Classic car restoration shop … and eatery?

Atomic Speed Shop in Oak Ridge is looking to add a restaurant to its existing business of working on classic cars.

Atomic Pace Store in Oak Ridge is looking to add a cafe to its existing organization of working on common automobiles.

A classic auto restoration organization on Union Valley Road may be serving foodstuff in the close to upcoming.

For Atomic Velocity Store to serve foods, Oak Ridge Town Council will have to have to approve rezoning for its spot on 114 Union Valley Street, in close proximity to the intersection with South Illinois Avenue.

The Oak Ridge Municipal Setting up Commission not too long ago accredited this rezoning. The agenda for that meeting describes the Atomic Velocity Shop will carry on its auto restoration do the job, even following the cafe opens. At this time the location is zoned for business.

Reid Elwood of Atomic Velocity Shop said in an interview that he won’t yet have any details on what the cafe plans to provide or even the standard type of eatery.

“Give us two or three months. We are going to have that worked out,” he said.

Elwood claimed the “sheer total” of traffic that passes via the place in between 4:30 and 5:30 p.m. every workday may provide in people today who’d be interested in halting to take in. He said the cafe area would, if accredited, be found toward the front of the company, when the motor vehicle restoration do the job would continue on in the back.

Atomic Speed Shop in Oak Ridge is looking to add a restaurant to its existing business of working on classic cars.

Atomic Velocity Store in Oak Ridge is looking to incorporate a cafe to its present organization of doing the job on vintage cars.

Summit Position Townhomes

At the similar Scheduling Fee meeting, the Municipal Preparing Commission also voted to approve a final plat for Summit Area Townhomes, a progress north of Summit Drive, subject matter to metropolis personnel comments. Jim Dodson, Arranging Fee and Metropolis Council member created the movement, and Kelly Callison, his fellow Council and Planning Fee member, seconded.

H.E. Rusty Bittle

H.E. Rusty Bittle

Developer H.E. “Rusty” Bittle said at an previously assembly and in an interview with The Oak Ridger that the models may well be rentals aimed at individuals working for the Office of Energy amenities for precise periods of time. He mentioned these people have substantial incomes and could shell out them in Oak Ridge throughout their time staying at these rental households. Infrastructure for the enhancement was below design as of the time of the assembly, Jan. 14.

Ben Pounds is a staff reporter for The Oak Ridger. Contact him at (865) 441-2317, e mail him at [email protected] and follow him on Twitter @Bpoundsjournal.

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