Eastport Lofts appeal nears final decision on whether plan to pay for services is enough

When a new development is under consideration, the city must determine whether it can provide public services to the project, including adequate police and fire service, traffic control, recreation space, school capacity and more. In March, the Board of Appeals deemed that four of the nine service requirements — fire and rescue, public maintenance services, schools and water and sewer services — were adequate.

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