CEDAR STITCH – Cedar Point commissioners approved a special use permit Thursday night for a boat service and retail business at 1127 Highway 24.

The 4-1 vote, with Commissioner John Nash as the sole opposition, took place at a town hall meeting on Sherwood Avenue.

The property is on the north side of the highway and the existing building once housed an auto repair business. The owner of the 0.4 acre property is Paul Musco and the permit applicant is Arthur Jeffries.

The new company will be called Hey Dude Marine.

Commissioner Frankie Winberry introduced the motion to issue the permit, which includes three conditions: no obstructions on the adjacent lot, ensuring signs are clearly posted for entry and exit on Highway 24, and no storage of boats at the front of the property.

In his application, Jeffries said he believed he met all of the requirements for the permit, in that the building had been used for the same purpose recently by other tenants. Regarding noise concerns, he said that the operation of his business will ensure that the noise remains the same or lower than that of the previous tenant’s business.

Contact Brad Rich at 252-864-1532; email [email protected]; or follow on Twitter @brichccnt.


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