It’s been quite a few months for Board of Education member Chris Taylor balancing allegations of an illegal residence with the recent tragic news of his father James Taylor who was found dead inside a container in the rear of a Fairfield property while awaiting trial accused of shooting his former wife to death and attacking his stepson in February.
CT Post reporter Brian Lockhart provides an update about Chris Taylor’s residency issue while a state investigation determines his bonafide address when he was elected to the school board.
The School Board’s Chris Taylor can call his formerly illegal apartment home, though whether the East End space is his primary residence remains a question for state investigators to settle.
The Zoning Board of Appeals on Tuesday night granted Taylor’s request to allow a “caretaker”–him–to reside in the business offices of his recycling operation, A.C.G. Contracting, at 155 Davenport St.
The property is zoned industrial and Taylor, who has insisted the site–rather than his mother’s house in Fairfield–is his primary address, never received the proper permits to allow him to live in the building.
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