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Cedar Creek Homes to open in Kirksville


Crump said six acres of a rocked parking area will be used to place the model homes to allow for access and viewing. The Crumps also have a manufactured and modular home business in Columbia, Missouri. However, they are excited to open in Kirksville and ...


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by Ashley HoakAnother new business will soon be calling Kirksville home(KTVO File)AAKIRKSVILLE, Mo— Another new business will likely be calling Kirksville home, but not as soon as it had planned.City council members unanimously approved development plans for Cedar Creek Homes during a regular council meeting Monday night.Cedar Creek Homes will be located in north Kirksville at the intersection of Highway 63 and Benton Way.The plot of land can be found just north of Lawson Hill Antique Mall.Bryan Crump, the owner of the company and purchaser of the 14-acres of property, said Cedar Creek Homes is a modular and manufactured home dealer.The site plans approved by council call for the construction of a 2,000 square foot modular office building, a hard-surface driveway, 10 hard-surface parking spaces and a new entrance from Highway 63.That entrance must now receive approval from the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT).However, MoDOT estimates it will take four to six months to approve a 'limited access request' in order to create the entrance off of Highway 63.Crump said six acres of a rocked parking area will be used to place the model homes to allow for access and viewing.The Crumps also have a manufactured and modular home business in Columbia, Missouri.However, they are excited to open in Kirksville and have plans to themselves move to town in the coming months.Between six and 10 full-time employees are expected to be hired to work at the business.Crump hopes the sale of the property will be finalized on July 15, 2017.Due to the setback with MoDOT, Kirksville Codes and Planning Director Brad Selby said the business is now slated to open sometime in March 2018.closesinclairDigital.dependencies.require([],[ { key:'infinite-block-story-content-v1-1', url: '//static-17.sinclairstoryline.com/resources/assets/2017-06-29T18-22Z/ktvo/compiled_js/component-story-block_story_content-v1.min.js' } ] ) sinclairDigital.dependencies.define([],function(){ (function() { var s = document.createElement("script"), el = document.getElementsByTagName("script")[0]; s.async = true; s.src ="https://widgets.outbrain.com/outbrain.js"; el.parentNode.insertBefore(s, el); } )(); },true);if(typeof googletag != "undefined") {

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