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January 29, 2013

Council delays transfer of funds for salaries


Speaking during a period known as the “Good of the Order,” Sullivan noted that the Newburyport Redevelopment Authority is fashioning a proposal to develop two commercial buildings in order to fund more park space on acreage it owns adjacent to the Merrimack River, but he said that no plans have been approved.

“There is a lot of misinformation out there sent on blue fliers,” Sullivan said. He appeared to be referring to communication sent by opponents of development.

Sullivan said the NRA is just working on an outline for possible action, and that nothing has been finalized.

The NRA is scheduled to meeting tomorrow night at 7 at the library, and authority members are expected to present information that they consider factual.

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