To the Editor:
As voters and taxpayers in this town, please note we are strongly against any residential rezoning as proposed by Dunn and King. If Hull says yes to “a few” requesting this for personal reasons, how does Hull then proceed with continued ongoing future requests to reduce lot sizes for personal reasons? This is a Pandora’s box.
We realize the “recommendation” on Articles 15 and 16 was “unfavorable,” which we assume means in opposition to. What does “unfavorable action” specifically mean moving forward?
Please advise us on how taxpaying residents can effectively oppose another five-story building going up on the historic boardwalk? Where does the Conservation Commission stand on 141 apartment units on the waterfront and rezoning? Where does our Community Preservation Committee stand on this? These are just “tip of the iceberg” concerns and questions.
Carol Britton Meyer covered the town meeting well in The Hull Times. We are requesting continued, thorough, and comprehensive coverage of these issues.
Thank you for your time, and we look forward to more communication.
The Benger Family