Developer in Ohio Eyes Empty Lot to Build Self-Storage Facility

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A developer unveiled his plans for a self-storage facility to the village council in Washingtonville, Ohio, last week.

Bryce Gillam told the council he’s in the preliminary stages of the development, and asked the council if there were any requirements he in which he should be made aware.

The proposed site is a half-acre of vacant land on Boston Street near Cherry Street. Gillam said his preliminary plans for the self-storage facility is to model them after units on State Route 7, south of State Route 14.

Mayor Will Jones said he was certain there are no wetland restrictions at the proposed site, but encouraged Gillam to conduct research through the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. The village currently doesn’t have zoning in place for the proposed site.

 

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