City’s site review panel approves plans for downtown restaurant
The Tonganoxie Site Review committee Thursday accepted one development plan and tabled two others, said Linda Zacher, city planner.
Approved Bad Jack's Southwest restaurant, 416 E. Fourth, owned by Jack Cronemeyer.
Waived the application fee for rebuilding of the 4-H Building at the Leavenworth County Fairgrounds. Zacher said the building, heavily damaged by the May 11, 2000, tornado, was being rebuilt in the same way as before, with the exception of a small amount of roof to cover an eating area.
Tabled an application for a storm shelter at Country Hills Estates, a manufactured home community owned by Steve Sturgeon. Zacher said the committee wanted the structure to be painted, and to be screened with shrubbery.
Tabled an application for a garden center, located in the Urban Hess Business Park. The new business is owned by Art Hancock and Twila Hickman. Zacher said the plans didn't allow for enough parking spaces and plans need to specify more about the exterior of the building and trash receptacles.
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