This week, Town Planner Mark Wujtewicz wrote a report of all the new businesses coming into town for the Economic Development Commission's April 18th meeting. All information used in this story is from that report.
A building permit has been filed to renovate the Hendel’s gas station and convenience store at 26 Norwich-New London Turnpike in Quaker Hill. The owner of the property, Seron Transportation Co., will renovate the existing building and upgrade the site for a new convenience store and new gas pumps.
Fallout From Blindermans
, which had operated in Waterford for more than a century, That leaves 74 Foster Road and 132 Cross Road vacant, which includes four buildings on three parcels. There is an application now to change the use of those properties from a warehousing, moving and storage facility to accomodate equipment rental, truck accessory sales and installation and landscape and building material sales and service.
997 Hartford Turnpike
Blinderman's rented a space to . With Blinderman's going out of business, Blackburn had to find a new spot, and has moved to 997 Hartford Turnpike.
Two Stores For One
and have both opened in Waterford Commons in the space previously occupied by Namco.
Large Pending Applications
: plans are being reviewed by the Conservation Commission and the Planning and Zoning Commission.
: The town has approved an application by Charter Oak to extend a sewer line to the property at 1055 Hartford Turnpike. The Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a public hearing on the application to build the credit union's corporate headquarters at the property soon.
Kobyluck Brothers LLC: Kobyluck’s proposal at 28 Industrial Drive is still being reviewed by the Conservation Commission and the Planning and Zoning Commission.