BROOKVILLE — Council approved a resolution that enabled law director Rod Stephan to sign a TREX application submitted by Casey’s Marketing Company to the city that states the requested transfer of liquor permits as an economical development project.
Stephan said the company filed the application in an attempt to obtain C1 and C2 carryout liquor permits for a Casey’s General Store tentatively planned to be constructed at the corner of Arlington Road and West Campus Boulevard.
“A requirement for Casey’s to make the investment in this site for Casey’s to be able to obtain C1 and C2 carryout liquor permits from the Ohio Department of Liquor Control for the store,” Stephan said.
“The TREX transfer will permit Casey’s to transfer a C1 and C2 permit from another location in Ohio to the Brookville site,” Stephan continued.
“The city must certify the project is an economical development project for the TREX application to be approved,” Stephan explained.
Casey’s General Store is a chain of convenience stores located in the midwestern and southern United States.
The store offers “Unleaded 88,” a blend of 15 percent ethanol and 85 percent gasoline.
The store is also known for its pizza. The store offers both pizza delivery and carryout.
The company is headquartered in Ankeny, Iowa.
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