Bristol Town Council to consider annexation, zoning issues

Growth of the industrial park has created a need for more water and the extension of Commerce Drive.

Posted on March 19, 2014 at 8:45 a.m.

BRISTOL -- The Bristol Town Council heard an update Tuesday, March 18, from Ken Jones with Jones, Petrie, and Rafinski on an engineering study to integrate the town’s current water system with the new well field that will be built in land donated to the town in the Bristol Park for Industry.

Rob Dunlop, president of J.A. Wagner Construction, told the council that it will be asked to approve a zoning change for 20 acres for a manufacturer of corrugated packaging materials in the Bristol Park for Industry at the council meeting on March 20.

At the meeting, the council will also vote on annexation of approximately 104 acres, which includes the property being considered for rezoning.

The council heard that water and sewer permits have been applied for to extend the industrial park and Commerce Drive.

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