STOP Recycle Works @ 220 Cushing Street, Location Frustration!

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  • INCREASED TRAFFIC including TRACTOR TRAILER TRUCKS in an ALREADY CONGESTED AREAS 
  • DECREASED ROAD SAFETY in a SCHOOL ZONES
  • INCREASED DISTRACTIONS for our SCHOOL CHILDREN at The WEST, OMS & SHS
  • WEAR & TEAR on our ROADWAYS
  • ADDITIONAL STRAIN on our WATER SEWERAGE SYSTEM
  • NEGATIVE IMPACT on PROPERTY VALUES & DETERING PROSPECTIVE RESIDENTS
  • NEGATIVE IMAGE of OUR TOWN
  • ODORS from LIQUID WASTE & RODENTS

RecycleWorks webpage states they are "the solution for the confidential and secure destruction of non-sale able beverages, food and dairy products where they de-package, remove contents and all packing materials are separated and baled for recycling. Remaining beverage, food and dairy products are processed for delivery to anaerobic digestions facilities." They are looking to relocate from their Weymouth facility and increase their space to as much as 5 times on 220 Cushing Street, Stoughton directly across from O'Donnell Middle School, our athletic fields and in close proximity to our NEW $120+ million dollar high school as well as in a residential neighborhood and with traffic patterns effecting the West Elementary and the already congested Central & Canton Streets with an estimated 25 Tractor Trailer Trucks en-route. Many municipalities including Police, Fire, Board of Health and School Committee have expressed reservations and/or concerns. This type of business is simply not suitable for this location!  RecycleWorks is seeking to obtain a Special Permit from the Zoning Board of Appeals on April 5th. Please attend the meeting and support this petition to decline approval for these purposes.

Case #4208 - Is asking for a SPECIAL PERMIT under the Town of Stoughton zoning by-laws Principal Uses E. WHOLESALE, TRANSPORTATION AND INDUSTRIAL 2. Processing and treating of raw materials including operations appurtenant to the taking, such as grading, drying, sorting, crushing, grinding, and milling operations. And/or 18. Waste Disposal Facilities including incinerators, transfer stations and resource recovery facilities. Once this special permit is issued permission is authorized to proceed with ANY of the above and we will have NO RECOURSE.

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