Landowners lose bid for adjacent lot by $200
During Monday’s meeting of the Board of Selectmen, the board awarded the sale option to William R. Mason, a local attorney whose bid of $25,200 was the highest of two.
Bids for the two Haverhill Road lots, which total 33,838 square feet and include portions of the existing right-of-way on London Bridge Road, closed on Friday, July 26.
The Dubay Group has been responsible for the development of several major projects in town, including the Route 111 ConvenientMD medical clinic that opened last year.
Mason, who was present at the July 29 meeting, said he was interested in the land for personal reasons, though did not specify.
Town Administrator David Sullivan said the town would now work closely with Mason to schedule a property appraisal, which would dictate the final sale price.
Dubay argued that the Goodnoughs’ existing driveway runs through the property in question, among other things.
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