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Industrial buildings proposed for Ripon
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Monday may be a holiday for some but not so for the Ripon Planning Commission.

Commissioners will spend part of Columbus Day in the Council Chamber, 259 N. Wilma St., with several items on the agenda.

Included will be Major Site Review on LJV Enterprises’ request to construct an industrial office building in two phases in a 1.24 acres area at 941 S. Acacia Ave. 

During the 6 p.m. session, Director of Planning Ken Zuidervaart will open the discussion on Phase 1 of the submitted plans calling for development of a 7,500 square foot industrial office building on the eastern portion of the site in the Light Industrial District of town.

Phase 2 would be on the western portion of the site, with plans consisting of a 4,200 square foot industrial office building.

Commissioners will also look at a request by Western Ag Logistics to build a 2,500 square foot light industrial building on the back side of 777 Locust Ave. near Acacia Avenue. The applicant, in addition, would request to construct a 2,500 square foot office building with associated off-street parking on the new parcel.

The Planning Commission is scheduled to conduct its annual review of development agreements for Calvary Reformed Church, Gil Plaza, Cornerstone II, Orchard View, Alexandra Place, Silverstone, Ripon Gardens II, The Vineyard, Meadowbrook, and Meadowood.

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