Taneytown man wins building permit appeal Craig D...

June 15, 2000

Taneytown man wins building permit appeal

Craig D. Austin has won an appeal from the county Board of Zoning Appeals for a building permit for a 40-foot-by-60-foot pole barn in Taneytown.

He was originally turned down for the permit because the 2.63-acre property, which abuts Taneytown city limits, was zoned agriculture, but designated as an industrial zone. The maximum size for a detached building in an agricultural area is 1,500 square feet on a lot that is less than 5 acres.

However, the zoning appeals board found the property unique because it is bounded by future industrial and/or agricultural uses, rather than residences, and approved the request.

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