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Patience with van owner wearing thin

By MELINDA WILLIAMS

melinda@southwesttimes.com

It’s been over six months since Pulaski Town Council rejected a proposal to close a street so hundreds of vans housed on Route 11 could be stored inside Quonset-type huts.

VuhVanagon owner Kevin Lindamood’s plans for concealing the vans have undergone multiple reviews and rejections. Now, the patience of some council members is running thin.

Town Manager Shawn Utt says the plans are back in the hands of VuhVanagon engineers for about the fifth time. They have 30 days to make necessary alterations to bring the site in compliance with town codes and get them back to the town.

Utt provided town council with an update on VuhVanagon at council’s recent legislative meeting. Councilman Greg East questioned whether there is any end to the number of times the plans can be returned for alterations.

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