TOWN OF WINDSOR
Per the most recent Governor’s order, the Commission is now able to conduct hybrid meetings, with the Commissioners, applicants, and the public able to participate either electronically or in-person according to their individual circumstances with respect to COVID-19.
Notice is hereby given that this Commission will hold public hearings during its hybrid meeting on Tuesday, June 13, 2023 at 7:00 PM, to hear and consider the following items:
Text Amendment – Great Pond Form-Based Code, Freestanding signs and clarifying amendments in various sections, Lewis/Winstanley Enterprises, LLC
Text Amendment – Section 3.1.2C(3), Landscaped islands within all parking lots and Section 3.4.2C, Loading space standards, TOW
Zone Change – 458 Windsor Avenue, From B2, A and R8 Zone to NZ Zone, 5.68 acres, TOW
Special Use – 205 Baker Hollow Road, Section 8.6Y, Warehousing, wholesaling and/or distribution , I Zone, 20.6 acres, Alford Assoc., Inc.
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