Bedford Planning Board gives approval for Bedford Village Inn hotel
The board gave the project unanimous approval.
“We have a 25-year track record. When we build something we want it to be compatible aesthetically and functionally with our current facility” said Carnevale.
The hotel would have 55 guest rooms along with meeting rooms, a spa and workout space, dining and other amenities.
“I think the residents will love the property” said Carnevale. “It will be a wonderful place to stay.”
Susan Tufts-Moore asked that every effort be made to preserve two mature Sycamore trees on the property.
Carnevale and Rice said they would work with the Department of Transportation to develop the best plan for handling traffic, which may include a center median on Route 101.
Rice said the high intensity map was already prepared and submitted to the state and is more detailed and provides more information than the standard mapping.
Alfred and Cheryl Denoncourt were given approval and granted waivers to subdivide a 6.3-acre parcel at 130 Liberty Hill Road into three residential building lots.
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