He said a March 9 letter to Town Supervisor John Whitney detailed some of the issues Acquest wanted the board to recognize. Both previous projects divided the land into different industrial lots under the premise that was the most efficient way to develop the land. Fast forward to , and the national development trend is for the large warehouses, rather than separate lots. It meets the intent and the objectives of the town ordinance, it meets the intent and objectives of the comprehensive plan, and we are asking the board to move it forward for site plan. He invited the board to comment and to ask questions of him, as well as a traffic consultant and the engineer for the project.
When college friends Zac Park and Bill Chlebowski developed a business plan together, frozen yogurt was always at the center as the ultimate treat to give Philly locals. Their small shop opened on 23rd and South Street in early , with a promise to sell the highest quality of homemade frozen yogurt. The flagship shop did very well in its first year, but the two owners believed that something was missing. It was at that time that the pair added a new team member to the business, Regional Manager Caroline Smith, who helped create the family-friendly experience to increase revenue. Smith included in the plan expansions to the menu for water ice, frozen custard, hot fudge, and endless toppings, along with keeping their healthy frozen yogurt for health-focused customers.
Selection of sweet and savoury varieties even include a chocolate Easter egg version and a Yorkshire Pudding custard. Get the latest Yorkshire what's on news and updates delivered straight to your inbox - sign up for free email updates. The traditional favourite has long been the staple of any roast dinner, but the new recipes tear up the rule book.
The 21st Street financial district grew a total of 24 new businesses in the fiscal year, according to Sharon M. McDonald, Norfolk's commissioner of revenue. The Ghent area saw "an incredibile amount of growth," considering the state of the economy then, McDonald said. During the fiscal year, tax revenues in Ghent increased mainly due to a rise in food and beverage tax and real estate property tax revenues. She said the city will see a drop in real estate tax revenue due to lower home prices and slow home sales during the current fiscal year.