Another setback to zoning reg change

SALISBURY — The Salisbury Planning and Zoning Commission did not vote on new amended regulations designed to create more multi-family housing at their meeting Monday, July 22.

Chairman Michael Klemens said he asked the commission’s attorney, Chuck Andres, for an opinion on Friday, July 19, and got back an initial assessment that identified three problems.

The first two are relatively minor: Do the amended regulations “mesh” with existing regulations, and will the town get credit with the state for creating affordable housing?

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