The town of Medaryville is a step closer to having a Dollar General store after a proposed zoning change to accommodate the 9,100 square foot facility received the blessing of the Pulaski County Advisory Plan Commission. Town Council President Gene Payne says the proposal will now go to the county commissioners for final approval.
“It means everything to Medaryville and the surrounding community to get a business like that, or any kind of business. Everyone in the area is in support of it. We really need it,” said Payne.
The next Pulaski County Commissioners meeting is Tuesday, Sept. 3, but it’s unclear whether the matter will be discussed then.