Love is coming to Tyre — as in Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores of Oklahoma City.
Company officials made an initial presentation of their plans to a joint meeting of the town Planning and Town boards Tuesday. They want to buy a 13-acre parcel of land immediately south of Thruway exit 41 from 3S Development of Waterloo, a company headed by brothers Craig and Verne Sessler and their sister, Jane Sessler Shafer.
The plan is to build for a fueling area for regular cars and trucks on the east side facing Route 414; a convenience store; 1-3 fast-food restaurants in a centrally located building, including drive-through lanes; and a major diesel-fueling operation on the west end of the parcel. The facility, which would be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, is expected to employ up to 60 people.
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