NORTH PROVIDENCE – Up for review at a Planning Board meeting on Oct. 13 are four proposed condo and apartment units totaling 42 units combined, plus a pair of commercial proposals.

On the docket for the meeting, which starts at 6 p.m. in Town Hall, are:

• A public hearing for the Mainella Street condos master plan review, with a request from developer Mainella Street LLC and potential vote to combine the preliminary plan review for a major land development project featuring four duplexes, or eight total units.

• A public hearing on an application for master plan and preliminary plan approval for major land development from Immortal Land Development and Steven Lancia proposing 13 new apartment units at the Geneva Mills, 1117 Douglas Ave., with a possible vote to combine master and preliminary plan stages. The board is set to make a recommendation to the Zoning Board for a special use permit for structures nonconforming by use.

• An application for master plan review of a major land development project proposing 15 units in three buildings on Langdon Street by North Providence-based developer Sathuan Sa of EJS Investments.

• An application from Joseph Tudina of Bungalow Bill Realty for master plan review for major land development consisting of six condo units in two buildings on North Howard Avenue, as well as a recommendation to zoning for a special use permit for multi-family use.

Also up for discussion are an application from Michael Grieco for preliminary plan approval for three-building commercial development with six commercial units at 1601 Mineral Spring Ave., and an application from Jeff Anthony Properties for a special use permit for a drive-thru at a proposed bakery in a commercial village zone at 1998 Mineral Spring Ave.

Lastly, the board is scheduled to discuss a potential moratorium on specific zoning applications and a recommendation to the Town Council on such a moratorium.

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