In 1813 a clockmaker named Seth Thomas came to Plymouth Hollow. By 1856 labels adorned his clocks with "Thomas Town". On July 6,1875 Thomas Town became Thomaston in memory of Seth Thomas and the separation from Plymouth was confirmed by the State Legislature.
The Thomaston Town Hall is located at 158 Main St., Thomaston, CT 06787
The Planning and Zoning Commission, Thomaston, CT will continue the public hearings on Wednesday, July 1, 2015 7:00 pm, Lena Morton Gallery, Thomaston Town Hall, 158 Main St., Thomaston, CT on the following:
1. Proposed text amendments to Thomaston Zoning Regulations to: (1) amend Article 4, Section 4.5, Schedule A, Parts C.7 and C.8 – Restaurants to separate drive-thru and non drive-thru, (2) to add new Part C.9 – Cafes and Taverns to allow the uses in GC zones; to add new Part C.10 - Breweries and Brewpubs to allow the uses in M1 and M2 zone, (3) amend Part E.7 – Temporary Liquor Permits, (4) amend Part F.1 – Alcoholic Beverages and (5) add new comprehensive Section 21.5 – Alcoholic Beverages
2. Proposed text amendments to: (1) amend Article 4, Section 4.5, Schedule A, Part C.22 – Adult Oriented Businesses, (2) add new Part C.23 – Massage Parlors and (3) comprehensive text amendments to Article 21.6 – Adult Oriented Establishments
Click here to view the draft liquor regulation
Click here to view the draft adult regulation
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