South Windsor PZC rejects warehouse proposal

The Planning and Zoning Commission unanimously voted against an application for a 360,000 square-foot warehouse along Governor’s Highway and Talbot Lane at its meeting Tuesday night. One of the main zoning regulations cited in the decision was the town’s definition for the industrial zone, which allows uses that are “well-planned, functional, and aesthetically pleasing environments” that “by design, are compatible with abutting zones and uses.” PZC Chairman Bart Pacekonis said the application would raise a number of issues for abutting zones — namely the neighboring residences. Pacekonis said he felt the public trust would be damaged by the warehouse application, but that the interveners may not have presented enough hard evidence.

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