“There were questions on size, type of business, location, access points, there were numerous inconsistencies that the zoning commission deemed, in totality it added up to being inconsistent,” Aaron Wiegand, West Chester’s community development director, said previously.
“It wasn’t one magic bullet so what they’re doing is saying, ‘Alright, if we put together a preliminary plan that shows a car wash specifically on this site then you basically get to the point where it becomes an approved use.’”
The zoning commission denied the request for substantial changes to the original development plan, that would have allowed the car wash, in January. The trustees were supposed to address the denial Tuesday.
Steiner officials and Parry could not be reached for comment.