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Way cleared for company to move into Heck’s building

Pulaski planners and councilmen cleared the way Tuesday night for a Dublin company to move into a portion of the former Heck’s department store building off East Main Street.
Technical Services Group, currently located on Wilderness Road in Dublin, was seeking a special exception to the town’s zoning ordinance to allow it to operate a light manufacturing business in the Pulaski Mall facility.
The business will be refurbishing, checking and warehousing machinery used to make brake pads, Assistant Town Manager David Quesenberry said. Primarily, the business will check the electrical and hydraulic systems in the machine.
The machinery has been stored in Tennessee for three to four years
Quesenberry said the company will have to meet fire code requirements, including an inspection to make sure the existing sprinkler system is adequate for the business, as well as requirements for containment of any hydraulic fluids removed from the machines.
Rodney Lambert with TSG said he hopes to eventually be able to increase the job market by offering additional jobs, but the company just started operation in 2008.
Pulaski Town Council accepted the Planning Commission’s recommendation to approve the special exception for the industry. Conditions of the approval include unloading and loading will be restricted to the rear of the building; no outside storage of materials or trash (expect in a dumpster); the special exception will be void if operations cease for 30 days; any disputes will be decided by town council, which has final ruling; the company can refurbish other industrial machines of a similar scope should additional jobs become available to TSG.
The vote was 4-0-2. Councilmen David Clark and Joel Burchett Jr. were absent Tuesday night due to work requirements and a family medical issue.

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Way cleared for company to move into Heck’s building

Pulaski planners and councilmen cleared the way Tuesday night for a Dublin company to move into a portion of the former Heck’s department store building off East Main Street.
Technical Services Group, currently located on Wilderness Road in Dublin, was seeking a special exception to the town’s zoning ordinance to allow it to operate a light manufacturing business in the Pulaski Mall facility.
The business will be refurbishing, checking and warehousing machinery used to make brake pads, Assistant Town Manager David Quesenberry said. Primarily, the business will check the electrical and hydraulic systems in the machine.
The machinery has been stored in Tennessee for three to four years
Quesenberry said the company will have to meet fire code requirements, including an inspection to make sure the existing sprinkler system is adequate for the business, as well as requirements for containment of any hydraulic fluids removed from the machines.
Rodney Lambert with TSG said he hopes to eventually be able to increase the job market by offering additional jobs, but the company just started operation in 2008.
Pulaski Town Council accepted the Planning Commission’s recommendation to approve the special exception for the industry. Conditions of the approval include unloading and loading will be restricted to the rear of the building; no outside storage of materials or trash (expect in a dumpster); the special exception will be void if operations cease for 30 days; any disputes will be decided by town council, which has final ruling; the company can refurbish other industrial machines of a similar scope should additional jobs become available to TSG.
The vote was 4-0-2. Councilmen David Clark and Joel Burchett Jr. were absent Tuesday night due to work requirements and a family medical issue.

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