Cortlandville Planners Approve New Tractor Supply, Review Other Projects in the Works
The Cortlandville Planning Board has granted final approvals for a new Tractor Supply Store in on Route 13 near the new Byrne Dairy yogurt plant.
The new 19 thousand square foot building will be located on a 78 acre parcel across the road from the new Byrne Dairy plant, Tractor Supply will lease five acres of that property for the new store. In addition to the building, the project will include a 15 thousand square foot fenced in outdoor storage area.
Tractor Supply relocating from their current store in the Cortlandville Crossing Shopping Plaza because the store no longer meets the companies needs.
TMK Development has purchased the property and is expected to develop other commercial buildings on the site, but at this point no other stores are proposed.
In other actions last night planners received their first look at local realtor and developer Steve Terwilligers plan to add a 3 bay car wash and nearly 13 hundred square foot building next to his gas station under construction at the Corner of Route 13 and Webb Road.
Terwilliger expects his new gas station and country store will be open by the end of August, that portion of the property actually falls into the Town of Virgil, the rest of the site is in Cortlandville. Terwilliger is now looking to add the car wash and commercial building to the site. Terwilliger declined comment on his project, the plan has been referred to county planners for review and recommendation.
Planners also granted a temporary permit for a new open air barbeque business on Homer Ave, local entrepreneurs Roger Simpson and Joe Maynard recently opened the Pig Vyicious barbeque stand in front of 4300 Homer Ave. The two specialize in pulled pork ribs and chicken.
Simpson says he has plan to add outdoor seating and other amenities at the site, planners raised questions about parking and pedestrian access and requested a more detailed plan, but allowed the business to continue operating in the interim.
Finally planners also approved a new private auto repair business to open up in the former K-Mart Automotive repair center in the Cortlandville crossing plaza.
Jax Service Center which will be owned and operated by Shawn Smith of Cortland will lease the former K-Mart automotive space from K-Mart parent Sears Holding. Smith who has 20 years of automotive repair experience working at Monroe Muffler plans to install new lifts and an office in the shop.
An outside environmental company will dispose all oil, fluids, filters and other hazardous materials associated with the repair shop.