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TEWKSBURY — The Tewksbury Plan­ning Board met on July 18, 2022 for a nearly four-hour meeting in Tewks­bury Town Hall. Mem­ber Eric Ryder was not in attendance.

In her report, Town Planner Alex Lowder shared that arancini makers Brelundi are mov­ing ahead with plans to take over the former Mira­bella’s Bakery. The company is undergoing re­views with the fire department and building commissioner, and will be demolishing a house on the lot to expand parking upon approval.

Lowder also reported that the former Discount Madness site at 1325 Main St. is being cleaned up at the board’s request while construction is halted. In addition, Tree House Brew­ing Company is un­dergoing review with the fire and building de­partments to create a refrigerated drive-up or­der pickup station at the former salon building at 1880 Main St. The company’s goal is to start retail beer sales in the fall, before converting the country club to a craft beer operation next year.

Lowder reported that the town recently receiv­ed a $193,000 municipal vulnerability preparedness (MVP) grant to conduct a resident survey on flooding throughout town and to look into potential solutions to flooding chal­lenges.

Finally, the vacant lot at 2131 Main St., across from Boudreau Auto, is slated to start construction on a multifamily townhouse development; the board…

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