Support Plea for Market In Cfiatswortti Residents in the Chatsworth area apparently are concerned Â·with long treks to the and some of them are to do something about it. Sixteen persons appeared a Planning Commission hearing hearing Tuesday to support an application by Robert R. Lombard! Lombard! requesting the present A-2 agricultural zone -(two: acre lot area) be changed the C-2 commercial zone to the P automobile parking zone on an l9-acre irregularly irregularly shaped parcel of land. Parcel Described The^parcel is on the northeast corner of Nordhoff Sti and Topanga Canyon Bh ? d. having frontages of 1582 on Topanga Canyon Blvd. 282 feet on Nordhoff SL The C-2 zone is requested on an L-shaped portion a frontage of 280 feet on P?nga Canyon Blvd. beginning 200 feet south of the north line of the subject property a depth of 535 feet, and a 205 feet in width located 65 feet west of the east line the parcel extending southerly to a point 170 feet north Nordhoff St. The P zone Is requested the balance. Cites Advantages Norman N. Mamey of 'Wilsbire Blvd., Los Angeles, represented Lombard! and said: "This property is halfway between Chatsworth and Canoga Canoga Park and there is no commercial development in the area. Such development would be highly beneficial residents. They would have markets, variety stores and others. "Chatsworth Chamber of Commerce supports this application. application. The proposed . development will enhance property property values in all directions," Mamey asserted. Market Planned Lombard! spoke briefly, saying Fox Markets had contacted contacted hinvand was- prepared to put a supermarket in area. Alfred Skluth- of Gardena said he represented Fox Markets and that his. company plans to proceed with a foot store if the zoning is approved. Skluth told City Planner Don Wayman the total space to be taken by Fox Markets would be four and one-half five acres. Others supporting the measure measure pointed out the "great distance" to shopping centers. Registers Opposition Only opposition registered came from J. P. Butler of 10500 Santa Susana Blvd. Butler claimed the rezoning application was a "well planned planned program to start a where there is none." He said there is "substantial "substantial property available in the heart of Chatsworth for such a development." Butler charged the rezoning would "cut the town of Chatsworth to pieces " Presiding Presiding officer Waymari said the Planning Commission decision would be given July 31.