Zoning Board to Vote on Self-Storage Facility

The Zoning Board of Adjustment will hold another public hearing tonight at the Town House at 7PM to decide whether to grant a special exception to Paul Zimmerman to build a self-storage facility with at least 100 units next to the fire station on 109A.

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Zoning Board member Bob Theve is also a member of the budget committee, which has a meeting tonight at 6:30 (at the Town Office). Reached on the phone yesterday, Theve said he would attend the budget committee for about 25 minutes and then go to the public hearing.

Whatever the decision of the board tonight, state law allows for an appeal within 30 days (starting the day following the vote of the board) either from the applicant (if the special exception is denied) or from “any person directly affected” (if the special exception is granted). The statute does not define the narrowness of the term “directly affected.” Certainly abutting property owners would qualify.

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Max Ledoux

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