China Planning Board members are scheduled to review one application at their March 27 meeting.
Wesley and Susan Horton have applied to use a building at 24 Pond Hill Road, at the north end of Three Mile Pond, as a leadership development camp for teenagers. The building was formerly a company retreat, according to the planning board agenda; the property is partly in shoreland and resource protection districts.
After discussion of the Hortons’ application board members intend to return to consideration of potential amendments to local ordinances.
The Planning Board meets at 6:30 p.m. March 27, in the town office meeting room.
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