Council okays North Woburn auto accessory shop | Woburn

WOBURN – The entrepreneurs of an East Woburn auto repair service store not too long ago obtained the city’s permission to grow into the automobile components and customization marketplace by opening up a new garage in North Woburn.

Through the most latest collecting of the City Council, area attorney Mark Salvati, representing Autoworx Inc., stated that his clients intend to offer personalized rims and tires and offer you products and services like window tinting from a former ability resource rental storefront at 921 Key Road.

The home in concern, an approximate a single-acre parcel by Merrimac and University Avenue that consists of an approximate 15,000 square foot professional constructing with a storefront and a number of garage bays, is now house to an car repair service shop. Such uses are permitted in just the fundamental district by specific allow.

“We’re going in underneath car repair. It’s really not [a traditional repair shop], but there’s no other designation we can use in this circumstance,” claimed Salvati of the proposal.

“They already do the job out of a facility on Salem Road, which they are keeping for their primary auto repair organization. This is heading to be a satellite use for large-stop vehicles exactly where they’ll include aftermarket goods, like sporting activities wheels, window tinting, a physique security film,” the Cedar Road lawyer added.

With the other tenant taking up about 2,800 square ft of space, the Autoworx transfer to the previous electricity software rental room will convey a maximum of 5 workers to the North Woburn web site.

In accordance to the petitioner, all of the automobiles will be custom-made indoors. Below the city’s zoning regulations, all around 20 parking spaces are needed to help the business, while the web page itself has at least 30 cost-free parking places.

“That’s a very good use for this making. Which is fundamentally what this developing was made for,” reported Ward 2 Alderman Richard Gately of the proposal.

The Town Council commonly had very little else to say about the particular allow request.

According to Town Council President Edward Tedesco, whose district contains the 921 Major St. website, so extensive as the petitioner was not portray autos or working with stripping chemical compounds to eliminate paint, he had not objections to the business expansion.

The aldermen, at Tedesco’s suggestion, did incorporate various ailments to their particular permit approval, together with:

• That the hrs of operation be limited to 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays and 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturdays.

• That the dumpster be contained in just the existing garage bay or be effectively screened off if moved outdoors

• And that no automobile spray booths or other painting equipment be authorized on the premises.