Friday, March 12, 2010
Company wants to put a shed up in city park parking lot as part of vehicle emissions testing
A company is proposing to put a shed in a parking lot at Deer Flat and Linder roads as part of the new DEQ-mandated vehicle emissions testing.
The proposal runs contrary to what the contractor company stated two weeks ago about the nature of these operations.
Bill Dell of SysTech told the Kuna Melba News in February that the company was looking for existing businesses that can do the tests themselves, have a covered area for the tests and have adequate facilities for customers, including a waiting area and clean bathroom. The Kuna Lube N Go would be a good example of a business that might conduct the tests, Dell confirmed.
However, Kuna City Council members have an item on their agenda for Tuesday night from a company called L-N-T, which claims to be doing work with SysTech to provide vehicle emissions in Kuna.
They are proposing to place a 12-foot-by-8-foot-by-11.5-foot shed in the parking lot of the city park at the southwest corner of Deer Flat and Linder roads. The company is also proposing to place a 4-by-4-foot sign on a couple of wooden posts at the site.