Linn County could get more restaurants near Corvallis

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Friday, March 01, 2013

The Linn County Board of Commissioners approved a zoning code amendment to allow restaurants within the Urban Development I zoning district.

Restaurants had not previously been listed as an approved use within the zoning.

The action came after Eats & Treats, a cafe that serves gluten-free meals and desserts, moved into the Eastgate Business Center, about a mile and a half east of Corvallis on Highway 34. The cafe now occupies about 864 square feet but wants to expand into another 1,000 square feet for additional seating.

Read more at The Gazette Times.

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