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Burlington

Hearing to address Marriott hotel changes

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The Planning Board at its meeting Thursday will open a public hearing on a proposal by Boston Marriott Burlington Hotel to make changes to its interior, including eliminating one restaurant, and to modify its parking lot. The hotel, at 1 Burlington Mall Road, wants to amend its special permit and to make a minor engineering change to its site plan for the project. The board will also continue a public hearing on a proposed new Italian restaurant at the New England Executive Park, off Burlington Mall Road. Tuscan Kitchen, which already has a restaurant in Salem, N.H., seeks special permits to open a second restaurant at the business park that would include a function room The plan also calls for an adjoining market that would sell such goods as pastas, prepared foods, and olive oils The board will also continue discussion of several proposed zoning bylaw changes, including those pertaining to structured parking, the town’s planned development district, and signs in the town center district.

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