Why did I receive a notice in the mail from the Planning Board?

If you received a notice in the mail from the Planning Board, it means that you are an abutter (as defined by law) to a proposed development that will be reviewed by the Board at an upcoming meeting. The notice is required by state law to let you know that a public hearing is being held on the project. If you have questions about the notice that you received, please call the Community Development Office at 978-640-4370.

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1. What is the Planning Board?
2. Why did I receive a notice in the mail from the Planning Board?
3. How can I find out more about a proposed project that is before the Planning Board?
4. How often does the Planning Board meet, and what should I expect at the public hearing?
5. How do I get in touch with the Planning Board to make my concerns known if I cannot attend the Planning Board meeting?
6. Why didn't the Planning Board respond to my email or letter?
7. What happens after a public hearing is closed?
8. Will I be notified of the decision of the Planning Board?