Yes to exploring affordable housing

The parking area in the historic district of Lakeville could become affordable housing. Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

SALISBURY — A town meeting in Salisbury on Wednesday, June 27, approved a resolution allowing the Salisbury Housing Committee (SHC) site control over the town-owned “Holley Block” property. The vote was 236 yes votes to 65 no votes.

The resolution allows the SHC to proceed with applying for state funds for pre-development work.

The idea is to use the property, which is currently a parking lot and a small town park on Millerton Road (Route 44) at Holley Street, for affordable housing.

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