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Robert “Bob” Price of Richardson Bros. Chevrolet outlines the dealership’s plans for a new facility off U.S. 181 by Walmart during the March 6 meeting of the Floresville Planning and Zoning Commission.
Wilson County News March 13, 2013 3,063 views 4 comments
FLORESVILLE -- The Floresville Planning and Zoning Commission continues to help craft the evolution of the city.
Representatives from Richardson Bros. Chevrolet presented their plans to the commission at its March 6 meeting for a new dealership facility, to be located north of Floresville by the Walmart Supercenter.
Robert “Bob” Price of Richardson Bros. said the new facility will be larger and more modern than the current location, which has been in place for decades.
“We are looking at an overall investment of about $3 million,” Price said. “It is time for us to grow.”
The current facility is in poor condition, he said.
“I’ve had people that I’ve interviewed in Pleasanton and when they come here, they don’t want to go to work; it’s that bad,” Price said. “It has to do with the condition of the facility. It’s in rough shape, but we’re looking to change that.”
Price said the dealership looks forward to growing with the city of Floresville and is excited to be a part of the new growth.
The new facility is expected to open by the end of the year.
Also during the meeting, the Planning and Zoning Commission approved the final plat for the McCoy’s development, pending approval by the city council. Approval will not be finalized until the proper infrastructure is in place.
With McCoy’s already breaking ground, new business has become the norm in Floresville. Hibbett Sports and two other new businesses are scheduled to open in the new retail addition on the Walmart property on U.S. 181.
In attendance: Commission members Philip Vipond, Teddie Harllee, Chris Talamantez, Jim Lawhon, and Ray Lamberth; and Cyndi Nichols with the city’s Permits Office.
Am I missing something? Where is this new business, how many jobs will they create and what kind of deal did they get to come here? How much revenue will the city recieve from these new bussinesses. These are the questions ... More ›
Am I missing something? Where is this new business, how many jobs will they create and what kind of deal did they get to come here? How much revenue will the city recieve from these new bussinesses. These are the questions that need to be asked
What is funny is I was down town yesterday walking and there was a couple from out of town that asked if I lived here. I stated yes and they said, I thought this was a historical place where can we shop or do things? I took them ... More ›
What is funny is I was down town yesterday walking and there was a couple from out of town that asked if I lived here. I stated yes and they said, I thought this was a historical place where can we shop or do things? I took them to the peanut, showed them the fenced courthouse, took them to the closed Whitehouse, showed them Arcadia and said...there is our history. If you want to buy anything go to Sister or HEB on 181! It's sad that our downtown has turned into a housing venue instead of a profitable selling point.
it's a shame that the land swap with the school district did not get looked at more... last I heard it had been approved last year.. school gets stuck with old dilapidated facilities and potential haz mat issues and richardsons ... More ›
it's a shame that the land swap with the school district did not get looked at more... last I heard it had been approved last year.. school gets stuck with old dilapidated facilities and potential haz mat issues and richardsons gets pristine property..... if this deal didn't go through then correct me but at the time it was described as a simple land swap... no cash....