WinCo withdraws Overland Road subdivision application By TORRIE COPE firstname.lastname@example.org Tori Feb 7, 2018 (…) Facebook Twitter Email WinCo Foods announced plans in 2016 for a south Meridian store at 2600 E. Overland Road, near the Eagle Road Interchange. However, the company withdrew its application in January. By Holly Beech/MP Facebook Twitter Email Print Save WinCo Foods has withdrawn an application for a preliminary subdivision plat on Overland Road, where a new WinCo grocery store has been planned since 2016.An application was filed to divide the 18.75-acre development near Majestic Cinemas into seven building lots. The proposed new WinCo store would take up 13 acres of that on one large building lot. Uses for the other six lots haven’t been determined yet, according to information presented during the Jan. 4 Planning and Zoning Commission meeting. The commission voted to recommend approval of the subdivision to City Council. A public hearing was scheduled for the Feb. 6 City Council meeting.Tait and Associates, which represents WinCo, sent a letter to the city on Jan. 26 notifying officials that the application is withdrawn and signage would be removed from the site. The letter is included in the City Council agenda packet.A WinCo spokesman has not returned a phone call from the Meridian Press seeking comment. Dan Zimmerman of Tait and Associates was present at the Feb. 6 meeting and told City Council he had been directed not to comment on the project.Council voted to accept the application withdrawal.Two new WinCo grocery stores planned for Meridian have been going through the public planning process, including the one on Overland and one at a new development, Linder Village, proposed for Linder Road and Chinden Boulevard. More from this section Dog of the Week: Buddy Posted: 5 p.m. March for Meals March 17 at Kleiner Park Posted: 3:52 p.m. Grow announces Idaho Senate candidacy Posted: 3 p.m. Albertsons now offers grocery delivery with Instacart Posted: 2 p.m. Teens and Substance Abuse Workshop open to the public in Meridian Posted: Feb. 18, 2018 Facebook Twitter Email Print Save Tori Follow Tori Close Get email notifications on Tori daily! Your notification has been saved. There was a problem saving your notification. Whenever Tori posts new content, you'll get an email delivered to your inbox with a link. Email notifications are only sent once a day, and only if there are new matching items. Save Manage followed notifications Follow Tori Close Followed notifications Please log in to use this feature Log In Don't have an account? Sign Up Today Comments Keep it Clean. Please avoid obscene, vulgar, lewd, racist or sexually-oriented language. PLEASE TURN OFF YOUR CAPS LOCK. Don't Threaten. Threats of harming another person will not be tolerated. Be Truthful. Don't knowingly lie about anyone or anything. Be Nice. No racism, sexism or any sort of -ism that is degrading to another person. Be Proactive. Use the 'Report' link on each comment to let us know of abusive posts. Share with Us. We'd love to hear eyewitness accounts, the history behind an article. Latest E-Edition Meridian Press Read the latest edition of the Meridian Press in our e-edition format, which combines the familiarity of the printed-paper format with the convenience of reading on your phone, tablet or desktop computer from anywhere. Issues prior to August 18, 2016 YouReport This is your chance to be the reporter. Tell us what's going on with you, your kids, and your community. Share your child's latest achievements, talk about that pothole that never gets fixed, or just speak your mind on what is happening in your community. Submit Your Articles Share the news that is important to you and your community. Post articles about local events, sports teams, community organizations, and more! Submit Your Photos Do you have a great local photo that you want to share with the world? Add it here!