In addition, four new projects will come before the Planning Board. The first is a proposal to move the Hudson Brewing Company to a new location within 99 North Third Street, the giant former L&B building, and open a tasting room at the site.
The third is a proposal for 205-207 Warren Street, but that application, although on the City website, cannot be opened, so what's planned for this building remains, for now, a mystery.
The fourth is a proposal to convert the house at 239 Warren Street into mixed use residential/commercial space.
At the last Planning Board meeting on March 9, Tom DePietro, who chairs the board, said he would schedule a public hearing on the proposal to develop the basement of Galvan Armory into office space and a daycare center for COARC. A public hearing on this proposal, however, is not part of the published agenda for Thursday's meeting.
The Planning Board meets at 6:30 Thursday, April 13, at City Hall.
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