The Mill Valley Planning Commission is set to hold a public hearing on April 28 at 7 p.m. on the application for amending the Tyler Florence Shop’s conditional use permit to add a demonstration kitchen and to hold classes and private events, limited alcohol sales, and limited filming of online content at its existing 3,395 square foot retail store at 59 Throckmorton Avenue.
Shop owners Tyler and Tolan Florence hope to time the creation of the demo kitchen with the retrofit work occurring in their building’s adjacent shop, which Vintage Wine & Spirits vacated earlier this year, and the subsequent construction of the four already-approved “Aloha Lofts” residential units on the second floor of the building.
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