Update on Circle K Expansion and Liquor License
previous update. As of yesterday (April 11), we are still waiting word from the Excise Division that the liquor license application has been filed. The application will trigger needed actions and meetings to follow.
Lindenwood Park Neighborhood Associaiton (LPNA) is planning an informational meeting where Circle K will present their project. Currently it is scheduled to be near the end of April. Yesterday, LPNA President Janet Desnoyer and Alderman Joe Vaccaro were meeting to work out the details. Hopefully information will be announced soon.
The rezoning bill (B.B.305) is expected to die at the end of the 2015-2016 Aldermanic Calendar (April 18th). If that happens and if Circle K wants to continue with the project, Alderman Vaccaro will need to re-introduce the bill.
Reminder: If you are a resident within the expected Petition Circle and are not registered to vote, your voice will not be counted with regard to the liquor license application. As long as the application hasn't been filed, there is still time to submit your Voter Registration.
LPNA's next Board Meeting is Wednesday, April 13th from 7:00pm to 9:00pm in the Epiphany Assumption room located at 3164 Ivanhoe Ave (directly across the hall from Epiphany Lanes). I do not know what is on this month's agenda, but the meeting is open to the public.
Also, the 2016 LPNA Flea Market is Saturday, April 16th from 8:00am to 1:00pm in the Timothy Lutheran Gym located at 6704 Fyler Ave.
Finally, Kati Guerra and I have been approved as LPNA block captains for 68XX Fyler. We are looking forward to connecting with our neighbors and helping LPNA continue its tradition of strong neighborhood involvement.
Thanks for reading,