For months, one of Knox County's most visible commercial properties – the one-acre plot at 989 Coshocton Ave., in front of Harbor Freight and Fiesta Mexicana – has been under renovation. According to city records obtained by Knox Pages, this property will soon become home to the world's largest coffee chain.
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The Mount Vernon Board of Zoning Appeals approved a conditional use permit and three variance requests for the old Mount Vernon Middle School property at 301 N. Mulberry St. last Wednesday. With the BZA's approval, Joel Mazza plans to purchase the property and demolish the building by Dec. 31. He plans to build a housing development with up to 84 dwelling units – everything from town homes to apartments – in its place.
MOUNT VERNON — It did not take long on Tuesday for Mount Vernon's Board of Zoning Appeals to deny a request by Rural King for eight additional…