The ordinance put forth will be simple and tight and allow for any additions or subtractions to be made at future town meetings

As they develop a proposed permanent zoning ordinance (PZO) to present to Dalton voters at a special town meeting in June, town planners this week said the ordinance put forth will be simple and tight and allow for any additions or subtractions to be made at future town meetings. At Wednesday’s planning board meeting, board chairman Carl Lindquist said he’s been speaking with town legal counsel Laura Spector-Morgan about the draft so far and about a Nov. 23 letter from the Bernstein Shur law firm, which represents two opponents to the commercial landfill proposed near Forest Lake State Park and which recommends that specific zoning districts, such as that for commercial or industrial, be included in the PZO for certain parts of town.

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