In an Opinion piece published today in the Provincetown Banner, Truro residents Kevin Kuechler and Peter Herridge propose that the Cloverleaf Project as planned poses a false choice for Truro – to have affordable housing or safe drinking water, but not both.
They propose another view – that Truro can and must have both – and that Truro citizens need to act fast before the ZBA grants a permit to the project developer. Read the GUEST COMMENTARY from Today’s Banner here.
Truro’s Zoning Board of Appeals will hold the last public discussion on the Cloverleaf Project on JANUARY 16 | 5:30 PM | Town Hall.
Any Truro resident – full or part-time – can express their views about environmentally-responsible affordable housing to the ZBA and/or the Select Board. We encourage you to urge the ZBA and the BoS to see that the smart choice is to choose both affordable housing and clean water – and condition the permit for the Cloverleaf Project to ensure this is achieved.
To contact the ZBA, email the administrative office at Town Hall and indicate in your email you request this be made available to the full ZBA:
Noelle Scoullar email@example.com
To contact the Select Board by email, write to all members at:
Jan Worthington firstname.lastname@example.org
Bob Weinstein email@example.com
Kristen Reed firstname.lastname@example.org
Sue Areson email@example.com