“I would think so. If you have a certain-sized house, there should be enough room for everybody. But I guess if its accommodated to the number of people there then it’s OK. You wouldn’t want them overburdened by having too many people.”

Jennifer von Freymann, Howard

“Sure, depending on the size of the house.”

Dean McCament, Mount Vernon

“I don’t believe so because if people need help, then you should be outstretching your abilities to help that person. Whether it be an AA house or a halfway house or anything like that.”

Andrew Rauscher, Wahonding

“I think sometimes zoning rules are a hindrance. It’s something that needs a lot of care and consideration.” — Elizabeth Mugrage, Mount Vernon

“That’s really complicated. On the one hand, if you say yes there should be a limit, then there might be some people who really need to be there but can’t. But then if you say no there shouldn’t be a limit, then that would open it up to some sort of abuse of them packing as many in there as they could.”

Mark Grinstein-Camacho, Mount Vernon

“No. I think they should leave it the way it is — and then add more houses.”

Debra Thalheim, Mount Vernon

 

 

Rules: Please keep your comments smart and civil. Don’t attack other commenters personally and keep your language decent. If a comment violates our comments standards, click the “X” in the upper right corner of the comment box to report abuse. To post comments, you must be a Facebook member.