We are seeking equity in balancing the needs of the Swampscott residents and the need for affordable housing
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WinnCompanies and Swampscott builder and developer Bruce Paradise submitted an application seeking permitting approval to the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development review for the Elm Place, 129 Essex St, 25 & 35 Pitman Road, Swampscott. The partnership is proposing the development a 128 units of mixed-income housing, affordable, workforce/middle income, and market rate units in a 5-story building on a 1.6 acre site with 108 parking spaces. The town of Swampscott and the public have until February 12, 2021 to offer letters of comment to Catherine Racer, Associate Director, MHCD, at email@example.com.
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Who we are
We are a group of local citizens seeking equity in balancing the needs of the Swampscott residents and the need for affordable housing. We are a grass roots group advocating for affordable housing development that is responsive to the needs of all Swampscott residents …
Attorney Hill Letter to DHCD
Town Residents Clash with Developers over Chapter 40B Housing Law
Swampscott Select Board Opposes Elm Place Development
Upcoming Events and Meetings
Select Board meeting at 6pm tonight
The town of Swampscott will be having a Finance Committee meeting on Feb 3, 2021 at 6:00pm.
Finance Committee Meeting
The town of Swampscott will be having a Finance Committee meeting on Feb1, 2021 at 7:00pm.
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