WATERTOWN — A Pittsford company on Tuesday afternoon got the green light to move forward with a 357-unit townhouse complex off Route 202 that was first proposed seven years ago.
The town of Watertown Planning Board unanimously approved the site plans for the project, which will be completed in two phases over several years.
It was a surprise in August when Morgan Management came forward after so many years to dust off the drawings and propose the same project it had first proposed for military housing for Fort Drum.
Mark R. Costich, chief executive officer for Costich Engineering, Rochester, said he did not know the history of why the project was first proposed for Fort Drum. Nor did he know why the project didn’t proceed.
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