During a Planning Zoning Board meeting this week, Board Vice Chairman Edward Mead reported on the Nov. 9 meeting of the Police Commission to which he is the P&Z liaison.

Mead said the commission unanimously accepted the Traffic Division’s recommendation to reject a proposed 8-30g affordable housing development at 214-224 Seaside Avenue, due to traffic concerns.

According to the assessor’s records, 214 Seaside Avenue is a 0.47-acre parcel, and 224 Seaside Avenue, is a 0.72-acre parcel, both of which have single-family homes on them. They are located near the intersection with Meadowside Road.

Projects follow a process of going for review and approval through various city departments and review before they appear on the P&Z agenda.