Plan commission OKs land use variance; moves to BZA


A Seymour woman has received initial approval for a land use variance to run a dog grooming business out of her home.

During Thursday’s Seymour Plan Commission meeting at city hall, Dana Clubb said she will be doing this part time, and it will only be small dogs. She will not be boarding dogs.

Commission member Bret Cunningham asked if she would have signs for the business, and Clubb said just a small one that would not be permanent.

Bernie Hauersperger, a member of the commission and the city’s engineer, asked Clubb if any neighbors had issues with her business proposal at her home, and she said no. Neighbor Gary Colglazier said the yard is fenced-in, and he never hears noise from dogs.

Don Bruce then made a motion to approve the request, Cunningham seconded and it passed 8-0. Commission members Darren Richey, Rick Schleibaum and Dan Robison were absent.

The request moves on to the Seymour Board of Zoning Appeals to consider for final approval at its next meeting, set for 7 p.m. June 28 in the council chambers at city hall, 301-309 N. Chestnut St., Seymour.

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