Auto Max to move into Seawell’s Ordinary
The Ordinary is best known as an historic restaurant that served the county on and off for many years.
Danny Niblett, who owns Auto Max along with his wife Dianne, said that the lease on the building the company currently occupies will expire at the end of the year.
"Our business looks forward to working with the county, the historic preservation group and the community," Niblett said. "We can work together."
Niblett said the Ordinary needs a lot of attention. "We’re looking forward to the opportunity to move into this historic landmark and make this gem shine once again," he added.
Niblett said he plans to use the building as office space. He said that he will use the existing parking area for his cars to be sold, and will not blacktop the lot, but will add to the pea gravel that is already in place.
"We’re going to put in brown stone just like what’s been there for nearly 40 years," Niblett said.