The plan to bring Sheetz to North Warren is still in effect.
However, the company has to wait for the outcome of some permits and approvals before moving forward with construction, according to Sheetz Public Relations Manager Monica Jones.
County Planner Dan Glotz said the county's part in that process is effectively wrapped up. "It went through the zoning hearing board and was approved contingent on approvals from other entities."
"(The board) approved the site plan - everything meets the requirements of the ordinance," Glotz said. "We have a clause in the ordinance that says they have to provide us with proof of compliance with other entities or state and local agencies."
Those other approvals can come from PennDOT, the Warren County Conservation District and Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, and Conewango Township.
According to PennDOT District Press Officer Jim Carroll, the department expects to issue a highway occupancy permit to Sheetz within two weeks.
"Sheetz does have an application in the queue for an NPDES (National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System) Stormwater Construction Permit," Amanda Witman of the DEP communications office said.
Sheetz did not release any information about how long the company would need between receiving the final permits and opening a store.