Denise Doucette-Ginise, who represented the Second District on the Milford Planning and Zoning Board, has resigned from the board for “personal reasons,” according to Milford Planning and Zoning Board Chairman Jim Quish. Quish said her replacement may be appointed by the board’s Jan. 15 meeting. Doucette-Ginise ran unopposed when she was elected in November 2017.
The Planning and Zoning Board (P&Z) approved with conditions an 18-unit apartment complex at 690 New Haven Avenue. The board conducted a public hearing at its Dec. 4 meeting for the plan presented on behalf of 690 New Haven Avenue LLC, which lists Anthony Monaco of Milford as its managing member. The vote was 7-1 with board member Robert Satti … read more
Construction of three shoreline area homes was unanimously approved by the Planning and Zoning Board (P&Z) at its Nov. 20 meeting. The board approved coastal area site plans for all three homes. A 1,008 square foot single-family house is planned for 70 Melba Street to replace a 1,100 square foot house that was destroyed in an April 11, 2015 fire, … read more
At its November 20 meeting the Planning and Zoning Board approved the following applications: Milford Point Brewing, 230 Woodmont Road, applied to add a tap room to its brewing operations so it can serve beer on the premises. Warren Field applied for approval to construct a six-unit apartment project at 232 West Main Street, filed under the state’s affordable housing … read more