By Jon Bishop
AYER — Parties involved with the Depot Square land transaction met at Attorney Roy Pastor’s office Wednesday, but a resolution has yet to be reached.
Pastor, who represents Phil Berry, the landowner whose property is needed to develop a pedestrian walkway and a vehicular turnaround at the Ayer commuter rail stop, said that the parties met for an hour or so.
“They made a compromise proposal,” he said, which he’ll present to Berry in the morning.
Those present included officials from the MBTA and Ayer.
As previously reported in The Public Spirit, in early December, the Montachusett Regional Transit Authority and the town of Ayer noticed that Berry had altered the plan that was agreed to in September, because the location of the parcel boundary line separating his property from the vehicular and pedestrian access had been moved.
At the Dec. 4 Planning Board meeting, the board voted to approve the plan. Four days later, on Dec. 8, the MBTA said that the revised plan was unacceptable.
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