Sandy Township Votes to Have Meeting on Proposed Zoning Change

DUBOIS – Members of the public will soon have their chance to weigh in on whether Sandy Township should change a zoning ordinance dealing with sales of farm products.

The date, time and location will be announced at a later time, Sandy Township Supervisor Chairman Brady LaBorde said.

Proposed changes could make it legal for someone to sell items not grown on the property.

The supervisors voted on Monday to have the meeting.

“I would say that anyone who has comments should be at that meeting to make themselves known,” LaBorde said.

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