Tennessee dealership’s building plans approved despite protest
May 14, 2014
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Harley-Davidson of Cool Springs will be able to move forward with plans to build a two-story, 51,200-square-foot dealership in Brentwood, Tenn., despite objections by local residents.
The dealership’s site plan, which includes the new building, a motorcycle training area and an attached stage for live music, was originally approved by the Brentwood Planning Commission on March 4, The Tennessean reported. However, neighbors complained about the potential noise from concerts and motorcycle traffic, causing the Planning Commission to reconsider the approval. At a meeting last week, two members of the Planning Commission asked to rescind the approval, however, that motion was turned down by the full commission.
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