Old Cloverdale Assn. Votes Yes on Entertainment District; Some Neighbors Upset
The possibility of Old Cloverdale becoming the city's second entertainment district is one step closer to reality. Tonight the Old Cloverdale Association voted "yes" to moving forward with the idea.
Cloverdale could house an entertainment district where people can walk to different businesses with alcoholic beverages.
Old Cloverdale Mayor Todd Kirk supports the notion.
And now the second could wind up In Cloverdale in the Fairview Avenue Business District.
Angela Parks lives a block away.
But Kirk assures that the area will not get out of hand.
"Obviously we will have rules in affect. Public intoxication, things like that, we are not going to stand for," says Kirk.
As it stands, the district would not cover the Cloverdale Road area that includes Roux, Dirks Fillet & Vine and Pine Bar.
The Cloverdale-Idlewild Association has also voted to have the entertainment district.