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Property owners given time to abate nuisance violation


The Petersburg Borough Assembly voted unanimously to give Aaron and Katrina Miller nine months to remove their stored fishing gear and other items from their residential lot at 107 Arness Heights Drive.

The decision came after the Borough Assembly voted last week to affirm an appealed Planning and Zoning nuisance order issued against the Millers for storing gear on their lot, which violates the borough’s zoning regulations.

According to borough zoning regulations, storing commercial gear on a residential lot is considered “accessory use”—meaning it must be used secondary to the pr...

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