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Also Tuesday night, Forsyth County's planning board adopted resolutions honoring former board members Brant Meadows, Jim Quinn and Barry Russell.

Forsyth County planning commissioners tweaked a proposed change to the unified development code during a meeting Tuesday night.

Matt Bucchin, the county's principal planner, explained that if approved by the county commission, the proposal would allow one commercial vehicle per acre, with a maximum of two, to be parked on agricultural property.

The change also allows for a licensed and tagged attached trailer and would require a designated parking surface for vehicles. The parking area may not be in the front of the property.

Planning Commissioner Matt Murphy moved to make exempt personal vehicles weighing less than 26,000 pounds.

The board then voted 5-0 to recommend approval of the measure.

The board also unanimously agreed to support Beata Kallos' request for a home occupation permit.

Kallos explained that she plans to operate a sewing and clothing alteration business from her home on Lions Gate Drive.

That request also moves on to the county commission.