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I-93/Lowell Junction Development Area Background

The Interstate 93 Tri-Town Interchange Development Area represents one of the largest concentrations of employment in Northeastern Massachusetts. Situated between Exit 41 (Route 125) and Exit 42 (Dascomb Road), achieving an interchange in this location has the potential of opening up hundreds of acres of currently landlocked and underutilized land as well as allowing for expansion of existing industries in an area which is constrained by poor access to the interstate.
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Form Based Code Project

I-93 Request for Proposals Form-Based Code

Upcoming Meetings

I-93 Tri-Town Interchange Task Force - Next meeting June 3rd, 2010, 8am, Wilmington Town Hall, 121 Glen Road

Joint Planning Board Meeting to review DRAFT Form Based Code - June 8th, 7pm, Wilmington Town Hall

Stakeholder Meetings September 22, 23 (all day)
Listening Sessions October 6th (Andover 6-9pm)
Andover Public Safety Building 32 North Main Street

October 7th (Wilmington 6-9pm>
Town Hall 122 Glen Road Room 9

October 8th (Tewksbury 6-9 pm>
Tewksbury - Town Hall Auditorium
Charrette 1: The Vision October 22 (4-8pm)
Tewksbury - Town Hall Auditorium
Charrette 2: Vision Plan Development January 21, 2010 6:30 pm
Andover - Old Town Hall, 20 Main Street
Public Presentation on the Draft Code TBD - Mid February 2010
Public Presentation on the Final Code
(via a Joint Planning Board Hearing)
TBD - Mid May 2010
Town Meetings (Andover, Tewksbury, Wilmington) TBD - Early-Mid October

2010 Updates

Project Links


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