Though the Planning Board first heard of the project from developers last fall, Campbell said he is unaware of any feedback from businesses or residents concerned about abandoning the connection plan.
Joe Friedman, president of Brooks Properties, a development company that has been active on both Stiles Road and Keewaydin Drive, said he is aware of the proposal, but hasn’t taken a position.
“Not at this time. I don’t know if we will take a position on it,” Friedman said.
Plans on file with the Salem Planning Department identify the developer as Osomor LLC.
Records filed with the New Hampshire Secretary of State’s corporate division for Osomor and Crosby Advisors LLC list the same person as business agent, Kimberly Contreras.
Fidelity Investments did not return a phone call, nor did the engineering firm working on the project.