365 Great Road

A 350-square-foot home at 365 Great Road in Lincoln.

LINCOLN – Officials are debating the best use for a small building at 365 Great Rd.

A Jan. 19 Breeze article reported that Sharon, William and Amanda Almeida went before the Technical Review Committee after submitting a zoning application to convert 365 Great Road from an office space to an appointment-only dog grooming business.

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As a nearby property owner, I cannot understand the attitude of the town solicitor and others. The type of zoning meeting just held is what gives towns a bad name. It's been a commercial business for over two generations. Just approve the dog grooming business and move on. Wow.


Therapeutic Massage, Reflexology, Accupuncture studio


Neighbors probably don't want "doggie"issues. I don't see a problem with a grooming salon being there. It definitely has had many small businesses there. The country store was a booming business when it was there.


What is all this fuss about? That building has housed multiple businesses. There is a hair salon across the street.

Thomas Ficca

It was "OK" to use as commercial office space , but not as a small dog grooming business ! Something is terribly wrong here! Let them have the small business. Someone with more money must have plans for that property !

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