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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