Nashua Zoning Board to review Amherst Street development plan
Tonight, the Nashua Zoning Board of Adjustment plans to review a proposal to demolish the old Nashua Motor Express Inc. site at 270 and 274 Amherst St.
Falk said the future tenants of the four proposed retail units have not yet been disclosed. The property, located next to Pep Boys, is owned by 270 Amherst St. LLC and EDCO Nashua LLC, and the applicant is Saxon Partners LLC of Plymouth, Mass.
The Brownfields Remedial Action Plan for the site was initiated late last year after environmental investigations found chlorinated solvent-related compounds in the groundwater.
The Nashua Conservation Commission has approved the plans, according to Falk, who said the Zoning Board will consider tonight whether to grant a special exception to allow pavement adjacent to Colerain Brook to be removed, a wetland buffer area to be restored and drainage to be improved.
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