City meetings and open mics on tonight’s docket

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KENOSHA ⏤ Another Monday, another evening of city leaders meeting to make decisions for the people and music pervading the downtown area. 

Licenses and Permits Committee meeting

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Starting at 4:30 p.m., the city’s Licenses and Permits Committee will meet on the second floor of the Kenosha Municipal Building, 625 52nd St. 

Tonight’s agenda includes the approval of two new operator’s licenses, and several cabaret licenses. 

Of note, a new business, Betty and Ronald’s, hopes to secure a liquor license at 2105 22nd Ave. According to the documents filled out by owner Naketha Campbell, the business will be a full-service restaurant. 

The 7,347-square-foot-building will also have two bathrooms, two storage areas, an office and a basement. The business will employ seven full-time and three part-time employees.

The committee will discuss the license last at its meeting tonight. If approved by the committee, it will then go to the City Council for final approval. 

You may also find the meeting’s supporting documents here.

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Parks Commission meeting

Later at 5 p.m., the Parks Commission will be approving two big events that are sure to attract area residents. 

First, the commission will discuss the “Justice for Jacob Blake Still” event, to be held in Civic Center Park from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Aug. 21, 2021. 

In documents submitted to the city by organizers Leaders of Kenosha, the event will be a rally that will also entail live entertainment, as well as announcements and speeches.

Portable bathrooms and temporary structures will also be part of the event. No alcohol will be sold at the event, according to LOK’s application.

In big news for a local company, Snap-On has also applied to host its 100th anniversary celebration at its property at 2801 80th St. on Aug. 25. 

The company is requesting the use of Sunnyside Park for parking for the event, which will run from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. 

You can find the Parks Commission’s supporting documents for tonight’s meeting here.

The Public Works Committee will also discuss both events at its meeting at 5:30 p.m.


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Other events

Of course, no Monday is complete without ending it listening to some of our local musicians. 

Therefore, after being a good civic citizen and attending city government meetings, you can head over to Rustic Road Brewing Co. for Haven Well’s open mic starting at 8 p.m. You can also go a little further north and catch the start of Kenosha Fusion’s open mic at 9 p.m.

You can find out more about each of those mics here


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