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.
An Andover housing developer received permission from the Andover City Council Feb. 18 to begin clearing trees before the entire planning process is complete, but not before the city’s natural resources technician evaluates what is being done.
The future home of three athletic fields and a city park on the northeast corner of 161st Avenue and Tulip Street in Andover is still just being referred to as the 40-acre site.
The Andover City Council Nov. 19 on a 4-0 vote, with Councilmember Sheri Bukkila absent, approved two conditional use permit requests from Verizon Wireless to install cell phone antennas on two water towers, one in Rose Park and one by Andover City Hall.