Interested in saving a couple of old Westport houses? (Or want them gone?)
Here are your chances.
Tomorrow (Thursday, July 18), the Planning & Zoning Commission will consider a new plan from Terrain. It will save the 1900-era house on the corner of Post Road and Crescent Road; will increase the store’s parking by 29 spots, and will move off-loading of trucks from Crescent Road to their own property.
Sources say 8:15-ish is the best time to get there for the Terrain application.
If you can’t attend the meeting, contact P&Z director Larry Bradley (firstname.lastname@example.org). He’ll put all emails in a file for P&Z members to read.
Then, on Thursday (July 25, 7 p.m.) the P&Z will review use of town land, as it relates to the relocation of the Kemper-Gunn House (35 Church Lane).
RTM member Matt Mandell has organized an online petition, in hopes of convincing town bodies to move the building a few yards away, to the Elm Street parking lot (prior to construction of Bedford Square).
Finally, there’s the Saugatuck firehouse. On Wednesday, August 28, the RTM Long Range Planning Committee will hear public input on possible relocation sites.
And you thought you had the summer off!