Huntersville Approves Changes to Residential Design Standards

The Huntersville Board of Commissioners last night voted 5-1 to approve a series of changes to the Town’s residential aesthetic requirements, bringing the zoning code toward full compliance with state law.

The Board approved a modified proposal agreed upon by REBIC and Town planners that eliminates a garage setback mandate and further reduces requirements for the construction of alleys in single-family neighborhoods. Dan Boone, the one dissenting commissioner, argued that the changes would negatively impact the town’s community aesthetics, and expressed disappointment with the law passed last year by the General Assembly.

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