Lancaster tables decision on special exception for a nutrition/personal training business in residential area

Jackie Nunnery

by Jackie Nunnery

LANCASTER—Following a public hearing on Thursday, December 10, in which neighboring property owners objected to a business in a residential area, a special exception request by Jason Oliveira was unanimously tabled by the Lancaster board of supervisors until the January 28 meeting.

Meanwhile, supervisors intend to spend more time addressing concerns raised.

Oliveira is interested in purchasing two residential parcels, one roughly 1.5 acres, the other 25.5 acres, off Rocky Neck Road and Leland Road near the Sunset Shores subdivision. Just prior to the hearing, Oliveira addressed the board regarding the property and his plans. He said eventually the parcels would be subdivided so that family members could all live in one place. He plans to build a home along with an attached “garage-like structure” on the 25-acre parcel where he would run his nutrition and personal training business. Oliveira said most of…

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