Salem set to pursue zoning change for police station site
Right now, that project is in the earliest of speculative stages, but the Planning Board is going ahead with plans to tighten up zoning at the site of the current police station on Veterans Memorial Parkway in case the town decides to sell the property.
“In chatting with real estate folks and other private entities, it was recommended to me, and I think it makes sense, that if the town should seek at some point in the future to sell that property, the value of the property would be maximized if it was in a single zone.”
“Knowing that such rezoning has to go before the town’s people on a ballot ... we are trying to get ahead of the curve,” said Keller.
Selectmen said they had no issues with the zoning change either.
If the zoning change fails at the ballot, Keller said it would have no effect on the property as it currently email@example.com
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