Debated Ninilchik Liquor License Wins Approval

first_imgKPB Mayor Navarre: “Max is the Planning Director, Max Best, he’s also a registered land surveyor, he went down and measured and he went down and measured because we didn’t want any confusion about the fact there are multiple doors that could be an issue.” The Planning Director found the store’s entrance was the required 500 feet walking distance away from the entrance to the school and churches. Borough Mayor Mike Navarre on the decision not to oppose the store’s location, due to its proximity to nearby churches and the school… The Assembly unanimously felt the law was settled and there was no reason to further oppose a liquor license for the store. Clark: “I think anybody can come up with all kinds of different scenarios, I think we have to rely on the professionals, which in this case it’s your planning director, not ours, and they can’t be anybody else’s.” FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享It’s a matter of a few linear feet, but they ultimately allowed the Ninilchik General Store to take another step towards a long-awaited liquor license. Owner James Clark said the store is still under construction, but they’re now planning to use a rear door as the entrance to the liquor store, with the highway facing door as an exit only. The change adds the additional feet of walking distance between the store and its neighbors…last_img

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