The Lucas County Plan Commission has voted to recommend a zoning change for an office building at 4930 Holland-Sylvania Rd, across the street from the Sylvania Township Administration Building.
The applicants for the action, Jeffrey and Robert Lydy, said the change from professional-business office, to general commercial, will allow for a greater range of businesses allowed in the 9,000 sq. ft. multi-tenant building.
The application noted that a nail salon and a massage therapist had inquired about renting space, but that neither business was allowed under the current zoning.
The county plan commission staff recommended approval noting that the change will not have a negative effect on surrounding properties.
The Sylvania Township Zoning Commission will next consider the requested zoning change and make a recommendation to the township trustees for a final decision.
Written by: Mike Jones, Public Information Officer
Posted: October 7, 2020
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