SVCAC reviews Domino’s Pizza proposal
At a virtual public meeting scheduled for May 27, 6:30 p.m., the Sonoma Valley Citizens Advisory Commission (SVCAC), will review plans for a Domino's Pizza in the Springs area.
The business would be located at 18068 Sonoma Hwy. in space previously used by the Church Mouse Thrift Shop and in the same building complex as the Boyes Hot Springs U.S. Post Office.
The use permit application states that there would be interior improvements only to the 2,169 square foot space, including a commercial kitchen and ADA restroom.
It is anticipated that 80 percent of business would be delivery. There would be indoor dining for 19 seats, as well as three benches for both in-house and take-out guests. No alcohol will be served.
Days and hours of operation would be Sunday through Thursday, 10 a.m. to midnight, and Friday and Saturday 10 a.m. to 1 a.m. The application states that they would hire approximately 25 employees.
The SVCAC is a panel that reviews development proposals and makes recommendations to county planners. In this case, the use permit will have to be approved by the county's Board of Zoning Adjustment.
The public can participate in the May 27 virtual meeting through Zoom.
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Questions? Contact Pat Gilardi, District Director to Supervisor Susan Gorin at firstname.lastname@example.org.