Work would clarify zoning for Salem health care facilities
For many years, health care facilities such as doctors, dentists, and other medical offices have been allowed in these districts without specific language identifying them, according to town planning director Ross Moldoff.
“My thought is that we should specifically identify these types of uses as permitted uses in the commercial-industrial districts,” said Moldoff.
Selectman James Keller said he had some concerns about there being adequate parking for health care facilities. Moldoff noted there are ordinances in place that provide parking provisions for medical offices and other health care facilities.
“An office is an office no matter what goes on inside,” said board member Paul Pelletier. “What matters to me is the parking and the traffic.”
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