Casbarra tells GlobeSt.com that he made a determination that atrack would not be allowed on the site as it is currently zoned.Giuliano is taking that decision to the town's zoning board ofappeals which will meet in about three weeks to decide the issue.If the zoning board overturns Casbarra's decision, Giuliano wouldstill have to get approval for the project from the towndepartments. And if the board upholds Casbarra's decision, Giulianostill has a chance by taking the rezoning to a vote at townmeeting.

The site, which is owned by Donald Rodman, is currently beingused as a temporary parking lot.

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