SOUTH HUTCHINSON, Kan. — The Reno County Planning Commission will revisit a request from Mid States Materials to establish an aggregate storage yard just west of Nickerson.
The matter was tabled after the company revised its plans for the property. The commission also heard from Nickerson USD 309 Superintendent Curtin Nightingale who expressed concerns about the extra truck traffic around the high school.
Also Thursday, the commission will go over a conditional use permit to establish a firearms range and training facility located near the landfill. The shooting range will be located just south of the landfill along the closed area of Mohawk Road.
Thursday’s meeting of the Reno County Planning Commission begins at 4:30 p.m. at the public works facility at 600 Scott Blvd.