abutter


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abutter

the owner of adjoining property.
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Some of the sales in the $120,000-$150,000 range are sales to abutters needing land for expansion.
Following a Planning Board hearing on July 8, a community meeting was held on July 16 where abutters asked about the issuance of easements.
Fox, said they believed the project will benefit the town, road abutters and the college.
Abutters are seeking to overturn planning board and zoning board of adjustment decisions to approve Packard Development's project to conduct a Lowe's, Target and major supermarket at the site of the vacant GTE Sylvania plant on Route 33.
to provide resources, strategies and support to land owners and abutters of the proposed Tennessee Gas/Kinder Morgan North Worcester Lateral pipeline.
The Bosseys were interveners in the appeal filed with the Supreme Court by several abutters, which named the city as the defendant.
We are just trying to be responsive to the needs of the immediate abutters,'' Mr.
Abutters to the site of a proposed Hannaford supermarket in Kingston have filed appealed a zoning board of adjustment ruling that they say wrongly overturned an Historic District Commission decision to deny the store's application to build.
National Grid said the proposed barriers are intended "to both attenuate noise and provide screening to abutters.