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City zoning board approves reduced parking, fewer trees for tennis courts

July 3, 2014

PLYMOUTH — the board of Zoning Appeals approved three variance related to the planned construction of new tennis courts in Centennial Park.

The variances reduces the size of parking spots allocated at the site, eliminates the parking lot islands and gets rid of the requirement to plant trees in the parking area.

The board also approved two other applications from a property owner and business in their Tuesday night meeting.

For more on this story, read the article in today's Pilot News.

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