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Taste tickets on sale now
Neighborhood meeting
Tickets for Taste Chandler’s Culinary Festival 2009, taking place Sat., Oct. 3 at
A.J. Chandler Park in historic downtown Chandler, are currently on sale.
on proposed zoning changes
The inaugural culinary festival gives participants the opportunity to sample
fare from some of Chandler’s fi nest eating establishments, including Arizona
Queen Creek & Ocotillo roads
Cheesecake Company, BJ’s Restaurant, Buffalo Wings & Rings, Cork, El Zocalo, Pita
Jungle, Sauce, Urban Tea Loft and dozens more.
6 p.m. Thu., Aug. 20
“We are really excited to be participating in this festival that will showcase
all the great dining establishments
Fulton Elementary School multipurpose room
that Chandler has to offer,” says
Robert Morris, owner of Cork in
4750 S. Sunland Dr., S. Chandler
Southern Chandler. “People will see
that Chandler is not just corporate
chain restaurants.”
In addition to food, the event
offers entertainment including jazz
music and live performances by
local musicians.
Neighborhood meeting
Tickets can be purchased online,
at SanTan Brewing Company or
on zoning changes
Crowne Plaza San Marcos Golf
Resort.
Area residents are invited to a neighborhood meeting regarding RED
Portions of the event’s proceeds
development’s Paseo Lindo, a proposed mixed-use residential and commercial
benefi t the nonprofi t Downtown Chandler Community Foundation, which raises
community on about 74 acres on the northeast corner of Arizona Avenue and
money and makes grants to community-serving programs and projects benefi ting
Ocotillo Road in Southern Chandler. RED seeks an amendment to the Planned
downtown Chandler, and the Chandler Service Club, a nonprofi t charity benefi ting
Area Development zoning district and preliminary development plan on site
Chandler and the community.
layout and building design. According to Burch & Cracchiolo, P.A., RED seeks to
“The DCCP is excited to play an integral role in this wonderful, new event,”
change the formerly designated “commercial, offi ce, business park” component
says Eileen Brill Wagner, executive director of the DCCP. “The award-winning
on the property’s eastern side to “commercial retail” as part of an already planned
restaurants in our downtown have been a great source of pride; we look forward
commercial retail component; obtain PDP approval for the entire commercial site
to having them showcased, along with a number of other fi ne Chandler-based
and create a new preliminary plat on the commercial site.
restaurants.”
A Target Superstore is likely to be a main anchor store.
A.J. Chandler Park is located between Arizona Avenue and Buffalo Street. To
For more information, contact Steve Backman or Tom Lewis at RED at
learn more, visit www.tastechandler.com.
480-947-7772; Ricki Horowitze at Burch & Cracchiolo, P.A., at 602-234-8728; or
City of Chandler Senior Planner Jodie Novak at 480-782-3060.
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