Kyle P&Z Commission OKs permit for future auto body shop on Rebel Drive

Chapa Auto Body is planned for 700 Rebel Drive in Kyle.

Chapa Auto Body is planned for 700 Rebel Drive in Kyle.

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The Kyle Planning and Zoning Commission unanimously approved Feb. 12 a conditional-use permit for the future Chapa Auto Body Repair, a 5,005-square-foot shop that is planned for 700 Rebel Drive, Kyle.


“I will always support any retail that comes into our city,” said Commissioner Tim McHutchion, a former City Council candidate who was appointed to the planning and zoning commission Jan. 15.


The design of the structure calls for a grey stucco building with a white limestone base. The rear will have a metal finish to accommodate a planned expansion.

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