Shave the Planet Gets Exemption

Mobile Snow Cone Vendor Can Operate For 180 Days

Posted: February 26, 2013 at 5 a.m.

A snow cone stand can operate for 180 days this year on a parking lot near College Avenue and Rollings Hills Drive.

At A Glance

Planning Commission

Also on Monday, planning commissioners:

-Made an exception to the city’s access management ordinance, allowing a right-out exit at a planned Legacy National Bank building at 1325 E. Joyce Blvd.

-Granted a floodplain variance for Fiat of Fayetteville, 1253 W. Showroom Drive

-Permitted a paper recycling business in a portion of the former Hanna Candles warehouse at 1421 E. 15th St.

-Elected Craig Honchell as commission chairman; Kyle Cook as vice chairman; and Sarah Bunch as secretary. The changes will take effect at the commission’s first meeting in April

Source: Staff Report

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