iBerkshires.com reports the Adams traffic Commission approved the traffic circulation plan for the proposed new Cumberland Farms.
The commissioners expressed few concerns over the plan Thursday, and Town Administrator Jay Green noted they haven't really changed much from 2018.
The Westborough-based convenience store chain had proposed to place a new store on Commercial Street between Elm and Prospect streets several years ago. The company ran into opposition in its first attempts to get through the permitting stage and withdrew its application in 2018. It restarted the process early this year.
The chain proposes demolishing Al's Service Center at 95 Commercial St. and two other structures, all owned by Carol Ostrowski, to make way for new construction.

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