Final plans for the Four Pringles Planned Unit Development were adopted by the Kiel City Council at its September 8 meeting.

In passing the final plan and the development agreement between Four Pringles and the City of Kiel, the Council cleared the way for the construction of a storage unit development on land that has been part of Kiel’s environmental TID at Seventh and Paine.

The Four Pringles PUD will include eight storage structures, four buildings measuring 80x40 feet, two buildings measuring 130x40 feet, one structure 100x20 and one 30x50. The buildings will be stud framed with metal siding and will house 10x20 storage units with garage door access.

The 2+ acre lot being offered for the development is city property that has been idle since 2005, when the city acquired the property to help remediate environmental issues. It was once the site of the Stoelting, Inc. manufacturing complex.

“The city has been working on this parcel to make it productive again. There have been many fits and starts along the way, many of which precede my time here,” Kiel City Administrator Jamie Aulik said.

(Please see the September 17 issue of the Tri-County News for more on this story.)

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