A little behind schedule on this but here’s a rundown of some comings and goings around town on the retail front during the fourth quarter of 2015:
City Council will vote on an ordinance next week that would allow the Parking Authority to use part of Bridge Street, which could be used to help settle a parking dispute that’s potentially holding up the next downtown project.
Winter Storm Jonas blew through town, dumping more than two feet of snow over the weekend, and causing a partial roof collapse at the Center Circle on Saturday.
Redevelopment officials hope to resolve a dispute over parking by the end of next month to get the next downtown project under way, which could impact another development on the drawing board.
The Redevelopment Agency, upon recommendation of the redevelopment director, appointed the city administrator to be deputy director, serving as the city’s liaison to the agency.
A proposed affordable housing development geared toward artists could return to the Planning Board in the coming weeks.
The developer of an East Cherry Street project hopes to begin site work on the development by the spring.