Tuesday, January 15, 2013
The Kirkwood Planning and Zoning Commission will vote on BARx Crossfit this week. The fitness facility hopes to open near Geyer and Manchester roads.
The Kirkwood Planning and Zoning Commission will vote Wednesday on whether to approve BARx Crossfit, a new fitness facility that focuses on high-intensity training. Petitioner Ed Lempitt is seeking a special use permit to open BARx Crossfit at 11216 Manchester Road in Kirkwood. Lempitt said his goal is to have small classes of up to 10 members at the time. He said the gym would most likely open early in the morning, from 5:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. and also have classes in the evening, with classes typically lasting approximately one hour. The Kirkwood Planning and Zoning Commission will vote on whether to approve the new business after a subcommittee presents findings from an on-site review. The commission meets at 7 p.m. Wednesday at …
Thursday, January 3, 2013
Andy’s Frozen Custard’s developer will need to seek a variance from the board of adjustment before proceeding to the Kirkwood City Council for final approval.
Andy’s Frozen Custard is one step closer to becoming a reality in Kirkwood after the city’s planning and zoning commission voted unanimously in favor of the development at their Jan. 2 meeting. The petitioner of the development, Greg Anderson of Ozark Custard LLC, plans demolish the former Long John Silver’s Restaurant building at 311 South Kirkwood Rd. to build the new Andy’s Frozen Custard. The building has been vacant since 2006. The new, 1600 square feet store will employ approximately 25 people, mostly part-time positions, according to a planning and zoning report. Some of the features of the store will include a drive-thru and outdoor seating. The planning and zoning commission made 19 recommendations for the project as a condition …
Tuesday, February 21, 2012
The Planning and Zoning Commission is reviewing Kirkwood's Zoning Code and is asking for input from residents.
The Planning and Zoning Commission is in the process of reviewing the city's Zoning Code which needs to be modernized and reformatted, according to the City of Kirkwood. Residents are encouraged to attend the March 7 Planning and Zoning Commission meeting where city staff will present what has been reviewed and possible changes the commission may consider. After the presentation, the public will have a chance to comment on the current Zoning Code Code and the Planning and Zoning process. The March 7 Planning and Zoning meeting starts at 7 p.m., in City Council Chambers. Related Content:
Wednesday, August 31, 2011
Some Kirkwood residents question plans to expand the Mobil gas station at the corner of Manchester and North Geyer Roads.
Residents from the neighborhood surrounding the Mobil gas station at the corner of Manchester and North Geyer Roads gathered near the station Tuesday night to learn more about a proposed expansion of the longtime Kirkwood business that has some of them worried. Kevin Kamp, senior project manager with Civil & Environmental Consultants, presented the plans to a subcommittee of the Kirkwood Planning and Zoning Commission as part of an on-site review. The plans call for the demolition of business space at 1136-1150 Manchester Road and an extension of the station to Simmons Avenue. Construction would add four gas pumps, bringing the total number of pumps to eight, as well as an On the Run convenience store to replace the current Mobil store. …
Friday, August 19, 2011
The restaurant will not expand its business at a former retail space in Downtown Kirkwood.
Bill Gianino has withdrawn his application for a special use exception permit for a restaurant at 121 N. Kirkwood Rd. The news came in the form of an email to Kirkwood City Clerk Betty Montano from Gianino's lawyer, Bud Pennington, last week. Kirkwood's Planning and Zoning Commission denied Gianino's request for a permit at its June 15 meeting, citing parking and trash issues. Gianino appealed to the Kirkwood City Council to reconsider the commission's decision during a public hearing at the council's July 21 meeting. After hearing the request, councilors asked Gianino to come back to council with more information on how he plans to address employee parking, food delivery time, valet parking and trash disposal. See previous story: Council …