SOMERS — Plans for a Kwik Trip travel center on the northeast corner of Highway S and the east interstate frontage road — for which 105 semi-trailer parking spots are planned — are scheduled to go before the Somers Plan Commission Monday.
Public hearings on the required rezoning request and conditional-use permit application are set to take place during the meeting, set for 5:30 p.m. at the Village Hall, 7511 12th St. Additionally, the certified survey map and site plan review will go before plan commissioners.
A 13,250-square-foot truck stop with a convenience store, with expanded restrooms, shower and laundry facilities, and a detached single-bay car wash is proposed. Plans call for two fueling canopies, one with 24 fueling spots for vehicles, and one with 10 lanes for diesel truck fueling.
La Crosse-based Kwik Trip, Inc., is requesting the parcel be rezoned from A-1 Agricultural Preservation District and R-2 Suburban Single-family Residential District to B-3 Highway Business district, A-1 Agricultural Preservation District, and R-2 Suburban Single-family Residential District with a planned unit development (PUD) Overlay. The proposed development is compatible with the adopted land use plan, which designates it for Business/Industrial Park use.
As part of the PUD overlay request, the petitioner is requesting two deviations from existing code through a planned unit development: