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Planning Board approves Delano's food truck, other projects

By Beth A. Birmingham | May 15, 2019
Courtesy of: Facebook A newly renovated kitchen is prepped for a food truck at Delano Seafood Market in Waldoboro.

Waldoboro — At its May 8 meeting, the Waldoboro Planning Board approved four applications for projects, including the addition of a food truck at Delano Seafood Market and a storage extension at Moody's Diner.

The board added conditions to the two, as Delano's must obtain state approval and licensing and Moody's must update its deed to reflect new property lines.

Delano's has placed the truck next to the market on Atlantic Highway and begun renovating the interior with a new kitchen.

Kendall Delano Jr. said the addition will allow for more variety to be offered, with the main market focusing on frozen and fresh seafood to take home.

The menu is still being worked out, but Delano said he hopes to have the operation running by the first of June.

At Moody's, a two-story extension at the back side of the restaurant will be used for additional storage, a walk-in cooler, new offices and employee amenities.

The board also approved an application for a permanent pier at 289 Spruce Lane, to be located in the Limited Residential Shoreland zone, and an expansion at Tops'l Farm on Bremen Road for a roof facing away from Route 32.

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