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Residents invited to planning forum for Westborough State Hospital property

Westborough large web iconWestborough – In connection with its planning efforts to determine what residents want for the future use of the former Westborough State Hospital property, the Town of Westborough will hold a planning charrette open to all Westborough residents and taxpayers Saturday, April 12.

A charrette is a planning tool with professional facilitators that work with stakeholders to explore possible redevelopment scenarios. This charrette will focus on how the town might move forward with the redevelopment of the former state hospital property. Westborough has engaged Dr. John Mullin, president of Mullin Associates and associate director of the Center for Economic Development from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, to participate.

The charrette will start at 9 a.m. and will run until approximately 2 p.m. at Westborough High School, 90 W. Main St. Lunch and refreshments will be provided. Residents who participate will get an opportunity to provide input into the planning process.

For planning purposes, residents interested in participating are asked to RSVP to charrette@town.westborough.ma.us. Residents that don's have access to email can call the Selectmen's Office at 508-366-3030.

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