TOWN: Zoning Board will continue to accept public comments on Cazenovia’s request next month.
The Town of Lockport Zoning Board of Appeals decided to continue its public hearing on a proposed zoning variance for the former Switzer Building at its March 24 meeting.
Town Supervisor Mark Crocker said Cazenovia Recovery Systems and LHC Holdings, the company that owns 360 Davison Road, presented their proposal for a zoning variance at the zoning board’s Tuesday meeting, and the ZBA members asked “a lot of good solid questions about their intentions.”
Crocker himself spoke at the public hearing to explain what uses for R-1 zoned property are acceptable. He said these include single-family housing, educational institutions, churches, libraries, museums, public recreation centers, parks and playgrounds.