The Stonybrook Neighborhood Association (SNA) met virtually on May 10, where members and neighbors heard two development presentations as well as updates from subcommittees.
The first development proposal was for a self storage facility at 75 Stedman St. Jay Walsh was on hand to represent the owners of the property, who are also proposing to extend Stedman St. and connect it to Stonley Road.
The site has “been a construction yard for a long time,” Walsh said, and has caused issues with abutters, including dust and noise complaints. He said that the owners discussed a residential proposal, but they decided it wouldn’t be feasible in the area with the amount density that would be necessary to make it financially feasible.
He said the proposal for the storage facility has been presented to abutters, who provided feedback and the latest proposal “had taken that…