THE NUMBER of units proposed for the Woods of Lynnfield elderly housing complex has been reduced by 10, from 66 to 56, by the developer. Lynnfield residents will be asked to vote on the re-zoning proposal at Town Meeting Monday night. (Dan Tomasello Photo)

DEVELOPER Angus Bruce has reduced the number of proposed units in the Woods of Lynnfield elderly housing development from 66 to 56. This means there would be a total of 28 duplex units as shown in this rendering. The Board of Selectmen also voted to endorse Article 16 at their meeting on Wednesday night, April 24 (after press time).

ARTICLE 16 seeks to rezone the property at 1414 Main St. from Residence D to Elderly Housing. Approval of this change by Town Meeting would allow the developer to seek a special permit from the Planning Board to develop this project on nearly 23 acres of land.

The annual Town Meeting is Monday, April 29 at 7 p.m., LMS auditorium. A quorum of 175 voters is required for the meeting to commence.