Altadena Town Council: Proposed Home Daycare & Coffee Gallery Permits

Tuesday night’s Altadena Town Council meeting includes discussion over a proposed daycare center at an Altadena home, a permit to continue Coffee Gallery’s entertainment and more.

The November meeting of the Altadena Town Council will take place Tuesday night, Nov. 20, at 7 p.m. at the Altadena Community Center and include some of the following agenda items:

  • Conditional use permit for a day care center that is being proposed at a home at Canyon Crest and Lincoln. The proposed center has already caused concern among some residents about how it could affect traffic.
  • Coffee Gallery Entertainment Permit: The Land Use Committee reports that there will be a Dec. 5 hearing for continuing to allow entertainment at the Coffee Gallery, as well as specifications regarding parking and operating hours.

See the full agenda here.

Corrections: Diane Marcussen of the Altadena Town Council let Patch know that Walmart's presentation on the agenda was an error and no one from Walmart will be at tonight's meeting. Also, a representative from the Southern California Gas Company will give a presentation next month, not Tuesday night, on a new metering system that will add a wireless communication device to Altadena’s natural gas meters.

Do you plan to attend the meeting? What agenda item are you most concerned about?

Joel Mosher November 20, 2012 at 08:21 PM
More Walmarts, more competition, lower prices!!!
Diane Marcussen November 20, 2012 at 09:22 PM
Please pass the word that WalMart will NOT be attending the ATC meeting tonight. This is on the Agenda in error.
Diane Marcussen November 20, 2012 at 09:44 PM
The Gas Company has asked that their presentation be postponed until the December meeting of the Altadena Town Council so they will not be attending tonight's meeting. Please pass the word along to anyone who may have been interested in hearing. Thanks!
Jessica Hamlin November 20, 2012 at 10:28 PM
Thank you for the updates, Diane! The corrections have been made.


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