The Udder Place, a bar in downtown Turlock, is looking to present their case for an expanded presence on Main Street.
The Turlock Planning Commission will be meeting on Thursday to consider approving The Udder Place, currently located at 110 W. Main Street, to expand into an adjoining vacant tenant space at 108 W. Main Street.
The City of Turlock staff report states that the applicant is proposing hours of operation from 10 a.m. to 2 a.m., 7 days a week.
The proposed expansion would see the maximum occupancy increase from 84, at its current location, to 355 with both spaces together. The expansion could potentially see the inclusion of a new serving kitchen and bar, lounge area, dance floor, live entertainment space, and outdoor dining patio for those over 21.
After an environmental review, it was determined that the project would not result in any significant effects relating to traffic or noise which makes the proposal exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act.
As dancing is being proposed as part of the project, it will require the applicant to apply for a dance permit through the Turlock Police Department before any dancing could occur at the location.
The Turlock Planning Commission will be discussing the issue at its meeting in City Hall, located at 156 S. Broadway, on Oct. 1 at 6 p.m.