The project proposes to construct and operate a 9,100 sq. ft. commercial retail building (Dollar General) on a 1.69 acre site. The single-story building would have a maximum height of 33 feet. The building would be located in the southerly half of the project site, facing the intersection of Highway 49 and Northside Drive. The building has a gabled central entrance, and parapet walls extending along the building facade. The project would include parking for 31 vehicles, six bicycle spaces, a concrete delivery pad, a dumpster enclosure for solid waste, landscaping, an on-site septic system, and on-site stormwater treatment. A 50 square foot, 10 foot high monument sign would be located at the northwest corner of the project, near the corner of State Route 49 and Northside Drive. The proposed monument sign would be constructed of wood or steel of like size, and would be painted brown with illuminated yellow lettering. An externally illuminated wall sign of approximately 50 square feet is proposed along the building frontage facing State Route 49.
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