Derry woman granted permission for home towing office
Code enforcement officer Robert Mackey said he became aware of the business when a resident of the apartment building complained about diesel fumes from one of the two flatbed trucks kept on the property.
Once the business came to Mackey’s attention, he said he told Ritchey she would have to go through the special exception process with the ZBA.
Ritchey said the town’s assessing website had the building listed as a commercial, not a residential, property and she did not realize she needed the exception. She said she moved the business to her apartment about two years ago.
“The sound has been very minimal, if there has been any at all,” said Piatt.
“I’m contracted with Insurance Auto Auctions out of Salem,” she said. “My truck leaves in the morning, is gone for the day, and then returns in the early evening.”
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