Voters have final say on zoning changes designed to preserve open space
The zoning amendments were discussed before the Planning Board Monday, where the board held a public hearing.
Carpenter said one goal is to address concerns that come with the construction of “cluster housing,” while maintaining green space along with the construction of future residences on smaller lots.
“We’re creating neighborhoods that have a different look and feel to them,” Carpenter said. “I think we need to set the standard of what our expectation is.”
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