A negative recommendation is being given to the Danbury Zoning Board of Appeals on an application for an automobile dealership & repair service center in the Central Business District Zone. The Zoning Commission met this week and members say the proposal for Rose Street is a use that's incompatible with others in the zone and is inconsistent with the Plan of Conservation and Development. The applicant claimed that the property card maintained by the city’s Assessors Office has the wrong zone listed for the lot, but the official zoning map shows the current zone, which was updated in 2007. The former property owner sought a letter from the Zoning Enforcement Officer about the lot prior to the sale, and the compliance letter was issued before sale. The Zoning Board of Appeal is holding a public hearing on the application in August.