Bristow painting and sandblasting company approved to allow services on site

Only one motion was heard at the Creek County Board of Adjustment meeting on Tuesday, March 23rd.

CRM Construction of Bristow requested to expand its industrial zone by approximately one acre to accommodate an on-site coating and painting facility on its property on South 337th West Avenue.

County planner Wendy Murray said the 6.11 acres tied to that piece of land in the south were converted from agricultural to industrial at the meeting last month. She said the company is “highly specialized in sandblasting and painting” and that it has and will continue to adhere to all of the codes set by the county. They request this zone so that they can do certain projects on-site and not in the mobile unit they normally use. She went on to explain that the staff recommended that the application be approved.

The owner’s mother-in-law was present to answer questions from the board. She said that her son-in-law is “the salt of the earth” and that “he does everything according to the book”. Board member Don Moss agreed, saying, “He’s a pretty good guy.”

The motion was passed unanimously.

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