Special Use Permits Approved for Eureka Businesses

Permit reviews for two businesses that had been tabled since December again were tabled.

Eureka board of aldermen approved special use permits for five existing businesses at the board's meeting Tuesday evening.

  1. Home Service Propane Gas, a 1,000-gallon above-ground petroleum storage tank located at 25 Truitt Drive.
  2. My Vet Animal Clinic, a veterinary office, clinic and pet grooming facility located at 300 West Fourth Street.
  3. Assured Automotive, an automotive repair facility located at 19 West Fifth Street.
  4. Lighthouse Acquisitions, an outdoor storage and display of merchandise, material, and equipment located at 1500 South
    Outer Road.
  5. Verizon Wireless & Prime Site International, for additional equipment installed at the existing cell tower site located at 803 Top Notch Lane.

Eureka City Administrator Craig Sabo requested to again table permit reviews of the following two businesses until the March 19 board meeting, both of which were continued from the Dec. 12, 2012 board meeting:

  • E-Z Clean Car Wash, a car wash/detail center to include the use of a drying canopy, free-standing dryer and two vacuum islands located at 79 Hilltop Village Center Drive.
  • Hyndrich Brothers Towing, towing services located at 18593 U.S. Highway 66.
Eileen Tyrrell February 22, 2013 at 04:06 PM
Julie: Did Mr. Sabo indicate why the permits were tabled and what are the permits for?
Julie Brown Patton February 22, 2013 at 06:05 PM
Special use permits enable businesses to continue operating the businesses for which they have had to get city approval at some time in the past. City Administrator Craig Sabo indicated E-Z Clean Car Wash managers are working toward repairing or replacing a retaining wall at the rear of their property (they’re working cooperatively with the owner of Hilltop Village Center as the retaining wall is situated on both of their properties). And for Hyndrich Brothers Towing, debris was observed on the property, as well as damaged doors that need to be repaired or replaced.


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