The Planning Board made its choice for a peer review consultant for the University Station project last night, selecting BETA Engineering over PSC.
"While both teams were quite capable, the Board felt that BETA was the right choice," Planning Board Chair Jack Wiggin said.
Wiggin went on to say that BETA was chosen because of their breadth of expertise, including fiscal analysis, zoning and all aspects of engineering.
PSC made their presentation to the Board first, and the members were very impressed.
"I thought we'd go with them after their presentation," Board member Steve Rafsky said, adding that they were "outstanding."
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The Planning Board will be attending the Finance and Warrant Commission meeting on Thursday at 7 p.m., although they won't be getting into specifics of the plan.
The next meeting after that will be on Tuesday, October 16, at 7:30 p.m. in the Middle School cafeteria. This meeting will be a joint meeting with the Finance and Warrant Commission and Board of Selectmen participating as well.
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