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May 27, 2015

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"This is all about whether we recommend to the Selectboard that they place interim zoning for the village growth area (VGA) in order to give the Planning Commission a chance to step back, reconsider, and perhaps tweak … the bylaws that are in place today to perhaps provide some more specificity and/or take into account concerns that residents have had in the past two years if things have been coming to the table before the DRB. What I've heard in this meeting as far as from other Planning Commission members … is that there are a mix of feelings, there are certainly some concerns, about what we do. I think one of the biggest concerns that I've heard is—and it's been echoed before with all interim zoning approaches—is: Once we get in, how do we get out? What's our timeline if we really do enter into interim zoning and can convince the Selectboard to do so?"
—Planning Commission Chairperson Joseph Iadanza

Field Producer: Anders Albertsson

Produced by Vermont Community Access Media (VCAM).

Episode Number: 
135
Original Airdate: 
Thursday, May 28, 2015

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