Paper: Vote on allowing apartment nearing Ziggy’s postponed

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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — The Winston-Salem City Council on Monday postponed a vote on whether to allow an apartment near Ziggy’s, according to the Winston-Salem Journal.

The rezoning request, from local artist Jonathan Waterbury, prompted a debate about whether to allow homes near entertainment venues.

Waterbury has lived in the building he asked to be rezoned for years; Ziggy’s opened last summer on Ninth Street, according to the paper.

Hank Perkins, the developer behind Ziggy’s, asked the council to avoid allowing homes near the venue. Perkins had said he was concerned people that would live near the club would complain about noise.

The council is scheduled to discuss the request at its next meeting on April 2.

Read more: The Winston-Salem Journal

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