Salem planning board expected to vote on Cumberland Farms plan
The board opened the public hearing in February, but delayed making a final decision pending the resolution of some minor engineering details.
Although the size of the building will be cut in half from the existing one, Cumberland Farms is proposing increasing the number of gas pumps on the property from 12 to 16.
Moldoff said the proposal meets many of the goals of the town’s master plan, such as improving the architectural design, increasing landscaping and redeveloping an older commercial property.
During the February planning board meeting, Phyllis O’Grady praised the Cumberland Farms proposal, saying she though it was a good design and plan for the firstname.lastname@example.org
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