Milton Planning Board to hold Third Zoning Public Forum on August 17

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Monday, August 17, 2015
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Milton High Schoolm Charles Winchester Auditorium

The Milton Planning Board is gathering community input on proposed zoning amendments to be presented to Town Meeting in October. The zoning topics addressed by these proposals include:

  • Signs
  • Condominium development
  • Amplified sound
  • Lighting
  • Accessory dwelling units
  • Bed & breakfasts
  • Inclusionary zoning
  • Institutional review
  • Nonconforming uses and dimensions

We invite you to join us for an interactive public forum on August 17 at 7 pm at Milton High School to discuss revised language for the zoning amendments being considered and the results of the Board’s online surveys, and to give us your input and ideas.

This is the third and final zoning forum of the summer. The Planning Board will hold a public hearing on September 10 on the final language, and those amendments will be presented to the Board of Selectmen and the Warrant Committee for inclusion on the warrant.

 

Due to allergic sensitivities, attendees are asked to please refrain from wearing any fragrances. Thank you!

Unable to attend?

Can’t make it? Missed the previous workshops? Visit the Planning Board website on townofmilton.org and click Summer 2015 Zoning Initiative to:

  • Watch recordings of the first two workshops
  • View slideshows from the first two workshops
  • Read the draft zoning language
  • Send your comments to the Planning Board
  • Take the 2015 Planning Board Survey

The survey and comments close on August 11. The event will also be recorded by Milton Access TV: miltonaccesstv.org

Questions?

Residents are encouraged to send any comments to Tim Czerwienski, Assistant Town Planner at [email protected].

August 2015 Summer Zoning Initiative

August 2015 Summer Zoning Initiative

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