The new owner of 339 S. Sandusky St. may renovate the building into a new eatery for the city of Delaware.
The Planning Commission will consider requests Wednesday from Redhawk Property Investments Inc. to approve an exemption and permit to renovate and add outdoor dining, respectively, for Yumii Kettle Corn. The property was once used as Oakside Animal Clinic in prior years, according to city records.
The owner, who purchased the property late last year, plans to sell popcorn, ice cream and sandwiches.
In other business, the commission will:
• Consider a request to make Shorty’s Casual Cuisine’s temporary outdoor dining permit permanent. The restaurant at 554 W. Central Ave. also intends to make upgrades to its patio, which includes a wooden fence.
• Consider Tom Colatruglio’s request for a rezoning amendment, permit and preliminary development plan to expand his property at 45 River St. into the River Street Business Park. Colatruglio has a business located at a 2,340-square-foot building, which he plan’s to maintain. But approval of the requests would allow to build a 15,500-square-foot and 6,000-square-foot facilities for commercial, office and warehouse purposes.
• Consider approval of Maronda Homes’ final subdivision plat for Curtis Farms Phase 4 development, which consists of 33 single-family homes. The original development, approved in 2003, consisted of 120 single-family units over more than 31 acres. Phase 1 and 2 were completed in 2005 and 2009, while Phase 3 got the OK in 2015.
The commission will meet at City Hall, 1. Sandusky St., 7 p.m. in council chambers.
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