At their meeting Monday night, the Chariton City Council gave consideration to and took action on a public assembly permit for the Hy-Vee Charitone Market Grille at 831 Braden Ave. in Chariton.
The Charitone would like to celebrate their Fifth year anniversary on Friday, May 17, and are requesting to close the section of Braden Avenue they’re on from Grand Street to the alley east of there.
In the permit request, the Hy-Vee Charitone called the event a Five-year anniversary block party and said it would take place fro m 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. on May 17. The Charitone also said on the permit that they expect 100 people to be in attendance for the event.
“I would like the Charitone to have some security present for this event and to have them pay for the security,” Council member Denny Bisgard said.
Following the short discussion, Bisgard moved to approve the public assembly permit for the Hy-Vee Chariton Market Grille and for the section of street to be closed off that they requested with the stipulation that the Market Grille will provide their own security for the event and pay for it themselves. Council member Ruth Smith seconded this motion, which was approved unanimously.
Read the April 4, 2019 edition of the Chariton Herald-Patriot for the rest of the story.