Salem planning Board OKs senior housing project plan
The total area of the property owned by Tim Oriole encompasses more than 25 acres. The area is rurally zoned, which would typically call for two-acre home lots.
Planning Board members were generally satisfied with the quality of the plan presented by project engineer Karl Dubay of the Dubay Group.
“We’ll be doing the foundation right away to get an initial unit ready for show,” said Dubay.
Under the senior housing ordinance, developers are required to either set aside 10 percent of the units as affordable housing or pay money into a affordable housing trust fund.
Dubay said he expects there to be a lot of interest from potential home buyers in the project.
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