BY BOB SWEENEY
The Greenwood City Council quickly renewed the liquor license this week for the popular DTC Tavern Tech Center after the restaurant and bar complied with city requests.
The council had asked the facility to install more parking lot cameras and security equipment prior to the July 17 deadline for the liquor-license renewal. After the city requests were met, the new liquor license was renewed by an 8-0 vote. The management had been forced to close its Thursday ladies’ night after neighborhood complaints.
In other actions on July 17, the council approved the formation of a new service plan for the Harrison Oaks Metropolitan District to serve 11 residential home sites across from Glenmoor Country Club. The new metropolitan district will eventually elect five board members from residents of the new subdivision.
During an early study session on the issue, representatives of the Greenwood Village Athletic Club and Greenwood Metropolitan District held an informal discussion about the future of the Greenwood Athletic Club and the gifting of it to the city in 2030.
The discussion swirled around debts, bonds and updating understandings between the city and the club. The club is rated as one of the three best athletic facilities in the United States, celebrating its 30th anniversary this month.
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