Friday, September 5, 2014

More for Pensions and More Shopping

Thursday night's Commissioners meeting was swift but fulsome.

The board heard that its police and non-uniform pensions are less "stressed" than they were, but still not fully funded and will require minimum payments of $211,454 and $154,002 respectively.

The board also unanimously gave preliminary site plan approval to a project to build a new shopping center off High Street, next to the Turkey Hill convenience store at the intersection with Rupert Road.

The developers, the Tornetta family, hope that having preliminary approval will attract tenants whose needs they can quickly adopt and get approved without the usual two-year delay.

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