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Potential New Auto Center to Open in Minnesota

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August 15, 2019—A new auto service center could potentially be built in Jordan, Minn., reports Southwest News Media.

If the planning commission and city council approve a conditional use permit for Wherley with Wrenches LLC.

The proposed auto service center would occupy the former South Metro Marine boat and trailer sales property in downtown Jordan. The proposed owner, Chad Wherley, indicated that no site improvements are proposed in his conditional use permit application. Wherley said he would use the existing 1,840-square-foot building as a garage and office. 

A memo from city staff indicates that the application satisfies conditions for the proposed use and is not in conflict with the comprehensive plan. Because of this, city staff recommends the planning commission move the application forward to the city council for approval.

The planning commission met to discuss the issue Aug. 13. The next meeting of the Jordan City Council is Aug. 19.

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