Changes to City’s zoning ordinance recommended
by Franklin Clark, Reporter -- fclark@cadizrecord.com
Mar 05, 2014 | 100 100 recommendations | email to a friend | print
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Cadiz-Trigg County Planning Commission members are recommending changes to the city’s zoning ordinance, but those changes will mostly reflect the status quo.

At a meeting last Tuesday evening, with a crowd that Cadiz-Trigg County Planning Commission Chairman Bob Brame said was their second largest ever, CTCPC members voted to preliminarily recommend changes that will affect historic homes on both sides of Main Street between Brown Street and the East End Cemetery.

Brame said the area is zoned for residential use, but conditional use variances are allowed for churches, schools, hospitals, public libraries and things like that. The conditional use variance currently in use also allows for fraternity and sorority houses and animal or poultry farms, but bed and breakfasts – such as the Futrell House Bed and Breakfast – are not on that list.

“We have two bed and breakfasts that have been operating within that district for many years, with city licenses, because the City thought they were valid in that area,” said Brame.

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