|Teresa Giles of P.J.'s Sandwich Shop.|
The southern half of Parrish already has sewer, everything south of County Road 675.
And the northern half will be getting it too, all the way to Erie Road. Parrish has been around for well over a century, and most residents probably don't mind waiting another year or so to have the modern convenience that we take for granted.
It'll happen as soon as developers start those big new developments around Parrish.
But just a minute, said Teresa Giles, owner of P.J.'s sandwich shop, which has been serving its tasty sandwiches for more than 30 years.
"What about us?" said Giles. Her sandwich shop is located north of Erie Road.
"I would love to be able to increase my seating, but I can't expand without sewer," Giles said.
At lunch time, P. J.'s has a crush of business, with customers literally lining up out the door to order a sandwich.
"We're at a standstill. I feel like we are always behind the eight ball," Giles said.
Mollanazar has an answer for Giles.
Sewer will become available to P.J.'s, located at the corner of State Road 62 and U.S. 301 North, when Cone Ranch, is built, Mollanazar said.
Cone Ranch, which is located several miles east of P. J.'s on S.R. 62, will need to run a sewer line to Parrish before it can start moving residents into the new homes planned there.
The Herald previously reported that 1,100 homes are planned for Cone Ranch.
Also planned near Cone Ranch are 584 homes by Neal Land Ventures on the Dakin Homestead.
The force main from Cone Ranch will be installed right next to P.J.'s, Mollanazar said.
The developer of Cone Ranch will install the sewer line, but the county will also participate in the project, Mollanazar sid.
"The idea is for growth to pay for itself," he said.
For more on P.J.'s and Parrish sewer improvements, check these links: