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South Boston Council hosts two public hearings / July 08, 2013
South Boston Town Council has two public hearings on its agenda for tonight’s meeting in Council Chambers beginning at 7 p.m.

The first of those is on a recommendation from the South Boston Planning Commission to conditionally zone property at 311 Berry Hill Road to allow for the establishment of a vehicle repair service. Planners have also recommended several conditions under which the permit applicant, which if approved, will operate.

The second hearing is on a request from Beverly Caldwell to buy a 37 foot by 124 foot strip of land which is owned by the Town and is located at the back of Caldwell’s residence at 1505 Penick Avenue.

Council will also receive the year-end financial report from Town Finance Director Erle Scott.

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