On January 4th, the Planning Commission will review and set a public hearing for a Conditional Use permit at 520 Randolph Avenue.
The applicants, Kathy and Todd Glaser plan on renovating the property, but want to convert and move into the shed (once converted into an accessory dwelling unit) in the backyard while renovations take place. Once 520 is renovated, the Glaser’s plan is to make this their primary dwelling.
Where the application diverges, the Glaser’s already own 530 Randolph next door. That property has already been approved as a Bed&Breakfast and is supposedly going to have a cement pond (pool) in the backyard.
One of the conditions of B&Bs is that the owner must also reside there. Having second thoughts, the Glaser’s would like to nullify the B&B Conditional User Permit, and instead turn 530 into, you guessed it, another vacation rental.
The relinquishment of the Bed-n-Breakfast Conditional Use Permit “would be predicated upon favorable consideration by the Town of this request for a Conditional Use Permit for the Accessory Dwelling Unit at 520 Randolph Avenue”.
The Planning Commission hopes to set a Public Hearing date for all of this in February, 2022.