Oriole Landing Housing Development

ORIOLE LANDING FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS 

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Civico Development is proposing Oriole Landing, a 60-unit mixed-income rental community located at 1 Mary's Way, adjacent to The Commons. As proposed, Oriole Landing will offer a diversity of housing options including fifteen units (25%) reserved for those earning a maximum of 80% of the Area Median Income. All 60 units will count on the Town’s Subsidized Housing Inventory (SHI).​

PLANNING BOARD PROCESS

An application for a Preliminary Development & Use Plan was filed with the Planning Board with a hearing held on Tuesday, March 6th, continued to March 13th (due to snow was continued to March 20th, 2018) held at 16 Lincoln Road, Lincoln in the Donaldson Room. The Applicant was required to mail a copy of the plan to all postal patrons in Lincoln at least 14 days prior to the hearing. Click here to view the application, traffic studies, fiscal analysis, plans, studies and timeline. 

The Town obtained the services of two consultants to review the traffic report and fiscal analysis and pro forma on behalf of the Town: 

Click here to view the Peer Review Traffic Study conducted by Ron Muller dated March 8, 2018. 

Click here to view the Peer Review Fiscal Analysis conducted by LDS Consulting Group dated March 16, 2018.​
Click here to view Civico's response to the Peer Review Fiscal Analysis dated March 19, 2018​

TOWN MEETING PROCESS

At the March 24, 2018 Town Meeting, Lincoln Voters voted to approve by 2/3rds vote a Bylaw Amendment to establish a North Lincoln Planning Development Overlay District and a Preliminary Development and Land Use Plan. Click here to view the Warrant Article. The Bylaw Amendment is not final until it is approved by the Attorney General's Office which takes about a month following Town Meeting.  

Within 2 years following Town Meeting, Civico Development is required to return back to the Planning  Board for Site Plan Special Permit Approval through a public hearing process.​ Civico has indicated they will file an application within a few weeks following Town Meeting. A hearing notice and abutter notification will occur as well as a mailing to each postal patron in Lincoln. We will also post dates on this website. ​

LINCOLN HOUSING COMMISSION, TRUST AND COALITION

​​The Housing Coalition and Civico Development hosted an informational meeting on January 31 at 7:00 pm at Town Offices, Donaldson Room.​​Visit the Housing Commission's webpage to learn more about the project and affordable housing:
Housing Commission Webpage
Housing Commission Oriole Landing Overview

HOW GROUP

Public Forum Tuesday held a public forum on February 27, 2018 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Donaldson Room, Town Hall

CIVICO (Developer)​
​Civico has created a number of ways for the public to learn more about the project and/or ask questions.  A series of open houses were held in addition to a website and facebook page.

​​​Civico met with Lincoln’s various boards and committees. Civico hosted a neighborhood meeting at the Library on January 18, 2018 at 7:00 pm in the Tarbell Room.​​

OPEN HOUSES
​Civico Development hosed Community Open Houses at the Library where the public was welcomed to drop in and learn more about Oriole Landing from the development team. The dates were as follows:

January 25, Thursday 2-4 pm Tarbell Room

​February 8, Thursday 6:30-8:30 pm Tarbell Room

​February 15, Thursday 1-3 pm, Tarbell Room

​February 22, Thursday 6:30-8:30 pm, Tarbell Room

March 1, Thursday 6:30-8:30 pm, Tarbell Room

March 8, Thursday 2:00-4:00 pm, Tarbell Room

March 15, Thursday 6:30-8:00 pm, Tarbell Room

March 22, Thursday 4:30-8:30 pm Bemis Hall​

Please do not hesitate to reach out to the Planning and Land Use Department if you have any questions.