Training center for auto repair planned


The plan for an empty West Main Street parcel across from the fairgrounds is for it to be the site for a job training center involving auto repair, states paperwork at the Wilmington Building and Zoning Department. A new one-story, 6,000-square-feet building is anticipated, according to papers in the Building and Zoning Department. Six service bays are proposed. The parcel is located on the 1000 block of West Main, just east of an auto parts store. Use of the facility will be for educational/job skills training, and not as a repair garage for the public. The nearly two acres of land are owned by RSJ Real Estate of Clinton County, for which Roby L. Roberts is CEO. No further details on the operations of the planned enterprise were immediately available Tuesday.

The plan for an empty West Main Street parcel across from the fairgrounds is for it to be the site for a job training center involving auto repair, states paperwork at the Wilmington Building and Zoning Department. A new one-story, 6,000-square-feet building is anticipated, according to papers in the Building and Zoning Department. Six service bays are proposed. The parcel is located on the 1000 block of West Main, just east of an auto parts store. Use of the facility will be for educational/job skills training, and not as a repair garage for the public. The nearly two acres of land are owned by RSJ Real Estate of Clinton County, for which Roby L. Roberts is CEO. No further details on the operations of the planned enterprise were immediately available Tuesday.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

The plan for an empty West Main Street parcel across from the fairgrounds is for it to be the site for a job training center involving auto repair, states paperwork at the Wilmington Building and Zoning Department. A new one-story, 6,000-square-feet building is anticipated, according to papers in the Building and Zoning Department. Six service bays are proposed. The parcel is located on the 1000 block of West Main, just east of an auto parts store. Use of the facility will be for educational/job skills training, and not as a repair garage for the public. The nearly two acres of land are owned by RSJ Real Estate of Clinton County, for which Roby L. Roberts is CEO. No further details on the operations of the planned enterprise were immediately available Tuesday.

The plan for an empty West Main Street parcel across from the fairgrounds is for it to be the site for a job training center involving auto repair, states paperwork at the Wilmington Building and Zoning Department. A new one-story, 6,000-square-feet building is anticipated, according to papers in the Building and Zoning Department. Six service bays are proposed. The parcel is located on the 1000 block of West Main, just east of an auto parts store. Use of the facility will be for educational/job skills training, and not as a repair garage for the public. The nearly two acres of land are owned by RSJ Real Estate of Clinton County, for which Roby L. Roberts is CEO. No further details on the operations of the planned enterprise were immediately available Tuesday.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/03/web1_enterprise.jpgThe plan for an empty West Main Street parcel across from the fairgrounds is for it to be the site for a job training center involving auto repair, states paperwork at the Wilmington Building and Zoning Department. A new one-story, 6,000-square-feet building is anticipated, according to papers in the Building and Zoning Department. Six service bays are proposed. The parcel is located on the 1000 block of West Main, just east of an auto parts store. Use of the facility will be for educational/job skills training, and not as a repair garage for the public. The nearly two acres of land are owned by RSJ Real Estate of Clinton County, for which Roby L. Roberts is CEO. No further details on the operations of the planned enterprise were immediately available Tuesday. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal