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Harford sober living community not a permitted use, special exception needed, says zoning hearing examiner

April 9, 2021

Harford County’s former planning and zoning director made a mistake when he determined that five houses serving as sober living facilities could be built in a residential neighborhood south of Bel Air without a special exception, a county zoning hearing examiner determined recently. Instead of classifying the New Points sober living community as single-family homes, former planning and zoning director Bradley Killian should’ve classified it as a “group home for sheltered care” or “personal care boarding home,” according to hearing examiner Robert F. Kahoe Jr.’s report.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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