the Planning Board Upon the Petition of Donald J. O'Neil, Esq. on behalf of Worcester Affordable Housing LLC request to amend the Zoning Map by adding 70, 80, 86, 88 and 91 Webster St. to the Adaptive Reuse Overlay District.

  • Time
    Tuesday, October 15, 2019 • 5:00 PM
  • Where?
    City Hall, Esther Howland Chamber, 455 Main Street - Map It
    Location Image
    One of two meeting chambers situated in Worcester City Hall, this room is named after Esther Howland (1828 - 1904) an artist and businesswoman who was responsible for popularizing Valentine's Day greeting cards in America. Although Valentine's Day cards had been available in America for more than half a century before Esther started her business she was the first person to ever commercialize them in America. Her valentines became renowned throughout the United States and she was called "The Mother of the American Valentine".
  • Posted: Oct 17, 2019 10:03 AM

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