DALTON — As Tuesday’s vote in Dalton for temporary emergency zoning nears, each side - and there’s four of them - has a dog in the hunt.

Although the chairs of the Dalton planning and select boards say zoning would not impact existing uses on business and residential properties and a permanent ordinance that would have to be approved by voters can be custom-built to fit the town, residents opposed to zoning express concerns about what it could mean for their properties and any changes they want to make to them.

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