Plans to turn a former Pizza Hut site into a Northwest Savings Bank branch are scheduled to come before the North Tonawanda Planning Commission on Monday night.
The project, slated for 275 Meadow Drive, is the only project on the agenda for the commission, which meets at 6 p.m. in City Hall, 216 Payne Ave. The location would be the bank's first branch in Niagara County.
Commissioners are also scheduled to discuss the Villas at Deerwood condominium project proposed on Walck Road. Check out my most recent story on the subject here.
Neither developer David Stapleton nor a representative are scheduled to appear before the commission on Monday, according to the city clerk-treasurer's office.
-- Aaron Besecker
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