Our Children matter!! Block re-zoning on Church St and N 21 st For a Mega Circle K

Our Children matter!! Block re-zoning on Church St and N 21 st For a Mega Circle K

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Neighbors and parents of schools surrounding Church St and N 21st started this petition to Newark Planning Commission City Council of Newark Ohio and

    Parents and Neighbors of the Church St , N 21 St area

They are about to destroy this neighborhood and the schools that have been our pride for decades!! Imagine your child on the playground with a Circle K gas station just YARDS away from them. Imagine YOUR child walking to and from school with the extra traffic of cars pulling in and out at that already dangerous corner!

Please, Everyone in Newark Sign this!!. Building a Mega gas station, big enough for trucks, here on the corner of n 21st and Church st, changes the whole city. This is will not only block this intersection, but it is a danger to the children that attend Wilson middle school, Newark Catholic, and even McGuffy. It will bring traffic into the school zone and be a safety hazard to our children. City Council must hear us on this issue!! Circle K wants to acquire the property of Family Video Complex, and the house located on 209 N 21st, and build a Mega Circle K, with Gas station  bringing traffic and trucks off the highway into this small intersection that has always been for school children. We MUST stop this.

This part of Newark has a historical value!! Please don't let them destroy the historical "Merchant Row"  The first two blocks from Church on 21st was first 'Model Homes" Each represented a different company to help you build your dream home. From the GE house to the Sears Kits. Once the model homes had served their purpose a merchant or influencial person in the area bought one of the model homes. At least one is featured in the book "The House that Sears Built" These model homes were built in the late 20's to late 30's, and a big part of Newark's history

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