Vote on 12 Louisburg Square Project Tabled Again
Opposing parties asked to smooth over differences before project comes before the committee a third time.
After a second appearance before the neighborhood's zoning committee, it appears the project at 12 Louisburg Square still is not ready for a vote.
Thomas Frank, the property owner, appeared before the Beacon Hill Civic Association's Zoning and Licensing Committee on June 6 to get approval to expand a dormer, enlarge a bay window and add a 26-foot-long roof deck to the rear of his building.
But in light of neighbor's concerns, two of whom are represented by their own lawyers, the committee tabled the vote to give the parties another month to work out their differences.
As of this month's meeting, on Tuesday night, those differences had not yet been sufficiently ironed out.
Although some features of Frank's plan had been scaled back, the abutters didn't feel that those changes were same as they were told it would be, according to BHCA Executive Director MaryLee Halpin.
The committee again tabled a vote on the project, asking Frank and his team to work more with abutters and come back with a plan that's ready for a vote.