Sewer Moratorium Fouls Up Tusculum Restaurant Plans
Sun photo by Ken Little Lou Marrone, left, and his son, Anthony Marrone, stand near the building, at 104 Sam Doak St., that Lou Marrone purchased in August.
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Since: Jun 12
#1 Nov 5, 2012
Ask yourself: How bright can this guy be? He pays for a property in order to open a restaurant but doesn't check on regulations, limitations, and other ordinances! NOW, after finding out he screwed up he wants an exception to the long-standing regulation on sewer lines.
#2 Nov 6, 2012
Ok, here is my comedy response, "well ain't that just a load of crap!"
Seriously, I agree that a more prudent buyer should have ensured the proper permits, zoning, utilities, etc were available. We don't know what representations might have been made to the buyer as that place has been empty for many years and I'm sure plenty of people wanted it cleaned up and viable again. He may have bought into promises to fulfill his dream. Who knows...
No matter what, I think we all lose when you have someone fail after trying to have a business which increases the tax base and provides jobs. I have often thought that would be a wonderful spot to have an eatery of some sort. It has a great location with the school events going on, Astros & the trail. Hopefully, something will get worked out.
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