Event Invitation from Alderman Nik Kovac
I am hosting a neighborhood meeting regarding Library Club.
I am hosting a neighborhood meeting regarding a NEW application for a Class B Tavern License, Public Entertainment Premises License and Center for Visual and Performing Arts License for the Library Club, which inhabits the space beneath Beans & Barley. Sam Asad, the applicant, will be there to present his plan of operation for the establishment.
You are invited to the Library Club, 1905 E. North Ave., to hear the proposal, provide feedback and ask any questions you might have.
WHEN: Monday, August 19th, 6:00 p.m.
WHERE: The Library Club, 1905 E. North Ave.
Your input is important. I hope to see you there!
3rd District Alderman
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