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Dublin residents weigh pros and cons of drive-throughs in town
So anticipating the subject would come up again, Planning Board members sought input from the public, and then based on that feedback proposed the zoning change so voters could decide.
Andy Freeman, owner of Dublin General Store, is part of a group of concerned citizens who oppose the zoning change.
The proposed drive-through was just one of many variances Cheshire Oil was seeking last year, Freeman said.
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