The Andover City Council Oct. 21 unanimously approved assessments for a neighborhood street reconstruction project completed earlier this year.
The Andover City Council Sept. 2 approved a first draft of the 2015 levy, which is budgeted to bring in $300,000 more to the city in 2015 compared to this year.
Twenty year Andover resident, James Goodrich, is running for Andover City Council.
Andover residents will now be assessed when a city street in front of their home gets an overlay.
Although the Andover City Council supported a new 64-home development at its June 3 meeting, a split vote on the preliminary plat showed disagreement on how to ensure construction of a second access road.
Although the developer of the proposed Winslow Woods neighborhood has yet to apply for a preliminary permit, the Andover City Council has already informed him of its opinions concerning the development.