marjorie jordan

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Supported a comment by Daniel Gillis on 114 Whitwell Street 4 years, 1 month ago
Daniel Gillis
What is going on Foxrock? You presented a very incomplete plan at the meeting at Central Middle School in July, then withdrew from the August Planning Board meeting stating that a more complete plan would be submitted in the Fall. Now you want to hold a “Pre-Application” meeting in early September, where public comment will not be allowed. If your plan is not ready for comment, what is the point of presenting to the Board? Are you hoping to get the Board on your side before the neighbors have a chance to weigh in? I hate to be cynical but we’ve seen this script before and it doesn’t end well for the residents of Quincy.
Supported a comment by Brenda Ryan on 114 Whitwell Street 4 years, 1 month ago
Brenda Ryan
Fox Rock has no experience that I know of in residential developments. In an already multi-generational, owner occupied neighborhood your scale of number of residents to acreage to this property is beyond acceptable. The traffic alone is a danger to the current multi-generational residents of the neighborhood. Biking uphill on Whitwell is not easy even for the most experienced rider. Therefore, automobiles will be the likely mode of transportation for the new residents, hence increased traffic. Also need assurance local, union, experienced workers will be used in the quality construction, i.e., ironworkers, electricians, pipefitters, etc.
Supported a comment by Chris Meyers on 114 Whitwell Street 4 years, 1 month ago
Chris Meyers
Scale of the project is too large for a residential neighborhood. It will generate additional traffic which this area of Quincy cannot handle.
Supported a comment by Jocelyn Sedney on 114 Whitwell Street 4 years, 4 months ago
Jocelyn Sedney
I do not think there should be any amenity retail space in the development. There is no needand opening up the area to any such use threatens future use of the property. It is important to understand that this property can change hands at any point and uses could change. We do not need additional traffic into the area to take advantage of amenity retail space.
Followed 114 Whitwell Street 4 years, 4 months ago
Commented on 114 Whitwell Street 4 years, 4 months ago
have you withdrawn your plans for the planning board meeting?