Council Set to Accept Two Streets Near Methuen Line

Haverhill City Hall.

Haverhill city councilors tonight will revisit the proposed acceptance of two streets within a development off route 110 near the Methuen city line.

A public hearing by the council is scheduled on a request by Scotland Heights Realty Trust Trustee Michael Crowe, to accept Tersolo Road and “a portion of” Snow Road as public way. It was postponed by the council March 29, subject to the developer to “conclude the requirements of the city engineer” prior to a Haverhill Planning Board hearing. That panel gave favorable recommendation to the petition April 13, according to Planning Director William Pillsbury Jr.

“The city engineer has reviewed the final plans and found that the roadways have been completed in accordance with the approved definitive plans. “All as-built plans have been reviewed and accepted by the city engineer and the legal description of the roadway to be accepted has been approved by the city engineer,” Pillsbury wrote in an April 22 memo. “As planning director, I concur with the planning board’s action and recommend the city council formally accept the (above referenced) streets as proposed.”

The Haverhill City Council meets at 7 p.m., tonight, in Theodore A. Pelosi Jr. Council Chambers at Haverhill City Hall.