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(L to R) Scott Gjovik with Gjovik Ford and project attorney Dan Kramer. (WSPYnews.com photo by Mark Harrington)

The move for a local car dealership was a main focus at the Plano City Council Committee of the Whole meeting earlier this week.

Gjovik Ford of Sandwich hit a few bumps in the road at last night’s Plano City Council Committee of the Whole meeting.

But Mayor Bob Hausler cautioned aldermen that the planned unit development, site plan, and preliminary plat are still working documents.

Issues centered around drainage, signage, drawings, and entrances.  

A proposed dry stormwater basin will be 18 inches higher and hold more water than Plano ordinances require. This is Gjovik Ford project attorney Dan Kramer.

Gjovik is proposing one more sign than listed in the original agreement with Plano.

The project must conform to Ford Motor Company requirements, according to owner Scott Gjovik, who talked about the entrances.

Plano Building, Planning and Zoning Director Tom Karpus had this comment on the signs.

The project was kept at the committee of the whole level for the next city council meeting in two weeks.