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And the celebrity chef tells Burlington Patch what brought him to Burlington.
The zoning change for the proposed Target/Canyon Site project was denied by Burlington's annual Town Meeting last night.
Burlington's Town Meeting will take up the zoning change for the proposed Canyon/Target project first thing Monday evening, and a special procedure will allow everyone -- Lexington residents included -- to speak.
Gutierrez Project Manager Scott Weiss will answer questions about the Canyon/Target proposal at the Burlington-Lexington line live at 6 p.m. this evening. Check back, bookmark this page, to join the discussion.
Following a 4-3 vote on Thursday, March 29, the so-called Canyon Site/Target proposal by Gutierrez Company will go to Burlington's May Town Meeting with an endorsement from that town's Planning Board.
The Gutierrez Company, the project proponents, will request Town Meeting members to "refer the article back for further study" rather than taking a vote on Jan. 23.
Burlington and Lexington residents attended last night's Burlington Planning Board meeting to listen to Target's presentation and express concerns about the proposal to site the store at the intersection of Middlesex Turnpike, Wheeler Road and Rt 128/95.
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