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September 18, 2013

Cab company told to try again


“The abutters have to be notified,” advised Councilor Dave Gamache.

“There has to be a public hearing,” Councilor Tom Gould added.

Councilor Rico Mello suggested Roman withdraw his proposal “without prejudice ... which means you’ll have to come back.”

“You won’t have to pay any more fees,” Gould said.

“I wish them the best,” said resident Tony Kazlowski as he filed out with a contingent of Union Street residents. He expressed relief that the cab company won’t be locating on his block.

Americab currently operates on Jefferson Avenue in Salem.

Staff writer Alan Burke can be reached at

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