Guilford Asks Developer for Compromise on Sidewalks, Seeks to Avoid Litigation


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GUILFORD – Wary that asking for more sidewalks could leave the town fighting an appeal, the Guilford Planning and Zoning Commission is asking the developer of a proposed 100-unit affordable housing complex to compromise and construct limited sidewalks from the two apartment buildings to the road. Amy Blume, the attorney representing James McMahon’s Connecticut Affordable […]
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