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Planners continue to look at regulations, family transfers

The Gloucester Planning Commission met virtually last Thursday night to continue its discussion on supplemental use regulations and the Family Transfer Ordinance Amendment.

Supplemental use regulations for consumer products and services as well as industrial/utility uses were discussed, specifically focusing on automotive uses.

Automotive uses discussed included automobile impound facility, automobile towing services, automobile vehicles service facility, small engine and equipment repair, and vehicle storage facility.

The planners recommended zoning changes for some of the automotive uses. For example, planners discussed if they wanted to allow automobile/vehicle service facilities in the Rural Business District, eventually recommending that a Conditional Use Permit be required for that purpose.

Family transfers

The planning commission also continued its discussion on regulations governing family transfers of property. Staff asked the planners for direction regarding a...

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