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Planners mull signs, alcohol

SPROUTS FARMERS MARKET under construction in Garden Grove is request a permit to operate with an alcohol sale license.

Planning commissions in Garden Grove and Westminster will meet next week and take on matters ranging from new signs to an alcohol sales permit for a new grocery store.

On Wednesday, June 16, the Westminster Planning Commission will meet in virtual session at 6:30 p.m. to consider a request from the Carvana car dealership for a variance to allow two additional wall signs with four logos on a building with two existing wall signs at 13950 Springdale St.

On Thursday, June 17, the Garden Grove Planning Commission will meet at 7 p.m. in the Community Meeting Center to conduct two public hearings.

First will regard a request for a site plan to reconstruct three existing buildings to accommodate two existing residential living quarters with a combined area of about 6,108 square feet, with a 1,320-square foot commissary and other improvements, all on a 77,704-square foot lot operated by the Quan Am Temple. It’s located at the southeast corner of Chapman Avenue and Nutwood Street.

The second hearing will be regarding a request for a conditional use permit to operate with alcohol (beer and wine) license at the under-construction Sprouts Farmers Market at 9848 Chapman Ave., west of Brookhurst Street.

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