Friday, July 24, 2009
The Harbor Area Planning Commission this week delayed action on the proposed 7-Eleven in coastal San Pedro until next month. Following testimony by supporters and opponents of the proposed store at 19th Street and South Pacific Avenue, commissioners moved to postpone a decision until the August 18 meeting. 7-Eleven is no longer seeking authorization to sell alcohol right away but may apply for permission a year or two after opening, according to Councilwoman Janice Hahn’s office. The store is seeking approval for 24-hour operations, a point of contention among some neighbors and community activists.
Posted by Andrea Adleman at 10:51 PM