Panel OKs auction house in Salem industrial district
The Planning Board recently approved a change of use for the building, which will allow the auction house to operate in the industrial district.
The auction business will procure estate items and items from other businesses and run public auctions five days per week, according to Meisner.
The business requires 129 parking spaces. Meisner said there are 240 spaces on the site, as well as some nearby overflow parking that was approved as part of a previous site plan.
Planning Board member Jane Lang noted that the plans indicate that there might be catering on site for the auctions and asked if that was an issue the board had to consider.
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