Norwood Planning Comm. approves St. Aloysius school
Minutes ago, by a vote of 2 to 1, the Norwood Planning Commission approved a motion for the use of St. Aloysius school at 2420 Drex Avenue with several conditions placed on the property. The conditions pertain, in part, to restrictions on office space, sizes of buses for transporting students, operating hours, and security on the premises. Joe Geers and Bridget McGraw voted for the motion, and Mayor Williams voted against it.
The matter will now be put before Norwood City Council for a final decision.
7:00 p.m. UPDATE: Click here to read Enquirer reporter Steve Kemme’s account of today’s Planning Commission meeting. He states the proposal now goes before City Council and that a hearing will be held on Feb. 11.
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