BREAKING: Jackson Zoning Board Approves Hampshire Hills Shul

The Jackson Zoning Board on Wednesday unanimously approved the variances necessary to construct the Hampshire Hills Shul on Piccadilly Drive.

The application calls for a two-story building with a basement with a total area of just over 25,500 square feet. The structure will include a simcha hall, as well as both a men’s and women’s mikvaos.

The Shul will now come back to the board with a full site plan. Judge Hurley, a critic of these type of applications made the motion to approve.

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