QuickChek has revised it’s original plans for the construction of a new convenience market in Seaford, N.Y. The company’s original plans were met with concerns from the community, and in order to show that the new market is intended to benefit the local community, the company has made some revisions and clarifications to it’s plan.
According to a report from Patch, the new plans show a reduced sized market, which will be built on commercially-zoned land, rather than the larger scale store in the original proposal. This new store is first, and foremost, a food market, and only secondarily a fueling station. The company’s goal is to provide the community with high quality food items, as well as to offer convenient features, including fueling stations and innovative touchscreen technology.
This new market will be beneficial to the local community in that it will employ 35-50 local team members and will generate approximately $1 million in tax revenue. The store will also contribute to the community through charity events, which is characteristic of the company itself.