Port Royal officials are considering whether a new design for a Parker's gas station, created during mediation, will be a good fit for the town.
The station is proposed for the corner of Ribaut Road and Paris Avenue. Town Council is expected to vote on the design Wednesday.
The most recent design has the gas station centered in the middle of the property, and divides the gas pumps under two canopies, town manager Van Willis said.
"What it boils to is, basically, the original ... configuration and eight pumps split under two canopies," he said.
Parker's developers Pinckney Enterprises and town representatives met last week for about six hours.
The location of the building, canopy design and number of gas pumps have been among the issues delaying the project.
Pinckney Enterprises filed a lawsuit in May requesting mediation after it objected to the plan the town's design review board approved earlier. After the first round of mediation, town council rejected all options for canopies, leaving the project in limbo until new mediation was agreed upon.
Councilmembers continue to have concerns about traffic flow on Ribaut Road.
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