By SAMANTHA MAXFIELD
LYMAN ó The Lyman Town Councilís March 6, meeting included a transfer of a liquor license, committee reports and resolutions.
The council approved the parking areas and the setback allocations in the business meeting under resolution 2014-09 for the new Kunzler and Haycock building during their regular meeting.
Kenny Walker, town engineer, presented the design for the building. It will be built where the old mercantile was on the corner of Walnut and Main Street. P&Z approved the design on March 5.
The building will include two areas for parking and will have roughly a foot set back from the sidewalk. Walker explained the setback would be much like the retail center on Main Street. Walker said the owners were looking into more financing for the building and needed an approval to move forward.
Ordinance 2014-01 an ordinance setting minimum distances of accessory buildings was approved on the first reading. The ordinance removes the limitation on the number of outbuildings an R1A and RA zones can have and included a three-foot set back.
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