Dumpster Depot heading to court over proposed Derry site
Meanwhile, the Planning Board has sought legal advice from an attorney on the ZBA’s November decision, Acting Town Administrator Larry Budreau said Thursday.
Led by abutter Brenda Wilson, they spoke during a public forum at the Town Council’s Wednesday night meeting. They sought answers as to why the attorney is being hired for the Planning Board after the ZBA ruled on the matter in early November.In that meeting, the ZBA voted, 5-0, to grant the appeal of abutter John O’Connor, who is a state representative. ZBA Chairman Alan Virr said the board found the Planning Board erred when it determined that the business falls under industrial permitted uses as a contractor’s yard.The ZBA’s decision meant the Planning Board would have to have Paul bring the matter back to the ZBA and request a variance, Virr said. The only other option for Paul would be to take the matter to superior court, according to Virr.
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