The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, September 20, 2002

News

Carlisle residents appeal Robbins Mills Estates permit

Woodland Road resident Ed Sonn told the Mosquito that a group of Carlisle and Acton residents had met Monday's deadline to appeal the Acton Planning Board's decision to permit the proposed Robbins Mills Estates subdivision. The proposed development includes 90 five-bedroom houses, and would be located at the western edge of Carlisle. Sonn said that the wording of the appeal did not go into many specifics. However, concerns that have been raised by Carlisle residents include access over Carlisle land, increased traffic congestion, preserving a wildlife corridor, and preserving water quality. (For more information, see "Acton rejects alternative plan" in the September 13 Mosquito.)


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