AA Storage gets OK for expansion; nail salon fails to gain approval for adding cosmetic tattooing services

Center's Planning and Zoning Commission met Dec. 27

The city of Center's Planning and Zoning Commission has given the go-ahead to a planned expansion of a self storage facility while it did not approve a request which would have allowed a spa and nail salon to add cosmetic tattooing to its services.

The tenants of property at 1009 Hurst Street, Classic Nails Salon and Spa, had a request for a specific use permit before the commission at its Dec. 27 meeting. City Manager Chad Nehring said the occupants wanted to add cosmetic tattoo services such as permanent eyebrows and other cosmetic tattoo services.

He said while the tenants sought the permit which would have allowed the services to be added, the building's owner did not wish for the permit to be granted. No one showed up at the meeting to speak either for or against the permit request.

Commission chairman Stephen Shires said the permit request was dismissed “without prejudice.” Nehring said that move would allow the tenants to come back at a later date if they so desired to reapply.

In other action at the late December meeting, the P&Z commission granted a request for AA Storage, 154 Riggs Street, for a specific use permit which would allow expansion.

Nehring said the owners of the property sought the request to allow the addition of climate controlled storage units to the site. No one spoke at the meeting for or against the request and it passed unanimously.

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