O’Neill’s proposed zoning changes would impact his district least of all

Councilman Brian O’Neill has proposed a handful of amendments to the three-month-old zoning code—he is not unique in that regard.

But he is unique in that his proposals would affect every other Council District more than they would affect his own.

Two bills introduced by the 10th-District councilman would prohibit or require special exceptions for more than a dozen uses currently allowed by right in neighborhood commercial corridors zoned CMX-2 and CMX-2.5. The uses include things like community gardens, visitor accommodations, and prepared food shops.

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