The Woodbury City Council on Wednesday will hold public hearings for liquor licenses for Angelina’s Kitchen and Aldi, as well as possibly approving a measure that would open the door for new housing developments near East Ridge High School.
Angelina’s Kitchen, which consolidated its two locations this fall, has been planning to add a wine bar.
The restaurant is now looking to secure a liquor license to sell beer and wine, and the council will hold a public hearing on the matter Wednesday night. Background checks came back clear. Angelina’s Kitchen is located at 2170 Eagle Creek Lane.
Aldi, which opened in the former Borders location in early October, is trying to secure a license to sell 3.2 beer.
Background checks on management and corporate officers came back clear. Aldi is a discount grocery chain.
The city has received interest from developers, and in September noted declining lot inventory in Woodbury and an uptick in the housing market.
Staff recommends that the council approve a measure for sub-phase 2A (Fields of Woodbury) that would allow “applications for preliminary plat, rezoning and planned unit developments to be accepted and processed,” according to a council memo. “Final plat approval would be dependent on availability of required public improvements.”
Phase 2 includes enough land to accommodate about 6,000 residential units over the next 10-plus years.
In other action, the council is expected to…
- Approve the purchase of new golf carts for Eagle Valley Golf Course.
- Approve plans for a new carwash at Holiday Stationstore.
- Authorize plans for the expansion of Radio Drive from Bailey Road to Hargis Parkway. See: Radio Drive Expansion Will be on Woodbury’s Schedule