new NAPA store
Kingsbury County Commissioners Tuesday, acting as the board of adjustment, recommended approval of a conditional-use permit to Kyle Waliezer of Bryant to open a NAPA auto-parts store about one mile west of De Smet on Highway 14.
“I have done research and the property is zoned commercial,” zoning officer Joe Jensen said.
Waliezer recently purchased a building from Robert Brown of De Smet and is in the process of renovating it for the business.
“We have completely gutted it out inside. We want to make it a nice thing,” Waliezer said.
There are also plans for an additional building next to the existing building.
NAPA representative Wayne Benson told commissioners that Cristy and Jeremy Woodcock, owners of the NAPA store in Lake Preston, will continue to operate their auto repair shop in Lake Preston, but have decided they no longer wanted the NAPA parts store.