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The Planning and Zoning Commission did not take any action Monday evening on a possible change to zoning regulations that would allow the planned tension membrane covering over the Cheshire Community Pool to be built.
It is believed the membrane covering, expected to be installed later this year in the fall, will reach a height of 47 feet, which would exceed the zoning regulations for the Bartlem Park area, which limits a building's height to 40 feet. Officials had realized a zoning text change would be necessary when designs for the structure showed it would exceed the 40 foot cap.
However, more information is still needed from the Public Building Commission, members of the PZC indicated, before a change could be agreed upon and a new cap for specific municipal buildings instituted.