WOBURN - A request from Verizon New England Inc. for the right to do work on Salem Street drew more debate than normal but also shed some light on the upcoming Salem Street bridge widening project slated for later this fall by the state.At issue was wether Verizon should be made to do the work at night given the high level of traffic on Salem Street.Over some objections from a Verizon official, the council approved the project but with the night work requirement.
WOBURN - A special permit request from Luis Cortorreal of Salem Street, a current owner of a hair salon in Woburn Center, to open a fast food restaurant at 446 Main St. received a favorable vote from the City Council last night with several added conditions.Attorney Thomas Lawton, representing the applicant, said his client is looking to renovate the interior of the former Elements Massage which has now vacated the property.Cortorreal looks to bring Dominican food from his native country to...
WOBURN - A large transfer to fund the Montvale Avenue widening project in East Woburn passed before the City Council recently, but a second, smaller transfer, was referred back to committee after a good deal of debate.One transfer was for $1.3 million from a stabilization fund to pay for the Montvale Avenue widening projects and associated land takings.This transfer was approved quickly on a 9-0 vote as many noted the importance of the project for Montvale Avenue through the Washington...
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