WILTON — The Planning Board on Thursday approved an application for a Massachusetts upholstery business to set up shop in the Bass-Wilton building at 284 Main St.

LeBaron Bonney Co. owner Scott Holbrook said he plans to hire 11 to 15 people for his automotive upholstery plant and begin operations May 1. It will be “primarily a cut-and-sew operation,” he said.

LeBaron Bonney, headquartered in Amesbury, Massachusetts, produces auto interiors for antique car restorations and custom jobs, according to its website. Its antique line of interior products fits over 800 vehicles from 1916 to 1962, including Ford and General Motors vehicles.

The company’s products are shipped all over the world, Holbrook said.

In other matters, the board discussed where to allow marijuana operations in town. Code Enforcement Officer Charles Lavin separated marijuana-related operations into four categories: retail, cultivation, manufacturing and testing.

All four will have the same location restrictions and will be allowed only in commercial, farm and forest, and industrial zones.

Members agreed not to allow social clubs, essentially a public place to use or consume marijuana legally, at all. Also, no marijuana-related business can be within 1,000 feet of churches, schools and libraries.

They also agreed that no on-site consumption would be allowed, but for establishments that manufacture or produce, on-site testing is being considered.

Lavin plans to present the restrictions to selectmen at their meeting Feb. 20.