Batavia debates Walgreens parking plan
BATAVIA – Aldermen on Tuesday debated whether to allow parking in front of a proposed Walgreens store in downtown Batavia.
Walgreens is proposing to build a new store that would be set back about 70 feet from Wilson Street. The city’s zoning code standard requires a front building setback to be 10 feet or less.
Austin Dempsey, vice president of Batavia Enterprises, asked aldermen to table the issue after they were divided about the plans. The plan calls for Walgreens to move from its 12,650-square-foot store at 138 W. Wilson St. in the Batavia Plaza into a 14,500-square-foot building with a drive-thru just east of East China Inn in the same shopping center.
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