Public hearing on flea market to be conducted


The Brownstown Board of Zoning Appeals will conduct a public hearing at 6:30 p.m. today at town hall, 200 W. Walnut St.

The five-member board will meet to discuss Teena Schulz’s request for a variance of a home at 424 E. Commerce St. to operate a flea market type business. She is looking for a zoning variance from R10 residential to highway business.

The entire house would be renovated for people to rent flea market booths, trees along the road would be cut down and a parking lot would be added to the east side of the home.

Clerk-Treasurer David Willey said there used to be a craft store in the east side of the home, but that was before the town had zoning.

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