Plymouth Board of Works Approves the Lease of Parking Spaces for Reese’s Family Ribs

The Plymouth Board of Works has voted to let a local business use a couple spaces in a city parking lot. Emanuel Reese, owner of Reese’s Family Ribs, asked to use the spaces for barbecue grills.

“This would be a month-to-month lease for the two parking spaces adjacent to the building that his restaurant is in, in the southwest corner of the Water Street Parking Lot,” explained City Attorney Sean Surrisi.

Reese will pay the city $10 a month, although the first month’s rent will be higher to cover the cost of legal advertising for the lease process. He’ll also have to pay property taxes, as calculated by the assessor’s office.