SIDNEY — The Sidney Planning Commission Monday night endorsed a proposal that will allow a business to construct a storage building.
The commission recommended that City Council approve a replat of two lots to create one new lot at the Marathon gas station/convenience store at 402 W. Hoewisher Road, according to Community Service Director Barbara Dulworth.
Choice One Engineering, on behalf of Karoc Ltd., is requesting the replat. This property is located at the northwest corner of the intersection of Wapakoneta Avenue and Hoewisher Road.
The replat would result in one lot of 2.853 acres. The property is located in the B-2, community business district, and will have frontage on Hoewisher Road, Wapakoneta Avenue and Addy Avenue, with one interior lot line to the north.
The purpose of the replat is to allow for the construction of a storage building. Due to the fact that the proposed lot is adjacent to residential properties to the west, a buffer and transition plan, approved by the Planning Commission, will be required prior to approval of any additional development on the lot.
In other business, the commission recommended that City Council reappoint Patricia Miller as the commission representative on the Shelby County Regional Planning Commission for the Jan. 1, 2016, to Dec. 31, 2018, term. Miller has served as one of the three city representatives to the Regional Planning Commission since 2003.