Rezoning and ABC licenses top council agenda

Published 12:00 am Saturday, January 6, 2001

Public hearings will be conducted on Monday, Jan. 8 at 5:15 p.m. for the following: A request by Patricia McNaughton regarding I-65 property being changed from R-A (Residential-Agricultural to C-3 (Highway-Commercial); and an ABC application for a Restaurant Retail Liquor License for the Ruby Tuesday Business Development d/b/a Ruby Tuesday's.

These hearings will precede the regular meeting of the Greenville City Council, which will start at 5:30 p.m.

Listed on the agenda under new business considerations are:

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board appointments, a skate park committee, and rotation of the general fund.

The council will also consider amending the zoning ordinance as requested by Patricia McNaughton to rezone property presently zoned as R-A to C-3 for property located on I-65.

Four resolutions will be considered involving the approval or disapproval of ABC licenses: a restaurant retail liquor license for Ruby Tuesday's; a retail beer license (off-premise only) for Terry Lee Williams and Danny Williams d/b/a Max Mart West; a retail beer license (off-premise only) for Robert McCann d/b/a Greenville Citgo and Produce; also a resolution approving or disapproving the issuance of a retail beer license and retail wine license (on-or-off-premise consumption) of wine and beer for Ruby Lee Hill d/b/a Hill's Caf.

Also scheduled for considera-tion is a resolution regarding a paving contract change order.

Expenditures that will come before the council include a bill for $1,900 from L & L Bucket Service for field lighting repair at Day Park.

Reports will be made on unsafe housing located at 224 Second St., the property of Myrtle Frymire, and 331 Oglesby St., the property of Lottie Maxwell.