With no votes to spare, the City Council approved a deal which granted an historic conservation easement to the Federal Government for the lawn area of the Dover Green to create a national monument, but reserving all rights in the areas around it and removing all references to building while protecting the private property around it. The story is here in the Dover Post. This was done in spite of the majority of property owners expressing concerns with the deal.
DOVER CITY COUNCIL VOTE ON THE GREEN
Sean Lynn (recused himself)
Adam Perza (late to meeting)