Bishop residents express concerns about proposed building at 168 East Line Street
On Wednesday, attendance at Bishop’s Planning Commission meeting was abnormally high.
On the agenda were public hearings on conditional use permits for two properties: 462 Church Street and 168 East Line Street.
First, the Commission addressed the property at 462 Church Street. Chris and Sarah Taylor are the owners. A house on that property has been used as an accountant’s office; the Taylors want to convert it into a private residence and waive commercial parking and driveway requirements. The Commission approved the conversion and waived the requirements with a 5-0 vote.
It was 168 East Line Street’s turn. This is what the people came for.