|Hanover Eatery Plans Pitched to Hanover Tp. Supervisors|
In addition to the makeover, Tsirigotis will give his diner a new name - Hanoverville Eatery. Over the years, he's owned numerous local restaurants, from the Tic Toc to City View Diner.
In other business, Griffin Land Development pitched some minor changes to a proposal to build two "flex" buildings at a 49-acre site along the north side of Jaindl Boulevard. "Flex" buildings are buildings that can be used as warehouses, office buildings or even for light manufacturing. Griffin President and Chief Operating Officer Michael Gamzon has previously predicted that this project will create 200 jobs.
Engineer Kevin Horvath outlined the minor changes for Supervisors. The building will be 2' taller than originally planned. Access to the site will be reduced to accommodate concerns raised by residential neighbors at nearby Traditions of America. Parking lot striping will occur as tenants are added, instead of all at once. Landscaping will be deferred at some border areas that are already heavily wooded. "Otherwise, they'd literally be cutting down trees to plant trees," explained Township Engineer Jim Milot.
Griffin would also like a deferral of a sidewalk requirement along its business tract.
Supervisor Steve Salvesen told Horvath that there are a large number of walkers at nearby LVIP, which is a similar business district. But Supervisor Glenn Walbert noted that they still have the authority to require a land owner to install sidewalks.
Hanover Supervisors are next scheduled to meet on February 12, 7 PM, at 3630 Jacksonville Road.