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March 14, 2012

Plaistow Town Results

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Add a new definition for Bed and Breakfast facilities as follows:

BED AND BREAKFAST FACILITY: See ROOMING AND BOARDING HOUSE.

(Intent: To provide a definition for Bed and Breakfast Facility as there presently is none and to classify them as commercial.)

Yes: 696

No: 356

ZONING AMENDMENT

Article P-12-21: Are you in favor of the adoption of an amendment as proposed by the Planning Board to the Plaistow Zoning Ordinance, by modifying Article II, Definitions, § 220-2, Definitions, as follows:

Modifying the definition for Rooming and Boarding House as follows:

ROOMING AND BOARDING HOUSE — A building other than a hotel or motel where lodging is provided for compensation without individual cooking facilities. These will be considered commercial uses.

(Intent: To classify Rooming and Boarding Houses as commercial.)

Yes: 668

No: 373

ZONING AMENDMENT

Article P-12-22: Are you in favor of the adoption of an amendment as proposed by the Planning Board to the Plaistow Zoning Ordinance, by modifying Article V, Establishment of Districts and District Regulations, § 220-32, District Objectives and land use controls, Table 220-32C, "CII" - Commercial II as follows:

Add a new permitted use in paragraph B, Permitted Uses, as follows:

8.1 Rooming and Boarding House

(Intent: To allow for Rooming and Boarding Houses in the CII District.)

ZONING AMENDMENT

Article P-12-23: Are you in favor of the adoption of an amendment as proposed by the Planning Board to the Plaistow Zoning Ordinance, by modifying Article V, Establishment of Districts and District Regulations, § 220-32, District Objectives and land use controls, Table 220-32D, "VC" - Village Center as follows:

Add a new permitted use in paragraph B, Permitted Uses, as follows:

9. Rooming and Boarding House

(Intent: To allow for Rooming and Boarding Houses in the Village Center District.)

Yes: 466

No: 560

ZONING AMENDMENT

Article P-12-24: Are you in favor of the adoption of an amendment as proposed by the Planning Board to the Plaistow Zoning Ordinance, by modifying Article V, Establishment of Districts and District Regulations, § 220-32, District Objectives and land use controls, Table 220-32G, "ICR" - Integrated Commercial Residential as follows:

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