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Brian Barber

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The Community Preservation Corporation

HQ Phone:  (212) 869-5300

Direct Phone: (781) ***-****direct phone

Email: b***@***.com

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The Community Preservation Corporation

28 East 28Th Street 9Th Floor

New York City, New York,10016

United States

Company Description

Established in 1974, CPC is a nonprofit affordable housing and community revitalization finance company that believes housing is central to transforming underserved neighborhoods into thriving and vibrant communities. We provide innovative capital solutions, f... more

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Project Manager

The Collaborative Companies


Resident Director

American-Yugoslav Project in Urban and


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About MACP

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Brian Barber
Community Preservation Associates 781-648-0326 brian.barber@comcast.net


Directory

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Planning Contact: Brian Barber, Principal
brian.barber@comcast.net Planning Staff: 4 DHCD Prequalified Consultant


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The May session on Feasibility Studies for Theaters and Art Centers will be given by Brian Barber of Community Associates June 18th, 2010.


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Brian Barber, Lead
Community Preservation Associates


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"Everybody acknowledges that the zoning needs to be modernized," said Brian Barber, principal with Community Preservation Associates in Arlington, whose firm initiated the information-gathering process several weeks ago after being hired as consultants in January.During the recent meeting with Hartnett, Chief Building Inspector Joseph Biszko and Zoning Board Chairman Arthur DeAscentis, Barber said they addressed numerous issues within the nine required elements of a master plan update.They included land use and implementation for zoning, Barber said, giving examples of where the codes remain antiquated.He'd liked to see mixed uses in buildings and areas to use a lost tradition of combining residential and commercial projects because Fall River has the structures to support that and developers can market those projects in the right situations."The ordinance needs to do that," Barber said.The city also needs to "allow more conditions by right," he said.Home occupation regulations in prescribed districts might by one example, while the paper-thin manual of zoning regulations "is silent" on basic uses like in-law apartments.Another improvement example, he said, would be if a homeowner shows hardship to add a ramp for a wheelchair-bound occupant.The building inspector could be given discretion to issue a permit with proof of medical documentation, in lieu of appearing before the Zoning Board.Barber's contract stipulates holding five public meetings during the approximately 15-month master plan process, soliciting input from citizens and neighborhood groups, as well as officials.The first is tentatively slated for the end of June.Completing the master plan, which serves as a guide to zoning, is a lengthy process, Barber said.It also involves "early action" recommendations that could be done in a few months."The question is, can you put together the political process to get it done?"Barber asked.


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