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Melrose

Appeals board meets Wednesday

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The Board of Appeals on Wednesday will continue a public hearing started last month on a request from the Melrose Affordable Housing Corp. to convert a home at 165 Trenton St. into a two-family property. Other agenda items include a public hearing on a request to construct a single-story addition to the rear of a home at 18 Sharon Road, and to allow a two-car, two-story garage with living space, replacing a single-car garage at the home. The board will meet at 7:45 p.m. in the aldermen’s chamber at City Hall.

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