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Village Still Looking for Input on Dunkin Donuts Plan

Comments being accepted online regarding Route 59 project.

Village Still Looking for Input on Dunkin Donuts Plan
A proposal to build a retail center anchored by a Dunkin Donuts at the "triangle" at Route 59, Oak and Arnold streets is being retooled after  drawing criticism from residents, but the village is still asking for feedback.

Last month, applicant Lee Fry asked that the site plan and special use request be remanded back to the village's plan commission. It will go back before the committee on May 20.

In the meantime, residents can share their feelings on the project via the award-winning "Vision for Division" website.

The original proposal featured a for a 4,600-square-foot retail center with a drive-thru on a half-acre parcel at the corner, south of the Walgreens at Route 59 and Main Street. The center, known as "Triangle Shoppes," would consist of a Dunkin Donuts and two other retailers.

Visit the Vision for Division website to leave your input.

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