The Country Express Truck Stop at 2605 Monroe Road was demolished leaving only some gas pumps standing.

The Nation Categorical Truck Cease at 2605 Monroe Street was demolished leaving just some gasoline pumps standing.

BELLEVUE — As you drive alongside Monroe Street to hop on the ramp in direction of State 172, you might need seen the empty lot the place Nation Categorical Truck Cease and Egg Yolk Café used to face.

Readers requested us what occurred to the truck cease and we seemed into it. Here’s what we came upon.

In April a fireplace partially destroyed the constructing at 2605 Monroe Street, owned by Jayambey LLC, and it was not too long ago demolished as ordered by the village of Bellevue.

Andrew Vissers, director of neighborhood growth for the village, mentioned the village’s superintendent of inspection discovered important injury to structural, electrical, heating, air flow and plumbing techniques.

The estimated restore offered by Paul Davis Restoration was near $2 million, Vissers mentioned. The present assessed worth of the constructing is $567,300, with a present equalized worth of $644,800.

As such, the village requested the proprietor to demolish the constructing.

“The price of restore to the construction broken by fireplace is unreasonable as outlined by Part 66.0414 (1)(c), Wisconsin Statutes and subsequently the Village pursued a raze order to which the proprietor complied,” Vissers mentioned.

He added: “As of this time there isn’t a definitive plans for something. The underground gasoline tanks had been eliminated as nicely.”

Ariel Perez is a enterprise reporter for the Inexperienced Bay Press-Gazette. You possibly can attain him at or view his Twitter profile at @Ariel_Perez85.

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