S Irza


Concord, MA


October, 2017

Recent Activity

Supported a comment by Jeffrey Kerr on Envision Concord 5 years, 6 months ago
Jeffrey Kerr
In fact, in Conantum, a family sold to what they assumed was another family. It turned out to by a proxy buy which was then flipped into a McMansion. It was heartbreaking to the family who had participated in the founding of the neighborhood. It also signaled the first intrusion of an outsized house into an historical mid-century neighborhood.
The Boynton Company, along with Hills Bros, has been unwilling to talk about community-influence development and has referred concerned residence to property law.
Supported a comment by Judy Hill on Envision Concord 5 years, 7 months ago
Judy Hill
Zoning regulations and setbacks from rivers and ponds are there for a purpose. It's always disappointing to see builders applying for exceptions, particularly for their projects near rivers and within buffer zones. Then to see those exceptions allowed by Planning and/or ZBA.
Supported a comment by Christa Collins on Envision Concord 5 years, 11 months ago
Christa Collins
Re: Josh's comment, also a ped-activated crosswalk on Rt 62 at West St. would be great. It's a dangerous crosswalk and we could use some traffic-calming in that approach to W. Concord.
Supported a comment by Josh Burgel on Envision Concord 5 years, 11 months ago
Josh Burgel
Over 200 households could use a ped-activated crosswalk in order to access Willard, Sanborn, Peabody, and the Bruce Freeman RT.
Supported a comment by Leslie Pelton on Envision Concord 5 years, 11 months ago
Leslie Pelton
We need safe biking lanes for people of all ages throughout Concord
Supported a comment by Joseph Stein on Envision Concord 5 years, 11 months ago
Joseph Stein
Place a annual cap on the number of properties purchased by developers. Developers are slowly eating away at town character with outsized McMansions - all in the name of profit.