City Council Approved Conditions Regarding Bellflower Blvd./Los Coyotes Diagonal Gas Stn./Convenience Store
On December 17, 2001, the LB City Council addressed the issue of whether to protest a state grant of a new application for alcohol beverage sales on the site of a proposed convenience store and gas station on the southwest corner of Bellflower Blvd. and Los Coyotes Diagonal.
4th district Councilman Dennis Carroll asked the Council to conditionally protest the application...a protest that would be withdrawn if the conditions -- to which Carroll indicated the Chevron station owner had voluntarily agreed -- were included as part of the alcohol sale license.
Councilman Carroll spelled out the conditions in a memo to the Council which we reproduce verbatim, below:
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Date: December 17, 2001
To: Mayor and City Councilmembers
From: Dennis W. Carroll, Councilmember 4th District
Subject: Application of Chevron Stations, Incorporated, dba Chevron, for an Alcoholic Beverage Control License at 2471 Bellflower Boulevard
Due to the close proximity of residences I am requesting the City Clerk to conditionally protest the application mentioned above. The owner of Chevron Stations has voluntarily agreed to the following conditions. Providing these conditions are included as part of the license I will withdraw the protest.