Salem Zoning Board supports plan to turn home into condo units
ZBA members said they believed the proposal was a more workable one than one for five apartment units that was denied last November.
Campbell said the condominium proposal addresses some issues originally raised by abutters during the November hearing by reducing the number of units and changing the units from rentals to privately owned condominium units.
Speaking on behalf of several abutters, Selectman James Keller said he did not believe the variance request met the hardship conditions necessary to grant a variance.
ZBA Chairman Gary Azarian voted in favor of the variance, noting that one of the deciding factors was that he did not believe adding one unit would be a detriment to the neighborhood, especially since Belko was not proposing to change the footprint or add on to the existing building.
“I just don’t want to see any more development of the property,” he said.
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