UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS, Ohio — The city council opted to postpone voting on a measure that would allow Water Gas and Wash to construct a new location at a busy intersection, according to Cleveland.com.
The action will allow council members to review a traffic study and try to meet on-site with the property owners, said the article.
The City Planning Commission gave a positive recommendation to Waterway to remove four vacant houses on the proposed property, noted the article.
Councilman Mark Wiseman said in the article that he hasn’t seen the proposal until the last couple of weeks. Officials are also reviewing a traffic study done specific to the proposed wash.
The council will vote only on the rezoning. The development itself will also need to gain approval, reported the article.
If approved, Waterway would employ three managers and 40-50 part-time employees, stated the article.
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