Daniel Momont appeared before the City Planning Commission on Tuesday, March 22, to request the addition of alcohol sales.
“We’re looking to sell fresh produce at a reasonable price to the neighborhood. That’s why we’re there,” Momont told the commission. “The packaged alcohol component is just the last piece we hope to add.”
The market is already open daily, with sandwich specials, prepared foods and other offerings alongside its groceries. The grand opening is set for Saturday, April 16, Momont said.
The request drew no opponents on Tuesday and passed the City Planning Commission by a vote of 6-0. It heads next to the full City Council for a final decision.