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Clearwater planning board to recommend zoning change

 

August 4, 2022

LuAnn Schindler | SAM

Building a case • Deb and Dwaine Trease, of Clearwater, describe a new storage unit facility they plan to build on west Nebraska Street, to Clearwater's zoning board during a Monday evening hearing. The property, owned by the Treases, is zoned residential and would need to be zoned as mixed-use. The zoning board voted to recommend the change to village trustees.

A proposed storage unit on the west edge of Clearwater is one step closer to reality after Clearwater's planning and zoning board voted to recommend changing current zoningdesignation for three lots owned by Deborah and Dwaine Trease, of Clearwater.

Zoning board members also approved a recommendation for a building permit for the Treases, which included four conditions.

Both recommendations will be the focus of a public hearing, Monday, when village trustees meet at 8 p.m. and have the final say.

The Treases purchased the property from Clearwater Public School in June 2021. The property or...



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