ROME, N.Y. -- The site plan for the proposed Hannaford Supermarket in Rome has been approved.
The new 49,000 square foot facility will be based on a "newer prototype.”
It will include a separate bottle and can return center, a drive-thru pharmacy and a pickup window for purchases made online.
The location will be heavily landscaped with trees to 'screen' the buildings utilities and loading docks so as not to disturb nearby residents.
A new Byrne Dairy store and gas station at the corner of Erie Boulevard East and Depeyster Street was also approved.
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