Do You Want To Make Zoning Changes in Reading?

Town is updating the zoning bylaws and wants public input.

Reading Town Hall. Credit: Patch file photo.
Reading Town Hall. Credit: Patch file photo.

Do you ever think about zoning issues? The town of Reading is holding a special zoning workshop for people like you.

According to Community Development Administrator Jessie Wilson, the forum is for residents who have answered yes to the following questions:  

Want to help make the zoning/permitting process easier and better understood?

Do you have a particular zoning or land use issue you want to talk about?

Ever wonder who approved certain projects?

To be a part of the process, go to the public forum on the zoning bylaw update on March 3 at 7:30 p.m. at the Pleasant Street Center.

“It is through zoning that we shape our community so we want and need your input,” said Wilson.

For more information on the zoning bylaw update, click here.
Fred Van Magness Sr. February 27, 2014 at 09:07 PM
Yes, there are many changes that are needed. One, in particular, is to make some modifications to the Aquifer Protection Overlay District, which SEVERELY penalizes a number of residents on the north and west sections of the town near the former well field's. People are losing home sales and seeing increased costs for modest improvements to their houses. Folks need help here......


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