The controversial proposal will go to a public discussion again tonight as the Town Board weights its options for how to best handle the area.
Last discussed in January, the re-zoning idea originated this summer when the Harrison Building Department issued citations to several businesses in the area for operating in a residential zone. The businesses, many of which have been there for years, have appealed to the board to consider re-zoning the area to fit its current use.
Neighbors, however, are concerned that re-zoning the area will open the door for more businesses, further congesting an area already low on parking.
The public hearing will be held during the town board meeting.
Other Key Issues on Wednesday Night's Agenda
- The board will vote on the sale of a Menzi Muck Excavator to a town in New Jersey for $90,000.
- The board will consider issuing permits for vehicles to park on the Purdy Street parking lot on a first come first serve basis.
- The Board will officially accept more than $1,000 in donations to the Harrison Food Pantry.
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