Hanover residents packed the high school auditorium at last night’s zoning board of appeals meeting to get answers regarding the future of the Hanover Mall.
Development Partners of Hanover, the group presenting the project came to the meeting with hopes of being granted a variance to build 18 feet higher than what the town allows.
The group is proposing 297 apartment units, 4 stories high at 53 feet, as well as retail spaces.
Hanover resident Viola Ryerson says adding the apartment units may cause the towns water supply to be effected.
Representative for Development Partners David Hall says all concerns will be addressed
The Hanover Zoning Board of Appeals did not vote on the variance Wednesday night and continued the meeting to Thursday, January 3rd.
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