The town council approved a zoning change to a property on 406 W. Summit to become a food pantry. The ordinance allows the site to be used up to three times per week by Calvary Baptist Church. Most council members say it will be good for the community.
Neighbors say they didn't want to have it there. The zoning commission had previously voted against the change and some council members were still not on board with the change to the neighborhood.
“There is just simply not room for what I tend to think of as a commercial venture going on in that house,” said council member Sonja Reece.
Also Monday, the town approved a new appeals process for police-impounded cars. The city manager can now hire an outside person for the hearings.
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