APPROVAL WITH CONDITIONS
The best interests of the community and the developer are served when the ZBA issues a decision
agreeable to both. A comprehensive permit resulting from reasonable compromise usually means
increased local control, decreased costs (fewer delays, legal costs, and consulting fees), and better
housing. The ZBA may impose conditions to eliminate or mitigate the adverse impact of a proposed
project, e.g., relocating an entrance onto a public road when the original entrance did not provide
adequate sight distance.