After changing business hands a few times, the drive-thru building that sits at 2182 N. Highway 67 could once again be a Rally’s in the near future.
Petitioners for the business returned to Florissant City Council Monday night to have a public hearing on the property and its first reading.
Petitioner Michael McCall explained that throughout the years the Lindbergh property has been Zips, Rally’s and Whitebarn Burger during its existence. Most recently, it was Dogtown, but McCall hoped it would once again be Rally’s.
Compared to its previous stint, McCall said the restaurant would be a corporate store compared to its franchise roots previously. It would hold a more modern and contemporary feel with its new design.
He also said that plans for the landscaping and pavement would need to be done before the store could open.
Counclors expressed concerns regarding repainting of the building’s brick exterior for another time, but McCall said that the new paint would bring the building up to corporate standards and the business would remain, he hoped, for the long term.The council will take its final vote on the business at its Aug. 26 meeting.