Planning Board

An unpopular proposal to subdivide the yard of a historic home to build three condo units was rejected for a second time by the city Wednesday, leaving a lawsuit as the developer’s only hope of following through on the project.

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Protesters threatened to shut down work on a major development project minutes after the Planning Board voted Thursday to approve changes that will allow it to go forward without assurances the developer would hold to a covenant that calls for union labor.