Friday, July 17, 2009

Key Hearing about Plan for 7-Eleven in Coastal San Pedro

The Harbor Area Planning Commission on Tuesday will consider whether to sustain or overrule a zoning administrator’s rejection of alcohol sales at the proposed 7-Eleven on South Pacific Avenue.

7-Eleven has appealed the zoning administrator’s May ruling to deny alcohol sales. The decision now rests with the Planning Commission, which will vote on the appeal.

The meeting takes place on July 21 at 4:30 p.m. at the port building, 425 S. Palos Verdes St. View the full agenda here. (The 7-Eleven issue is item 5 on page 3).

Councilwoman Janice Hahn supports 7-Eleven’s quest to sell alcohol at the store. The Coastal San Pedro Neighborhood Council will vote at its Monday meeting on a motion to support the zoning administrator’s findings. Opponents are expected to turn out and testify at both the Coastal council meeting and the Harbor Area Planning Commission meeting. Details of the Coastal council meeting are published below.


IronHead433 said...

Didn't even know there was a 7/11 on Pacific...?? 1st & goofy, 9th & goofy, 25th........

IronHead433 said...


Anonymous said...

see story in LA Times:
7-Eleven plans to slurp up Southern California real estate