Oak Creek Chelsea's famed moo shoo pork and crab Rangoon may soon be back on Oak Creek's plate.
The Oak Creek Town Board is expected to consider renewing the Chinese restaurant's liquor license at its meeting at 7 p.m. tonight.
Town Clerk Karen Halterman said Andy and Jaila Benjamin, who own the Oak Creek restaurant and recently closed their Steamboat Springs location, have applied to renew the restaurant's liquor license.
On Wednesday, Andy Benjamin said he does not know when the restaurant may re-open.
"I'll just say we are moving forward," he said.
The Benjamins closed the Oak Creek restaurant in November 2006, citing difficulties in running two restaurant locations.
Chelsea's in Steamboat closed in February after having been open a little more than six months.
In other business, the Town Board is scheduled to:
- Hear from Erin Vargas who will be using Decker Park at 6:30 p.m. Thursdays from May through June for youth soccer practice.
- Approve its meeting minutes from April 12.
- Hear a report from Mayor Pro-Tem Angie KenCairn on updating the town's comprehensive plan. The board is expected to decide whether to move forward with the plan that addresses future town growth.
- Decide whether to conduct a Municipal Energy Agency of Nebraska rate study, which typically is conducted every four or five years.
- Amend the town's employee handbook to reflect a change in how much the town will pay employee dependent and spouse insurance.
- Amend the town's employee handbook to reflect town employee's being paid bi-monthly, not semi-monthly.
- Discuss purchasing a new grader.