WATERTOWN — City planners gave their consent for a four-bay car wash and separate dog wash to be built at 816 Bradley St. at the corner of Burdick Street.
On Tuesday, the Planning Board recommended a special-use permit for the project because it’s in a neighborhood business district.
Anthony J. Doldo is proposing to build a 3,400-square-foot structure that would house equipment for two self-service, one touchless and one brush car wash. It also would include an adjacent structure containing a pair of dog wash stations. A house would be demolished to make room for the car wash.
Mr. Doldo, a county legislator, owns the property and a gas station, the Country Store, located to the north.
In other action, the Planning Board voted, 3-2, against a zoning change for a proposed acupuncture office at 127 Winslow St. It needed four votes.
Dr. Gerald Schneeberger asked the Planning Board for the zoning change from Residence C to Limited Business for the acupuncture office. The dentist said he hoped to sell the building to an unidentified acupuncturist. He is moving his own office from that address to Bellew Avenue South.