Tattoo studio special permit approved

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Owner to open start of next year

  • Sulphur Springs resident and longtime tattoo artist Robert Cote addresses the Zoning Board of Adjustments and Appeals during their meeting Tuesday night. The board granted his permit without the restrictions recommended by the Planning and Zoning Commission. Staff photo by Todd Kleiboer
    Sulphur Springs resident and longtime tattoo artist Robert Cote addresses the Zoning Board of Adjustments and Appeals during their meeting Tuesday night. The board granted his permit without the restrictions recommended by the Planning and Zoning Commission. Staff photo by Todd Kleiboer
  • Sulphur Springs resident Robert Cote has been tattooing for 15 years, and he currently works at The Highwayman Ink just outside of the city on Highway 19. Courtesy/Legacy 13 Studios via Facebook
    Sulphur Springs resident Robert Cote has been tattooing for 15 years, and he currently works at The Highwayman Ink just outside of the city on Highway 19. Courtesy/Legacy 13 Studios via Facebook
New Business Sulphur Springs will soon see a new tattoo studio with the approval of city resident Robert Cote’s special use permit by the Zoning Board of Adjustments and Appeals Tuesday night. “I’m glad it was approved,” Cote said. “There’s a lot of people who get tattoos, and now they have the option to come to Sulphur Springs and get tattoos.” Cote said he is looking to open his business…

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