There may soon be two new hot spots opening in Westminster. Or there may be none. The Westminster City Council will decide their fates this Wednesday (Nov. 9).
To learn the results, log on to ggjournal.com or read our Nov. 17 print edition. The council will hold a public hearing for each case before voting. Members of the public are invited to speak on the issues.
Kimmi Vuong wants to open a nightclub with dancing and the sale of beer and wine at 7697 Westminster Blvd. The Planning Commission approved Vuong’s application on Oct. 19. But Pastor John Furman of the First Presbyterian Church of Westminster is appealing the commission’s approval bec
ause First Presbyterian is directly across the street.
In a similar case, Kevin Le wants to open a lounge featuring live entertainment and the sale of beer and wine at 15045 Moran Street. The Planning Commission denied Le’s application chiefly because of noise concerns. But some business owners in the area have written letters supporting Le.
Councilmember Andy Quach is appealing the commission’s decision on behalf of Le. Westminster City Council Meetings are at 7 p.m. at 8200 Westminster Blvd.