Zoning Considers Lyme St. Nonprofits’ Retail, Apartment and Food Regulations

Attorney Terrance Lomme, who represented four nonprofits in Old Lyme, talked with the Zoning Commission about details of a proposed "cultural overlay district" at Town Hall on Monday night.


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OLD LYME — A proposed regulation that would allow — but also limit — retail, cafes, short-term apartments and other uses on four of the town’s nonprofits’ properties, was on the Zoning agenda Monday n...

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