Avesta Housing seeks review from planning board

CONWAY — A request by the Mt. Washington Valley Economic Council for concurrent site-plan and subdivision review for the Avesta workforce and senior living housing project tops the agenda for the Conway Planning Board’s meeting on Thursday.

“These are the initial steps in the site-plan and subdivison review process,” said Jac Cuddy, executive director of the economic council, which sold 61 acres just east of the Granite State College/Tech Village campus next to the MWV Tech Villge to the Portland, Maine-based non-profit housing agency.

Representing Avesta will be Josh McAllister of HEB Engineers of North Conway and Bridgton, Maine.

The Conway Daily Sun