Gloucester’s 2014 Year in Review
The board will elect its new chairman and vice chairman who will serve throughout 2015.
The proposed change would allow principal structures containing retail stores, shops and offices in the B-2 Village Business Zoning District to be built to a height of 60 feet.
Staff concerned about ramifications of possible change
The policy limits the use of restrooms and locker rooms to corresponding biological genders and requires alternative private facilities for transgender students.
Dawson and Tinsley take the posts
Parks, Recreation and Tourism also accepting letters for Santa Claus
Code amendment would allow chickens in the SF-1 district if passed
A second hearing to be held on Gloucester’s Hazard Mitigation Open Space Management Plan
Also, hearing held on Hazard Mitigation Open Space Management Plan
Carl Yutzky granted permission to construct a living shoreline