Lemont Village Board to meet tonight to discuss liquor licenses and facade improvements
The Lemont Village Board will hold a meeting tonight to discuss additional liquor licenses and two facade improvements to buildings downtown.
Bottles will be returning its Class C-4 Liquor License to be issued a Class A-1 License due to a change in business plan. The establishment currently offers tasting of wine and beer under the C-4 license.
The Village Board is looking to decrease the number of C-4 Liquor Licenses and increase the number of Class A-1 licenses.
Betty’s Bistro, a new business to be located at 1243 State St., has applied for an A-4 Liquor License. This liquor license allows for the retail sale of beer and wine only for consumption on or off the premises.
Later on the agenda, the board will vote whether to approve two facade grant improvement applications.
Sweetwater Deli and Otto Brandt Wines are both looking to make improvements to the buildings’ exterior.
Sweetwater Deli is looking for approval to place awnings over the windows and doors of the building. Otto Brandt Wines is seeking approval for a wall sign on the building.
To view the agenda, click here.
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