Planners recommend county rezone potential site for business relocation

by Audrey Thomasson

LANCASTER—A family-owned business that has outgrown its home-based operations on Irvington Road in Kilmarnock is requesting a change of zoning to relocate to a larger facility.

A request to rezone a 7.8-acre parcel off Mary Ball Road across from Kamps Mill Road from residential to light industrial received a recommendation for approval from the planning commission last week. The request was made by Otho Carlson and his son, Dandridge Carlson.

The Carlsons want to build a 150 x 60 foot building to house two existing businesses, DC’s Powder Coating and DC’s Lawn Care.

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