Fenton Council Approves Rezoning, Other Agreements for Fenton Fire Hall
Union Joints asked for space for extensions to restaurant, and easements for landscape maintenance and refuse operations.
Fenton City Council has approved a rezoning for the old fire hall property, where the Fenton Fire Hall restaurant will be moving in. Council adopted the planning commission’s recommendation, to change the zoning for 301 S. Leroy St. from Parks/Cemeteries to Central Business District/Planned Unit Development.
The new zoning fits in with the rest of the downtown, said Assistant City Manager Michael Burns, also Downtown Development Authority (DDA) director.
City council also quit claim deeded two parcels of city property near the old fire hall building that Union Joints needs to construct extensions for its restaurant.
In addition, council approved 10-year easement agreements for a refuse station and maintenance of the landscaping east of the old fire hall building.