Loyalsock Township supervisors Tuesday night approved the transfer of a liquor license from Limestone Township to be used at a new restaurant or eatery at the former Bonanza Steakhouse at 1503 E. Third St.
The unanimous decision came during a hearing on the matter before the supervisors' regular meeting.
Al Clapps, president of Gentry Development, and his attorney, Scott T. Williams, were present for the hearing.
Bill Burdett, township manager, said Clapps is the developer for the project.
The liquor license comes from the Breeze Inn, 7607 S. Route 44.
Supervisors also approved a land development plan for a property at 2997 Lycoming Creek Road for use as a storage facility. Related to that matter, a conditional-use hearing was scheduled for 7 p.m. Sept. 25 for the property to be used by American Peak Production for an oil and gas staging facility.
Additionally, supervisors agreed to sell a used street sweeper to the town of Stanley, Va., for $40,000.