Lancaster planners endorse zoning change

Jackie Nunnery

by Jackie Nunnery

LANCASTER—Following a public hearing on Thursday, May 20, the Lancaster planning commission recommended the board of supervisors rezone 8545 Mary Ball Road from commercial (C1) to residential community (R4) designation.

The .582-acre property has been for sale for some time with the main drawback being its current commercial zoning, according to planning/land use director Brian Barnes.

There’s a lot of interest in folks having business being on the first floor and being able to live above. By strict interpretation of C1, you just can’t reside in a C1 structure.The R4 language does allow for mixed commercial….

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