Kwik Trip gets permission to put up sign

The Village of Belgium Plan Commission last week voted to allow Kwik Trip to put up a temporary sign at 106 N. Royal Ave.

Kwik Trip had purchased the How-Dea Service Center on the site and plans to raze it before building one of its own stores.

The Luxembourg Cafe is on the property as well. Kwik Trip plans to allow the restaurant to operate as it has been.

The Village Board in January agreed to allow Kwik Trip to hold five job fairs at Village Hall in January and February.

Kwik Trip, according to its letter to the village, wants to open a store with 10 fuel dispensers, including four lanes for diesel fuel, a truck scale, car wash and about 41 truck parking stalls. The store would be open 24 hours a day and sell produce, bakery,  food, groceries and other convenience store merchandise.

The store might be a small version of a long sought-after grocery store in the village. Kwik Trip sells meat, milk, eggs, bread, bananas and cold and hot convenience foods.

Kwik Trip is based in La Crosse and has more than 800 stores and 35,000 employees.



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