(UPDATE) Decatur City Commission has busy agenda for Monday, March 18
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(UPDATE) Both of the items mentioned in this article were approved unanimously at the March 18 meeting. Here is our earlier story:
The Decatur City Commission meets Monday, March 18 and will have several items to consider, including a new alcohol license for the Wild Crab restaurant and a contract for additional planning services at Legacy Park.
The regular meeting starts at 7:30 p.m. and will be held at City Hall, located at 509 North McDonough Street in Decatur. All meetings are open to the public.
City Commissioners are considering an alcoholic beverage license for Wild Crab, which would be located at 265 Ponce de Leon in the space formerly occupied by DaVinci’s Pizzeria, which closed more than a year ago. The application doesn’t provide more info about the restaurant, but says renovations at the building is nearing completion.
A Facebook page for the restaurant doesn’t provide any information about the restaurant, aside from its address and name. A message left with the administrator of that page was not immediately returned.
In another item on the agenda, the City Commission is being asked to award a $37,500 contract to Cooper Carry to provide planning services at Legacy Park, the old United Methodist Children’s Home property the city purchased for $40 million in 2017.
The contract is to “assist the city in further defining affordable housing options at Decatur Legacy Park located at 500 South Columbia Drive.”
To see the full agenda for Monday’s meeting, click here.