WATERVILLE — The Planning Board on Monday will consider final plans for an Alfond Youth Center project that consists of building community gardens and 12,500 square feet of parking at 121 North St.

The meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. in the City Council chamber at The Center downtown.

The community gardens would be across North Street from the Alfond Center on property the center bought and where it demolished a house.

The board will review the plans under the city’s site plan review and subdivision ordinance.

Board members also will consider final plans for storage buildings totaling 9,360 square feet to be built at the intersection of Webb and West River roads. The project is being proposed by Tim Millett.

At the board’s June 5 meeting, George Courbron, of SurveyWorks, Inc., of Greene, represented the project and said plans call for three storage buildings at 140 by 24 feet, 130 by 24 and 120 by 24. The buildings would have 30, 28 and 26 units, respectively, according to Courbron.

The board on Monday also will consider an informal preapplication review for a 20,000-square-foot building proposed for Penny Park at 295 Kennedy Memorial Drive by 295 KMD LLC.

Amy Calder — 861-9247

[email protected]

Twitter: @AmyCalder17


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