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By April 19, 2022Site plan

Cobb commissioners on Tuesday approved an amendment to the site plan and details of the development of an oil change business in a vacant quadrant of the Roswell-Johnson Ferry Road intersection.

Valvoline Instant Oil Change’s proposal to construct a 2,088-square-foot building on the site of a former Chevron station was put on the agenda with consent from commissioners at a rezoning hearing.

You can read the revised application by clicking here and an updated development plan by clicking here.

The new company will have three bays and will have access to them on a right-in, right-out basis. The plans call for a landscaping plan and 15 parking spaces. The Chevron station, which closed in 2020, was demolished last year and the nearly three-acre lot has stood vacant ever since.

The land is in front of the Merchants Festival shopping centre, but not part of it.

The East Cobb Civic Association also submitted comments ahead of the vote that were not immediately available online.

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