The barn-style building at 641 Main St. South, Woodbury, may not be vacant any longer if all works out according to Ken Devino's plans.
According to Devino's application at the the ultimate goal is to prep the property for a future restaurant, although Devino told Patch it is still too early to comment specifically on that matter.
Devino brought forth an application to the Woodbury Zoning Commission at its Tuesday, Oct. 9, meeting at the Senior Community Center.
His application is for a special permit seeking an aquifer protection permit for a wastewater system greater than 600 gallons per acre, per day.
Patch readers weighed in on what kind of business they wanted to see at . A microbrewery, a book store and a restaurant were just a sampling of the businesses readers suggested.
Town Planner Brian Miller explained that in the aquifer protection overlay district, the subsurface waste discharge is limited to 600 gallons per acre, per day. A restaurant would far exceed that limit and that is why Devino is applying for a special permit, he said.
A public hearing on Devino's application will take place at the Tuesday, Nov. 13, Zoning Commission meeting at the Senior Community Center, beginning at 7:30 p.m.