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Town report details challenges, benefits of Smiler’s Wharf project

Joe WojtasMay 27, 2019

Mystic — In order to secure town approval, the developers of the proposed Smiler’s Wharf project in downtown Mystic will have to overcome issues such as providing enough parking, changing the traffic pattern on Cottrell Street, ensuring there is enough sewer capacity and addressing concerns from Groton officials that the buildings are too high.

Those concerns as well as touted benefits such as increased tax revenue and jobs for the town, increased public access to the water and improved costal resiliency are expected to be part of the discussion Tuesday night when the Stonington Planning and Zoning Commission holds a public hearing on the controversial application at 7 p.m. at Mystic Middle School.

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