Brian Grable



May, 2022

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Supported a comment by Jay Ray on Leefort Terrace 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Jay Ray
The city is providing one parking spot per unit, but the reality is most households have two cars. The road is tight as it is and now all these cars will be on the side of the road. Plus the power plant is looking to add 400 jobs for a marshaling area for wind farms. Thank you Salem for ruining this area.
Supported a comment by Thomas Cote on Leefort Terrace 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Thomas Cote
If you stood on the street/ground next to the building and measured, it would be over 5 stories, that the bottom line. The giant powerplant has been there since the early 50's and it is a privately owned property unlike this site, where the neighbors should have more say on what goes there. P.S. I live down the street and I have no security either, someone could break my window and climb right in my house too!! This design is not wanted by the neighbors. We are the ones who pay property taxes to live in this neighborhood and we should not be so impacted by something that we, the majority clearly do not want. I have said this time and time again, this property should be designed for a total of 100 units, no more than 2 stories, and be for senior, disabled, and veterans housing only.
Supported a comment by Richard Stafford on Leefort Terrace 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Richard Stafford
Given the surprise change to Beacon's proposal which was presented last evening at the Conservation Commission meeting, it would be in the interest of transparency to share it on this website with neighbors and other interested parties. Actions speak louder than words.
Commented on Leefort Terrace 2 months ago
Do the people who have steamrolled this project even look at the comments here? NO ONE is supporting this monstrosity disaster that will destroy our neighborhood. Yet they update and change and IGNORE all of us. PLEAS i am begging all of you leaving comment s to write the mayor, the reps in your districts, and show up to the meeting so we can stop this privatized project that is only lookin got make money not to make Salem better. They are all frauds only looking to use this development to make themselves millions on the private sections. They DO NOT care about low income housing or Salem at all
Supported a comment by Sallie Cass on Leefort Terrace 4 months, 2 weeks ago
Sallie Cass
You seem to be ignoring the comments of the majority of the responders who feel the size and appearance of the buildings are wrong for its location in a residential neighborhood
Supported a comment by Cheryl Corneau on Leefort Terrace 4 months, 2 weeks ago
Cheryl Corneau
Absolutely, unacceptable situation at hand. Shame...shame...shame.