adult clubs on Arch St. stopped for now
Two potential “adult entertainment” clubs up the road in Pulaski County have been
stopped for now. In the past month, the Pulaski County Quorum Court tabled a resolution for one of the proposed locations
and an owner withdrew his application on a separate spot.
Due to a new state law, before a business can
request a private club permit from the Alcohol Beverage Control Board to serve alcohol, the applicant must receive an approved
ordinance from the applicable city or county. Businessman Jason Castillow’s request for a private club to be located
at 11900 Arch Street, Little Rock to the Pulaski County Quorum Court was tabled permanently on April 9 during a regularly
scheduled meeting. The business was to be known as “Peaches Gentlemen’s Club.”
On a nearby
property, 10305 Arch Street, at the corner of Dixon Rd. and Arch Street, another property owned by Choice Equity Investments,
was denied a permit by the Little Rock City Board on Jan. 31 and the owner had 30 days to appeal the decision. That
application stated the bar would contain a “runway elevated above the floor where female entertainers will occasional
dance in a burlesque fashion to music.” The bar was to be called “Sky Bar.”
was placed on the Little Rock Planning Commission’s agenda for Tuesday, April 16 however, the applicant dropped the
appeal at last minute.
New EE Middle
School site for school election voting
Early voting for the school election begins May 14. There are two locations open from 8 a.m.
to 4:30 p.m. at the Grant County Courthouse, 101 West Center, Sheridan and at the new East End Middle School, 24554 Hwy. 167,
Hensley. Early voting will end on May 20 however, the locations are not open on the weekends.
On May 21,
voting will continue from 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. at East End Middle School. There will be several locations in the Grant County
area including Grapevine Church of God in Christ, Leola City Hall, Prattsville Community Center, Meadowview Southern Baptist
Church, Marlow Missionary Baptist Church, Calvert Fire Department, and Immanuel Baptist Church Gym.
be asked to select from among three candidates who are seeking an open position on the Sheridan School Board.
Position 6 on the board became vacant when James “Gart” Pitts chose not to seek reelection. Pitts has been a member
of the board the past 15 years. The three candidates for the open seat currently held by Pitts include Jan Caldwell, Jeremy
Orman and R. Margaret Dobson.
Caldwell is a retired teacher, including 17 years teaching
in the Sheridan School District. Orman is a graduate of Sheridan High School and is now a vice president at Peoples Bank in
East End. Dobson is an attorney in Sheridan with two children attending Sheridan schools.