The city council approved changing the layout of a plat to be more conducive to expanding a commercial site.
The five lots, approximately 709 S. State St., were originally platted in the mid-1940s as part of the Thornley’s Subdivision.
The lots have undergone different arrangements since then that have been approved and reviewed by the county.
However, now those lines are not conducive to expanding the existing commercial site, according to city documentation.
The project previously received site plan approval for parking lot and landscape amenity area expansion at an August planning commission meeting.
Don Lilyquist, on behalf of Maverik, Inc., officially received council approval to merge and re-subdivide those five parcels, equally about 1.465 acres, into two parcels.