09-20-22 Leavitts wide front

Leavitt's Country Bakery and its controversial mural are seen Tuesday. (RACHEL SHARPLES PHOTO)

CONWAY — The Conway Zoning Board of Adjustment has several public hearings on its agenda tonight — one for a variance for the mural at Leavitt’s Country Bakery and another hearing concerning Robert Barsamian’s proposal to build workforce rental housing behind T.J. Maxx.

The board is set to meet at the Conway Village Fire Station beginning at 7 p.m. The meeting was moved from town hall due to a broken elevator there, said planning assistant Holly Whitelaw.

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"“any device, fixture, placard, structure or attachment thereto that uses color, form, graphic, illumination, symbol, or writing to advertise, announce the purpose of, or identify the purpose of a person or entity, or to communicate information of any kind to the public, " who writes this crap? This from a state and town that allows hideous billboards....time to get a GD clue, waste everyones time thinking you are in control of something.

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