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Michael Scott Publishes Case Study on Applying 40R Regulations to Plymouth’s Cordage Park CommonWealth

Posted June 12, 2007 by

Boston, MA – March 6, 2007 – Michael Scott, partner in the firms Land Use, Permitting and Development practice, together with Lee Hartman, director of planning and development for the town of Plymouth, wrote “Chapter 40R on the Rise: Plymouths Cordage Park is a case study in finding a smart approach to smart growth.” The article was published in the spring 2007 issue of CommonWealth, a quarterly magazine produced by the Massachusetts Institute for a New Commonwealth (MassINC).

Michael was the lead counsel for Cordage Development during negotiations for the 40R district in Plymouth. He recently presented to almost 200 developers, business owners and other stakeholders, on Massachusetts 40R regulations during an Economic Development Tour presented by the South Shore Chamber of Commerce. With Nutter’s representation of Cordage Park, South Shore Tri-Town (Southfield) and another 40R project recently approved, Nutter has been involved with some of the most significant smart-growth development projects in the state.

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