break time http://kbia.org en Petition prevails: MFA Oil withdraws request to build Break Time convenience store http://kbia.org/post/petition-prevails-mfa-oil-withdraws-request-build-break-time-convenience-store <p>The Columbia City Council was scheduled to vote Monday on a rezoning request that would allow a Break Time convenience store to be built at Rock Quarry Road and Grindstone Parkway, but MFA Oil withdrew the request.</p><p>MFA Oil withdrew its rezoning plan because neighbors in the area signed a petition against it. Phebe Lamar, an attorney for MFA Oil, said it soon became clear the City Council wouldn’t approve the plan.</p><p>Lamar said MFA Oil has done a lot to address the concerns of neighboring residents.</p> Tue, 16 Oct 2012 13:55:01 +0000 Katarina Sostaric 22873 at http://kbia.org Petition prevails: MFA Oil withdraws request to build Break Time convenience store Opponents of new Break Time to re-collect petition signatures http://kbia.org/post/opponents-new-break-time-re-collect-petition-signatures <p>It’s back to the drawing board for Columbia residents fighting a rezoning that would put a new Break Time in their neighborhood near Grindstone Parkway and Rock Quarry Road. Tue, 02 Oct 2012 21:58:23 +0000 Sarah Hollins 22158 at http://kbia.org Opponents of new Break Time to re-collect petition signatures