A landscaper has won the town\u2019s approval to store some equipment at his Highview Drive property as part of a home occupation.The Planning and Zoning Commission voted on Feb. 26 to pass a resolution of approval allowing Patrick Biehl of Quality Landscape LLC to store two trailers and a sand and salt spreader at his property at 44 Highview Drive. The commission had voted Feb. 19 to have the resolution drawn up for further review and a final vote.Four neighbors spoke at the Feb. 19 public hearing, complaining about the equipment storage and also employees lingering on the property.At the Feb. 26 meeting language was added to limit additional storage at the site, which is in a residential zone.No debrisCommission Chairwoman Rebecca Mucchetti recalled photographs some of the people complaining had showed.\u201cA lot of landscape debris,\u201d Mucchetti said.\u201d That was one of the issues the neighbors were concerned about.\u201d\u201cThere shall be no storage of supplies, materials or landscape debris,\u201d Planning and Zoning Director Richard Baldelli said, consolidating language commissioners suggested to address the issue.The dissenter in the final vote was commission member Bob Cascella.\u201cIt comes down to fairness and how we govern,\u201d he said.He recalled a similar issue had come up with a home occupation that involved storage of a watercraft used to clean weeds from ponds and lakes.\u201cIf that last applicant had had a boat in his yard \u2014 a pleasure craft \u2014 no need for a special permit,\u201d Cascella said of Sacred Waters LLC on Clearview Drive, which received approval in October.\u201cThere, trailers and sand spreader are never allowed,\u201d he said. \u201c... commercial equipment.\u201d\u201cThis lot is almost two acres,\u201d said Mucchetti. \u201cThe last person was \u2014 what, a quarter of an acre?\u201dConditionsTo address some of the neighborhood\u2019s concerns, the commission imposed a variety of conditions:The approval authorizes storage of only the two \u201copen-style utility trailers\u201d and one \u201csalt\/sand spreader\u201d outside of the home on the property.The equipment shall be in the northeast corner of the property, and when the salt\/sand spreader is not \u201cin use\u201d in the back of a truck, it is to be stored on one of the trailers.All other equipment associated with the home business shall be stored inside the home or garage and not outside. There shall be \u201cno outdoor storage of materials or supplies related to the home business.\u201dThe storage of \u201cdebris, earth-materials, construction materials\u201d is prohibited.To ensure adequate screening, border shrubs, other vegetation and woods in the northeast corner of the property shall not be removed.For \u201cneighborhood compatibility\u201d and limit changes to traffic in the neighborhood, \u201cthere shall be no more than a total of six round-trips of trailer movements on and off the property per week.\u201dThe owner\/operator is the only employee of the home business, and will be the only person moving equipment on and off the property.The resolution of approval passed 6-to-1 with Cascella opposed and Joe Fossi absent.