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August 19, 2013

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ENID, Okla. — Plans approved

The planning commission also approved a site development plan for Xpress Wellness Urgent Care. The health care facility will be built on the lot formerly occupied by MotoPhoto, located at 220 S. Van Buren.

Commissioners then approved a request from Magellan Pipeline to build a structure on its property at 4701 E. Willow. The location currently houses a tank farm.

“They’re building a small building in this area,” Bauer said, pointing to a layout of the plan on a projector. “It is a quality control testing building. There will be appropriate parking that’s accessible.”

Commission member Cody Haney noted that there already is dirt work occurring at that location.

“They got a permit from the engineering department, so, yes, they are,” Bauer replied.

A final plat was approved for Heathstone Farms Addition, located between Oakwood and Garland south of Van Buren. Bauer told the commission that the water utilities, roads and sidewalks already were built, and that all that remains for the housing project is an extension of sewer service.

The panel also granted a request from Rauh Oilfield Services to construct an 8,500-square-foot building for semi and trailer sales. The building will be located at 1622 Oklahoma 132.

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