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Port Chester Planning Board Reviews Changes for Bar at Capitol Theatre

New nightclub proposed at 7 Willow St.

The Port Chester Planning Board is slated tonight to review a proposal to expand the bar operation at The Capitol Theatre.

The application submitted by Capitol Enterprises Inc., owner Peter Shapiro, requests an expansion of operations at The Capitol Theatre on Westchester Avenue, to include a fully operational bar that would be separate and apart from the threater's operations.

The Planning Board is scheduled to review the proposals, and others in the village, at it 7 p.m. session at the Port Chester Village Court, 350 N. Main St.

A separate hearing is also scheduled to review related changes to the lobby of The Capitol Theatre.

The planners are also scheduled to have a meeting about plans to revive a closed nightclub at 7 Willow St. Barton Properties New York, represented by attorney John Colangelo, wants to renew occupancy at the site for use as a nightclub.

Other proposals on the agenda for tonight:

- 96 Perry Ave.: A public meeting to discuss proposed subdivision into two, single-family lots.

- 44-48 N. Main St.: A public meeting to discuss upgrades to the structure and bringing 11 units into code compliance.

- 110 Midland Ave.: A public meeting to discuss installation of a self-contained cosmetic spray booth within an open warehouse space for Dent Wizard.

- 4 Drew St.: Public meeting to discuss proposal for the addition of another dwelling unit to an existing two-family house.

- 22 S. Main St.: Public meeting to discuss renovations to a one-story, vacant retail store for use as a bakery.

- 575 Boston Post Road: Public meeting to discuss proposed subdivision of an existing building, including facade renovation, alteration of sidewalk, changes to loading facilities, new stairs and new bicycle racks.

- 223 Boston Post Road: Public meeting to discuss to proposed removal and reconstruction of mini mart and installation of sidewalk, landscaping around building.

- 222 Grace Church St.: Renewal sought for Special Exception Use Permit for existing wireless communications facility on the top of the building.

- 152 King St.: Continued public hearing on proposal to convert existing auto repair bays to a convenience store.

- 16-18 N. Main St.: Continued public hearing on request to renovate existing restaurant at No. 16 and build at No. 18.

- 78-80 Purday Ave.: Continued public hearing, Purdy Ave. Holdings LTD., for outdoor display of retail merchandise.


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