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SJC sides with Regis College over retirement plan in Weston

By Lisa Kocian
Globe Staff / May 23, 2012
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The Supreme Judicial Court has ruled against the town of Weston in its nine-year-old fight with Regis College, which is seeking zoning protection for a proposed retirement community. Regis wants to build a 362-unit luxury retirement community under the so-called Dover Amendment, which bestows zoning exemptions for educational facilities.

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