NORWAY — The Planning Board voted Thursday evening to allow the owner of a Main Street business to sell storage space at a building at 59 Lake Road.

Eric White, who owns and operates Vintiques of Maine on Main Street, told the Planning Board that he was looking to sell storage space at the building, which is owned by Jonathan Longley and used to be a factory where canned corn was processed. The building is off Pennesseewassee Lake.

Chairman Dennis Gray said White informed the board that he “sometime in the future,” he may install floating docks on the lake and “turn the building into some sort of a marina.”

“But that’s in the future,” Gray added.

White opened Vintiques three years ago near Goin’ Postal, a local shipping center on Main Street, and in September 2017, he outgrew the space and moved to its current location at 312 Main St.

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