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Developer Appeal For An Additional On-Premise Sign Withdrawn

The developer of the Old Kentucky Road Commons has officially withdrawn the appeal over signage for a potential new Wendy’s location. The Cookeville Planning Commission denied the additional free-standing pole sign at the shopping development located on East 10th Street and Old Kentucky Road. Developer Wayne Cravens appealed to the Cookeville City Council, the protocol in such a circumstance. Cravens ... Read More »

Developer Asks For Delay In Wendy’s Signage Discussion At Old Kentucky

Cookeville City Council accepted a request Thursday night to postpone an appeals hearing on additional signage for the Old Kentucky Road shopping development. Developer Wayne Cravens had asked for the hearing after the Planning Commission denied an additional free standing pole sign for a proposed Wendy’s fast food location. “He is evaluating moving an approved monument sign for this development ... Read More »

Developer Appeals Cookeville Planning Decision Limiting Signage

The developer of a 10th Street shopping development has appealed a Cookeville Planning Commission decision to the City Council. The council will hear the appeal December 7. The commission upheld the original rules concerning signage at the Old Kentucky Commons Shopping Center where Wendy’s wants to build a new location. Community Development Director Jon Ward said city council approved strict ... Read More »

Fast Food Chain Interested In Old Kentucky Commons; Wants Changes

Wendy’s is interested in a new Cookeville location at the Old Kentucky Commons Shopping Center, off 10th Street. The Cookeville Planning Department has accepted a request to study changes to the original Planned Commercial Development overview for the shopping center, and specifically, for the Wendy’s site. That plan was developed by the city and was approved by the City Council ... Read More »

Cookeville Wendy’s Locations Lead Way In Tornado Relief

Cookeville’s two Wendy’s restaurants sold more than 3,500 Tennessee Strong decals for tornado relief. Over 100 Wendy’s franchises across Kentucky, Indiana, Tennessee and Alabama sold the decals at a dollar a piece. The money went towards the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee’s tornado relief fund.  Donor Services Vice President Amy Fair said the Cookeville locations ranked number one. “The two ... Read More »