June 9 event planned at park to celebrate Lake Shore's 75th anniversary
Public event will take place from 6-8 p.m. at Fritz Loven Park with food, beverages, gift card drawings, a bounce house for kids and more
LAKE SHORE — Lake Shore will celebrate its 75th anniversary with a public event from 6-8 p.m. Thursday, June 9, at Fritz Loven Park.
The event will include food and beverages, history discussions and a bounce house for children. Police, fire and emergency medical services personnel will attend with emergency vehicles.
Zorbaz on Gull and Bar Harbor will provide “A Taste of Lake Shore” and will serve free food, park committee meeting minutes said, and there will be a drawing for gift cards to Zorbaz, Bar Harbor, Cowboy’s and possibly more.
In other business Monday, May 23 - which is believed to be the shortest council meeting ever at just 5 minutes - the council:
- Learned that police reported 56 traffic-related incidents and 34 miscellaneous calls in April. Activity included 37 traffic warnings, six traffic citations, four suspicious activity calls, one burglary complaint and one theft complaint. Police assisted other agencies four times.
- Learned the city has issued 35 building permits so far this year (14 in April) for a total valuation of $1,560,040.
At a special meeting May 10, the council accepted the conservation easement for and approved the final plat of Spider Preserve; and approved the Sherwood North liquor license for on-sale and Sunday on-sale liquor with conditions, including no outdoor amplification, music or live bands on the deck, and no alcoholic beverages and dining on the deck after 10 p.m.
The council will review the conditions for modifications at the annual renewal in 2023.
Sherwood North is the former Sherwood Forest Lodge, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and was recently sold.
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