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NASHUA, N.H. | BRIEFS

Site development in the forecast

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There’s no word yet as to what might be built at the site, but AS-VR Realty LCC has applied for several variances for the parcel it owns at 420 Amherst St., the former home of Building 19. Gerald Prunier, AS-VR Realty’s lawyer, filed requests for eight variances with the Nashua Zoning Board of Adjustment so development may proceed as soon as the economy improves. If granted, all the variances will allow virtually any commercial use of the 14-acre tract that is situated atop the aquifer that feeds the city’s water supply.

- Tom Long

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