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The South Lakewood Business Association meetings are held the first Tuesday of the month (with the exception of January) from 7:30 to 9 a.m. at White Fence Farm restaurant, 6263 W. Jewell Ave. -- the entrance is on the north side of the building off Harlan Street. Arrive early at 7:15 a.m. for socializing and free coffee. Attending SLBA is a way to become more involved with the city and people of Lakewood. The SLBA area in general is Mississippi to the north, Sheridan to the east, Grant Ranch Blvd. to the south, and C-470 to the west. For more information, visit www.slcoba.org.
FREE! Hershey Track Meet!
This event offers participants ages 9-14 an opportunity to compete in track and field events while also providing them a chance to qualify for the state meet. Event details are available at www.hersheystrackandfield.com.
Participants must bring a copy of their birth certificate and complete a local entry form prior to participating. The first 20 participants registered for each event get the chance to win a free gift!
Date: June 4 (Rain out date: Thursday, June 6)Check In Time: 5-5:30 p.m.Meet Time: 5:30-8 p.m.
Ages: 9-14 (8 and under can participate but are not eligible to advance to state)
Use Activity # 251605
John Nap of Path21 Architecture is representing the applicant, Health One for the property located at 260 S. Wadsworth Boulevard. Health One has indicated to the City of Lakewood that they are interested in applying for a Special Use Permit (SUP) to allow for an emergency medical facility. The map on the back of this notice outlines the location of the subject property. The subject property is zoned Mixed-Use Core Urban (M-C-U) Section 17.4.2 of the Lakewood Zoning Ordinance allows for emergency medical facilities with the review and approval of a Special Use Permit. Section 17.2.3 of the Lakewood Zoning Ordinance requires that the applicant hold a neighborhood meeting prior to submitting a formal application for a Special Use Permit. The purpose of the meeting is to provide neighborhood stakeholders with information about the proposed Special Use Permit and an opportunity to ask questions of the applicant and City staff. This notice is going to residents and owners of property within 300 feet of the site, and to neighborhood and homeowners associations that are registered with the City and located within ¼ mile of the site. MEETING AGENDA 1. Introduction 2. Purpose of Meeting 3. Explanation of the Special Use Permit Process 4. Presentation by the Applicant 5. Questions and Discussion with Citizens 6. Closing Comments and Next Steps