WESTFIELD — A developer on North Road is a step closer to building a self-storage business near Arm Brook, after the Westfield Planning Board approved his site plan on Tuesday.
Geeleher Enterprises received a special permit for four climate-controlled buildings of 16,275 square feet, 13,650 square feet, 5,600 square feet and 5,400 square feet on a 19.5-acre parcel west of Southampton Road, after Planning Board members questioned how the business would keep hazardous materials from being stored there. The project still needs approval from the Conservation Commission.
At a meeting last month, the Conservation Commission said it was worried that renters could store fuel oil, pool chemicals or other materials that would harm the environment if they leaked out of the unit or caught fire. Planning Board members echoed those concerns at their June 21 meeting. They asked what assurance they had that the business would enforce those restrictions, or even know about what items are in each locked unit.
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