Two local businesses will seek variances necessary to expand from Smithtown's zoning board on Tuesday night.
Town of Smithtown's Board of Zoning Appeals will meet 7 p.m Tuesday at the Eugene Cannataro Senior Citizen Center on Middle Country Road. It will hold public hearings for the expansion of Taco Bell in Commack and Stonebridge Country Club in Smithtown.
Taco Bell in Commack will be seeking multiple variance in order to demolish their existing building and expand. Taco Bell wants to build a 2,639-square-foot restaurant that would seat 42 diners at their existing location. It seeks multiple variances that would allow the company to reduce its overall number of parking spots and increase the size and number of signs.
The owners of Stonebridge Country Club in Smithtown will also appear before the zoning board to request permission to build a 2,622-square-foot clubhouse expansion. Their plans include an expansion of the existing Stonebridge golf course and its parking lots.