Halifax officials are looking for residents to join a “soup to nuts” review of the town's zoning regulations — the first major review in at least two decades. The commitment will run for about six to seven months, said Town Administrator Charlie Seelig. “They have a fair amount of work to get done,” he said, such as identifying ambiguities and areas that can be improved. Tom Millias, the zoning enforcement officer and building commissioner, is planning to retire sometime within the next two years and would like the review completed and presented to the town before he does, Seelig said.
By Elaine Cushman Carroll| Globe Correspondent July 14, 2013
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