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The zoning that wouldn't die ...

Posted by Ralph Ranalli July 21, 2007 02:17 PM


They’re back. All those zoning articles which got taken off the town meeting’s agenda in April are back on the table for active consideration.

There are six in all, said Rick Brown, the town’s Planning Director. They deal with such issues as “mansionization,” off-street parking, site plan approval, and various yard regulations and setback requirements.

The Planning Board is holding a public session Monday, July 30, to give residents a first “citizens speak” opportunity to comment on the proposals. The meeting will take place at 7:30 p.m. in Town Hall.

The text of the proposed articles can be read on the town’s website.

--Lisa Keen

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