The Saratoga Sun -

By Joe Elder 

Resident believes strict enforcement of zoning ordinances could hurt local economy


Saratoga resident Royce Kelley read a letter to the Town Council at its meeting Tuesday in response to a motion approved by the Planning Commission at its Dec. 11 meeting to require a special use permit from individuals cutting and selling firewood in residential zones.

At the Planning Commission meeting, zoning officer Chuck Bartlett had asked the board’s opinion on cutting and selling firewood in town and resident Andy Van Tol complained about what he described as “basically an industrial type operation on residential property.”

The property Van Tol referenced is owned by Kelley.


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