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Two highly-charged issues were expected to be addressed by the Planning and Zoning Commission Monday evening.
In the end, only one was discussed.
The Commission decided to table discussion on Dalton Enterprise's proposal to install a new driveway that, if completed, will exit out onto Willow Street. The plan has already drawn considerable resistance from residents in that neighborhood who claim the new driveway will mean added tractor trailer traffic down Willow Street, resulting in a variety of annoyances and safety concerns.
The issues is scheduled to be discussed on July 8.
Members of the public did have a chance to make their voices heard in regards to a proposal submitted by Bozzuto's Inc. It calls for a 100-foot storage facility to be built on the company's property. The plan requires a zoning regulation change as, currently, the maximum height for such a facility is 65 feet.
More than a dozen residents attended the PZC meeting to express their concern over the plan, stating that a building of such size would not only affect the surrounding neighborhood but also set a precedent.
For more on this story, see this week's Cheshire Herald.