In June, “06880″ reported that the owners of the old post office intended to paint the exterior of their new restaurant — Post 154 — an indeterminate color. It was described as “brown,” “a dark shade” and “a bit purply.”
Some “06880″ commenters noted that property owners can pretty much do whatever they please. Many more, however, were appalled at changes to the handsome brick building.
It was a dark moment in town.
Yesterday — in a meeting with town officials including Planning and Zoning director Laurence Bradley, P&Z Commission chair Catherine Walsh and Historic District Commission administrator Carol Leahy — owners Joe and Melissa Kelly, and architect Bruce Beinfield said they will not paint the brick.
The interior is reported to look great.
Now the exterior will, too.
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