DEEP RIVER— The zoning board of appeals meeting that had been set for Tuesday evening has been rescheduled to Feb. 4 due to the Tuesday snow storm. The board’s public hearing is scheduled to begin at 7:30 p.m. in town hall.
The board will hold a public hearing on an appeal from Raymond Galeotti of the conditions included in a zoning compliance certificate for a new 8,400 square-foot industrial building located at 16 Grove St. The planning and zoning commission in July 2012 approved a special permit for the building that was presented as part of an expansion of Galeotti’s existing business, Centerbrook Sales/Eve’s Addiction. The company that makes engraved jewelry for internet sales is located in an existing 6,600 square-foot building located on the 2.5-acre parcel at the end of Grove Street, a dead-end street extending south off Bridge Street.
Zoning enforcement Officer Cathy Jefferson included a condition that the building was for an expansion of the existing business as part of the zoning compliance certificate that was issued for the completed building late last fall. But Jefferson learned in late November that Galleotti had advertised the new space for lease, and has not been using it for an expansion of the existing business. In the appeal, Galeotti is asking the ZBA to change the conditions of the zoning compliance certificate.