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No vote yet on Acropolis expansion

City lawmakers today put off a vote on a permit that would allow an expansion of the Acropolis restaurant on Elmwood Avenue.

The city's Law Department is still working on finalizing conditions that will be attached to the permit, Delaware Council Member Michael J. LoCurto said during today's Common Council meeting.

Assistant Corporation Counsel Alan P. Gerstman said the department will have a draft of the conditions to LoCurto for his review on Thursday.

The Council could next vote on the permit when it meets again March 20.

Acropolis owner Paul Tsouflidis has received his city music license, which allows the use of DJs.

Here's Mark Sommer's recent story on the situation surrounding the Acropolis.

--Aaron Besecker
Follow me on Twitter: @BeseckerBN

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