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The Kenosha City Plan Commission expressed concerns about the design of a proposed Domino’s planned for 8115 Sheridan Road.

Another fast-food option could soon be available on Sheridan Road.

Domino’s Pizza, the largest pizza chain in the country, is looking to add its third Kenosha location at 8115 Sheridan Road.

The proposal includes razing the current building (formerly China Wok) and constructing a Domino’s carryout and delivery store on the property.

The building was previously a Taco Bell for decades before other restaurants occupied the space.

Domino’s would be located directly across the street from Culver’s, 8124 Sheridan Road, and just south of Taco Bell, 8040 Sheridan Road, and McDonald’s, 8056 Sheridan Road.

Domino’s currently operates locally at 2701 18th St. and 7519 60th Ave. The new location is expected to employ 25 workers.

During the City Plan Commission meeting Thursday, board members expressed concerns about the proposed square-like architecture, elevation and exterior articulation.

A representative from Domino’s must meet with the commission to move forward with a conditional use permit.

The property sold for $145,000 on May 30, 2018, to Racine-based JNB Investments LLC. The anticipated value of improvements is listed at $600,000.

Business park expanding

Kenosha Trade and Commerce Park, 7600 75th St., is seeking a conditional use permit for construction of a 20,000-square-foot, multi-tenant building.

The expansion would complete the third phase of an original 2002 project.

The City Plan Commission approved a conditional use permit for all three phases on March 7, 2002. The owner constructed phase one and one building of phase two before the permit expired.

Another permit was issued on Jan. 5, 2017, to complete the project. The second phase was constructed along with a portion of the third phase.

The property is located just west of Menard’s, 7330 74th Place.

Sears redevelopment continues

Plans continue to move forward in redeveloping the old Sears building at 7630 Pershing Blvd.

A conditional use permit amendment was requested for a facade remodel to accommodate a plasma center and other future development.

There were two phases to the project. Phase one turned a portion of Sears into a Planet Fitness.

Phase two could potentially be divided into three lots for Octopharma Plasma Center, a possible auto repair business in the old Sears auto center and a vacant lot for a business yet to be determined.

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