Sea Isle City approves additional commercial re-zoning

By CAITLIN DINEEN Press of A.C. Staff Writer | Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2010

SEA ISLE CITY

— City council voted Tuesday to approve an ordinance that adds more commercial zones on the barrier island after more than an hour and a half of public comment and council discussion ganttproject herunterladen.

About 50 people, including both homeowners and business owners, flooded the council’s meeting and a majority told councilors they agreed with changing some currently residential areas to commercial zones approved for growth and development herunterladen.

“This is not about the individual, but (it’s) about Sea Isle City,” resident Ray Poling said.

Poling, who is a real estate attorney, told council members during the regularly scheduled meeting there has been a recent surge in commercial businesses coming to Sea Isle and that surge was, partially, the result of adding more commercial zones to the island download etsy filter.

“It’s a logical progression for a commercial ordinance,” Poling said.

Council members Mary Tighe, Will Kehner and John Divney voted in favor of the ordinance Download app ipad. Michael McHale and Frank Edwardi, Jr. abstained from the conversation and voting process because they both have property that is affected by the zoning changes traktor herunterladen.

Sea Isle City Solicitor Paul Baldini said the city-wide review of existing zoning and regulations started in January and it is customary for city officials to update zoning ordinances every year and a half herunterladen.

“This is one part of a multi-phase review by the town,” Baldini said.

While most meeting attendees said they were in support of the changes, homeowners who live in neighborhoods that will be affected by the change were against it Download apps as apk.

Paul Spadafora, a Sea Isle City summer resident with property on 42nd Street, said his family’s condo is currently 46 feet away from a commercial business, but with the approved changes, that is likely to change Download recuva for free.

“I’m going to go from a view of the bay to a view of a wall,” Spadafora, who lives in Turnersville, Gloucester County, year-round, said amazon prime app download tv.

Despite some concerns, Baldini said the approved changes will make for a more “walkable district” down by Fish Alley. And that type of district, he said, was desired by councilors and incorporated in the city’s master plan herunterladen.

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