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Weighing neighborhood concerns about a trend in the construction of out-sized homes in the Washington section of the municipality against anxieties about the potential impact a zoning change might have, the local government approved a change regulating such buildings.
The Township Committee favored the zoning change in a 3-to-1 vote on Tuesday before a crowd of about 50 residents, who appeared divided in their opinions on the ordinance.
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