The planning commission is trying to gauge the public’s wishes in a handful of contemplated zoning regulation proposals

KIRBY — The planning commission is trying to gauge the public’s wishes in a handful of contemplated zoning regulation proposals. Among them is adding short-term rentals to conditional uses within residential districts, and changes to accessory dwellings. At a public meeting held on June 2 for the list of zoning regulation changes being considered, about a dozen town residents turned out to speak to the proposals, and give feedback to the commission, chaired by Marty Etter. “We’re considering some new proposals,” Etter began. “We don’t make these changes ourselves, the town votes on it, and we wanted to get town feedback.”

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