Amherst Street property owner seeks rezoning
Mark and Wilfrid Piekarski own two parcels totaling about six acres in the park industrial zone just northeast of Amherst Street.
"It gives it unity when you go out and try to sell a tract of land," Prunier said of the proposal, noting that the nearby Ford Motor Company site was previously rezoned to general business as well.
A public hearing on the recommended zoning change was held Tuesday, although Prunier was the only individual to address the committee.
Tabacsko mentioned the lack of public participation for the hearing, noting Tuesday night's storm could have impacted the meeting's attendance.
The committee unanimously supported the rezoning initiative.
Still, Tabackso said that any members of the public who may have questions about the rezoning will still have an opportunity to voice their concerns on Monday when the full Board of Aldermen will review and vote on the proposed ordinance. The meeting begins at 7:30 p.m. at Nashua City Hall.
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