TOWN OF WINDSOR
PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION
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 COVID19. Per town policy, masks are required for all attendees.
Notice is hereby given that this Commission will hold public hearings during its hybrid meeting on September 13, 2022 at 7:00 PM, to hear and consider the following items:
Special Use – 840 Prospect Hill Rd., Section 8.6E, Comm. Rec., 5,850 sq. ft., I Zone, Playstrong Studio LLC/Corry
Text Amendment – Sections 8.4D to 8.4E & 8.6X to 8.6Z, Recodification of Sections, TOW
Special Use – 15, 21, 27, 33 & 41 Stone Rd., Section 9.6.6, Warehouse/Distribution Facility, 21.51 acres, W Zone, VW Realty
Special Use – 415, 425 & 505 Day Hill Rd., Section 8.6X, Warehouse, 20.989 acres, I Zone, Alford Assoc., Inc.
Special Use – 415, 425 & 505 Day Hill Rd., Section 14.2.3.A(1)(b)(i), Warehouse, 20.989 acres, I Zone, Alford Assoc., Inc.
Design Development Detail Plan – 144 Broad St., 60 units, 2.655 acres, B2 Zone, Alford Assoc., Inc.
Special Use – 605-615 Day Hill Rd., Section 8.6, Outdoor Storage, 5.65 acres, I Zone, Metcalfe
Information on how to attend the meeting by phone or computer will be included on the meeting agenda posted at: https://townofwindsorct.com/sf/show/meeting/3558
Comments received ahead of the meeting will be read into the record. Please submit comments to the email address: email@example.com
Application materials are posted under the pending applications page: https://townofwindsorct.com/planning/pending-applications/
For information on how to participate in a webinar as an attendee, please see the link: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/115004954946-Joining-and-participating-in-a-webinar-attendee-
The Town Planning and Zoning Commission (TPZC) is an appointed commission charged with the long-range planning, conservation, and development of the Town. Through its Plan of Conservation and Development, (POCD) the TPZC sets future policy for the conservation and orderly development of the Town over the next decade and beyond. Through its Subdivision Regulations and Zoning Regulations, the TPZC implements the POCD by regulating the residential and commercial development of Town.
The TPZC is supported by the Planning Department and the Staff Development Team: a multi-disciplinary team of Town officials charged with comprehensively reviewing all development proposals and applications pending before the Commission.