Monday, December 05, 2011

TKC BREAKING NEWS!!! MAYBE SOME OPPOSITION TO A NEW LIQUOR LICENSE AT WARD PARKWAY AMC THEATERS!!!



Recently, the City Council has been rather kind to Ward Parkway . . . There was a special liquor license exemption for the hipsters & their 2 Buck Chuck at Trader Joe's and then SOME HEFTY TAX BREAKS FOR THE OLD DILLARD'S SIDE OF THE MALL . . .

Now . . .

THE AMC THEATERS RENOVATION CLEARLY INCLUDES SOME RATHER EXTENSIVE PLANS FOR BOOZE AT THE MOSTLY EMPTY MOVIE HOUSE!!!

The Exclusive part of this post . . .

CHECK SOME TEXT OF A MEMO FROM REGULATED INDUSTRIES TO THE WARD PARKWAY ESTATES HOME ASSOCIATION!!!

Our office has received an application for New Full Liquor-by-the-Drink with a Sunday License to be located at 8600 Ward Parkway #2005 to be called AMC Theatres Ward Parkway 14. The applicant has 45 days from 12-2-2011 to furnish signed and notarized consent forms from a majority of eligible consenters to the manager of Regulated Industries Division. Additionally, the applicant may ask for one extension of time for up to 45 days to furnish the consent forms. The applicant is proposing to operate a Restaurant Bar with Movies and Multi-coin devices during the times indicated below:

Monday Thru Saturday 9:00 AM to 1:00 AM
Sunday 9:00 AM to 12:00 AM

Chapter 10 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Kansas City, Missouri requires that our office provide written notification to inform you that this application has been filed since your neighborhood organization is in close proximity of the proposed premise.

The Code further allows property owners, who are not eligible- consenters, which are located within 350 feet of the proposed business to circulate a petition, using the form provided by the Regulated Industries Division, to request a hearing before the director to determine whether the issuance of the license will be in the best interests of the locality involved. If a petition containing the signatures of not less than 50% of the specified owners is received in our office by January 16,2012, you will receive a notice of the date, time and place of the hearing.
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Sadly . . .

ONCE AGAIN KANSAS CITY'S SOLUTION TO EVERY ECONOMIC CHALLENGE SEEMS TO BE BOOZE!!! IT'S NOT A BAD IDEA BUT HAS MIXED RESULTS!!!

(Har)

12 Comments:

Anonymous said...

John Sharp promised a new booze 'n' gas stop at Bannister and Blue Ridge Boulevard (where there are already two gas stations), but he couldn't deliver.

Ward Parkway is still in his district, though he doesn't seem to want it.

Anonymous said...

Booze will not help. The reason why people no longer go to the Ward Parkway movie theater is the same thing that is beginning to threaten the Plaza. It's a parasitic demographic that is not politically correct to hold accountable. The only way I would consider returning to Ward Parkway is if they had no one under 18 policy after a certain time.

Anonymous said...

Hash bars. That will save it.

thin margin said...

Just what we need $30 mixed drinks to wash down the $8 popcorn

Anonymous said...

thin margin said...
Just what we need $30 mixed drinks to wash down the $8 popcorn

Yeah...while we're watching a $12 movie

Anonymous said...

I know. Let's make it a law that EVERY business in KC has to sell liquor, cash paychecks, give payday loans and sell lottery tickets.

xalti said...

With the movies coming out nowadays. They need to pay me to watch them.

the same old model plus watered down beer said...

Wow, a beer while watching a movie.
That's some progressive thinking shit right there.
America, fuck yeah.

Anonymous said...

I can't imagine liquor helping the situation there. Gary Majors is clueless when it comes to this cities liquor codes. Yet another leach sucking at the city trough.

Anonymous said...

5:50 you're the clueless one. Majors is well respected in the community and at the Council. He's one of the few top talents at City Hall.

Anonymous said...

5:50 is an idiot. You do not know the difference between leech as in the wormlike parasite that attaches to a body and sucks blood, and leach which is a verb meaning a process of removing solubles through percolation. In either case, a "leech" would not suck at a trough, and a trough would not produce any leaching.

Anonymous said...

I can sit at home booze it up for a fraction of the price, watch a movie and AVOID a DUI from the Cops. This must be a move to justify DUI stops in Kansas City. Served too much beer at AMC. Rotten Plan. KC City Hall is rotten to the core.