|12/6/2019 3:08:00 PM|
Kwik Trip North new building, expansion plans unveiled
Dodgeville's north end will have a new look in the summer of 2020 the Dodgeville city council learned Tuesday.
The council heard plans from Kwik Trip to enter into an extensive remodeling project at its north location. According to the company they are purchasing the former Heibel building from Lands' End by the end of the month. In summer 2020 they will demolish the Heibel building and begin construction of a new 10,000 square foot Kwik Trip that will be a Generation 3 store and include more food offerings. The gas pumps will also be moved to the new store.
The present Kwik Trip 6,000 square foot building will then be demolished and replaced with a fuel island for trucks and recreational vehicles. The entrance for trucks will be from the road behind Kwik Trip with exit from the front of the Heibel building.
There will also be some of the Powell property purchased for the venture.
The project will take up to four months to complete.
The council then passed Resolution 1000 which allows for changes from A1 Agriculture to B-H Highway Business so the project can proceed.
The council also passed Resolution 1001 which joins with the Township of Dodgeville and allows for an extra-territorial jurisdiction review of a preliminary certified survey map review for R&B Beckman Enterprises, LLC. This will create a parcel of land for construction of a house on the property.
The council also learned that sign-ups for the park shelters in the city of Dodgeville will not take place January 1 as in previous years but will begin March 1, 2020. The sign-up will be handled by RecDesk Online where requests can be made and fees collected.
City Clerk Lisa Riley said there will be notices placed in local newspapers along with notification on the city website and facebook pages.
Alderman Shaun Sersch suggested sending letters to people known to the clerk's office who are in line January 1 when doors open for business. Riley said all avenues of communication will be used.
Mayor Todd Novak told the council he, along with Alderman Dan Meuer and Public Works Director Greg Lee will interview five applicants for the vacant Wastewater Treatment Plan Foreman position next Tuesday.
In other business the council:
-learned the business office at city hall will be closed Christmas Eve day and Christmas day along with New Years Eve day and New Years day.
-received notice of election deadlines and declaration of non-candidacy.
-learned that Charles Schwab has acquired TD Ameritrade.
-learned that the house and trailer on the corner of Chapel and Union are now vacant and leases are being signed for relocation.
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