Will Dunkin’ Donuts be allowed to open on Sunset Drive in the Town of Waukesha with a drive through?
It’s an unknown still. The Town of Waukesha Board of Supervisors delayed taking any action on the Dunkin’ Donuts conditional use permit Thursday night, according to Waukesha Now. Among issues were traffic and safety worries, according to the article.
Jim Radke, owner of Le Caffe’ Bistro near the proposed Dunkin’ Donuts site, told Waukesha Patch last week that he hoped the town board would be fair when reviewing the Dunkin’ Donuts proposal since his small business was denied a drive through on safety and traffic concerns.
Dunkin’ Donuts with a drive through is proposed for S30W24836 Sunset Drive. The 5,040 square foot building would house up to four retail tenants. The plans do not state what tenants would be located in the building, besides Dunkin’ Donuts.
If approved, the Sunset Drive Dunkin’ Donuts would be the second to open in Waukesha recently. Dunkin’ Donuts opened on North Grandview Boulevard in October.
Milwaukee Coffee Brewing Co. (MCB) plans to open 36 Dunkin’ Donuts locations throughout southeast Wisconsin in the next few years, according to Menomonee Falls Patch.