Councilman Michael dePierro said that he was worried about what would come next, mentioning that it might be low-income housing. Mayor Jamie Barberio said that he was also afraid of what's coming next so he plans to recommend to the open space committee to purchase the land.
We've started a blog entitled Waterview Development: to Rezone, or Not to Rezone and now have changed it to Waterview Development: What Would You Like to See?
We are asking our readers to share your opinion on what you'd like to see next for Waterview.
Click on the "Write a new post" box at the top of the blog. Type a short title for your post and then tell us your thoughts. You can add photos, as well, if you'd like, and then just click the "Post Now" button at the bottom.
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