Abington will soon be able to permit up to five retail marijuana operations under an updated zoning bylaw overwhelmingly approved by Town Meeting Tuesday night.
The proponents behind a 156-unit housing development off Summer Street suddenly withdrew the project Monday night following more than two hours of comments, questions, and criticisms from the public.
An abbreviated Week Ahead looks at tonight's Summer Street Planning Board meeting, Tuesday's Special Town Meeting, and more.
Neighbors and proponents will get another chance Monday night to weigh in on a 156-unit apartment complex proposed for land next to the MBTA commuter rail station.
A preview of what voters can expect to vote on at Monday's Special Town Meeting
What's happening this week in Abington
A public hearing on a Summer Street housing project was postponed after too many people showed up.
The Board of Selectmen and Planning Board meet this week, while the school department is handling its first COVID case.
The Abington health and planning boards are meeting this week to discuss flu clinics and pot shops, among other things.
Abington's first retail marijuana shop won't open until early next spring due to COVID-19-related delays, the store's top executive said Thursday.