QuickTrip looking to build at old Super Save location, files for variance
Quick Trip plans to build at the corner of FM 455 W. and I-35, on the property where Super Save and Burrus Supermarket were in business for nearly 40 years. The company has filed for a proposed highway sign. Last year, Super Save closed and the building was demolished because of the FM 455 and I-35 TxDOT highway expansions. Super Save lost several feet of Right of Way in the front parking lot and where the loading dock was, forcing them to go out of business.
The City of Sanger City Council will conduct a public hearing on Monday, April 4, 2022 at 7:00 P.M. for the purpose of considering A request for a variance from Chapter 3 Building Regulations - Article 3.1400 Sign Regulations Section 3.1407.b.2.A to allow a variance from the minimum setback of 15 feet and to allow for a setback of 1 foot. The proposed sign will be located at 701 N Stemmons.
• The hearing will be held in the Historic Church Building at 403 N 7th St, Sanger, Texas.
Properties within 200 feet of the subject propertywere notified of the request pursuant to the Texas Local Government Code. The QuikTrip Corporation, more commonly known as QuikTrip, is an American chain of convenience stores and fuel stops based in Tulsa, Oklahoma that primarily operates in the Midwestern, Southern, and Southeastern United States as well as in Arizona.
All four fuel stops at I-35 and FM 455 have closed - Snap Shop, Chevron, Shell and Chicken Express Conoco. Chevron (Convenience Store) and Chicken Express restaurants remain open.