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Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Conrad subdivision revealed "holes" in the zoning ordinance according to Atty. Hewitt

Ligonier's newly formed planning committee will recommend that council ask the planning firm that worked on its zoning ordinance to take a second look at the document.
At its first meeting on Monday night, the committee — comprising borough councilmen Pat Scanlon, James B. St. Clair and Matthew Smith —voted unanimously to suggest that council ask Environmental Planning and Design LLC to provide a gratis review of its ordinance, which was adopted in 2010.
The committee made the decision after attorney Daniel Hewitt explained how a zoning appeal regarding the subdivision of Ruth Conrad's East Main Street property, which he was involved with last year, revealed “holes” in the ordinance.

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