A new barbershop on Main Street? Documents submitted to the town\u2019s Planning and Zoning Commission Monday, Sept. 18, reveal development plans for a barbershop at 446 Main Street \u2014 the former Anila\u2019s Variety Shoppe. Zoning commission members told The Press that the applicant, Roshel Pirov of Flushing, N.Y., submitted an application for signage, as well as a development application. The commission approved Pirov\u2019s application for signage at its meeting Tuesday night and noted he would have to fix a gap in the sign caused by the building\u2019s exterior moulding. The location was most recently The Variety Shoppe \u2014 a convenience store \u2014 opened in 2014 by Anila Sharma. During discussion, the commission noted that Pirov had looked into using some of the letters from Sharma\u2019s original sign. Pirov lists minimal renovations \u2014 he intends to add some additional outlets, change the lighting, install a sink for washing hair, and change the flooring material. He lists himself as the sole contractor for the renovations, which he estimates will cost around $10,000, the application said. A hand-drawn layout of the barbershop, submitted with the development plan, shows seven barber\u2019s chairs against one wall.