Salsaria’s restaurant may open in downtown Tecumseh

An Adrian restaurant business, Salsaria’s, is exploring possible expansion to Tecumseh. The May 6 Tecumseh City Council agenda includes an action item to adopt a resolution allowing the request by Salsaria’s LLC for a new Class C Liquor License to be located at 146 E. Chicago Boulevard. The Ivy Gallery presently occupies that building.The agenda also includes a public hearing for the city’s 2014 fiscal year budget with general fund appropriations of $4,965,800 and total property tax millage rate of 14.3966 mills.Council meetings take place in council chambers at city hall, beginning at 7:30 p.m.

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