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Stephenville approves items under permits and municipal plan

Deputy Mayor Susan Fowlow took on the mayoral duties in the absence of Mayor Tom Rose at the regular general meeting of the Stephenville town council on Thursday.
Deputy Mayor Susan Fowlow, chair of the town’s planning and traffic committee, is seen reading out the permit applications at the regular general meeting of the Stephenville town council on Thursday. - Frank Gale

The Stephenville town council approved seven items under permits and municipal plan during its regular general meeting on Thursday.

Sparkes Bumper to Bumper Detailing – permit to utilize space from the property at 2 Balm Pl. and to accommodate a home-based car detailing business.

Warehouse One – The Jean Store – permit to operate a business and do renovations to space in the Stephenville Mall at 44 Queen St.

Newco Metal and Auto Recycling – a permit to demolish tanks located at 1151 and 1153 tank area near Connecticut Drive.

Montreal Neon Signs – a permit to install a business sign to the exterior of the Stephenville Mall at 44 Queen St.

Susan O’Quinn – a permit to operate a massage therapy clinic at 90 Main St.

Under the authority of Section 16 of the Urban and Rural Planning Act 2000 – town council of Stephenville approves a development regulation amendment to make a change that land abutting both sides of Route 460-11 (Cold Brook Road) is rezoned from rural to rural residential.

Resolution – approved to the Town of Stephenville Municipal Plan Amendment that Stephenville future land use Map 4 is amended to include land abutting both sides of Route 460-11 (Cold Brook Rd.) is rezoned from rural to rural residential.

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