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A 16-person advisory group, consisting of neighbors, members of the Somerville Board of Aldermen and city staffers, met over the summer to review six development proposals for the site.
Rossetti said Monday that the advisory committee had issued its report to Curtatone and that the mayor was in the process of reviewing the report.
She said Curtatone could recommend a developer to the Somerville Board of Aldermen as early as this week.
The Powder House School closed in 2004, and in the city issued a request for proposals for redeveloping the school on Dec. 26, 2012.
A flyer of unknown origin distributed in the neighborhood around the Powder House School suggested the city had narrowed the search down to two proposals, but Rossetti said, "I don't know if it's down to two proposals."
"A lot of the stuff in there is incorrect," Rossetti said, referring mostly to the implication that the city would recommend a developer without community input.
"This is the result of a multi-year community process," Rossetti said. "There have been dozens of community members in that area who have been involved," she said.