The Leeds City Council will meet Monday morning in a special called meeting to consider approving an alcohol license for the Neighbors Summer Fest event at the Grand River Drive-In on July 3.
In a statement, the city says a license existed with the previous owners, but the vote on Monday is to grant a license to the new owners for 30 days. This step will benefit the Outlet Shops of Grand River by increasing traffic and it will benefit the city with sales tax revenue.
The new owners are former Avondale Brewery co-founder Hunter Lake and others who are redoing the area around the Drive-In into a hangout called Backyard at Leeds.
Read more about the new development here.
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