Hitching Post permit for outdoor activities may be revoked, city of Apache Junction says

Patrons of The Hitching Post Saloon who contributed their time, building supplies and Western memorabilia to construct an Old West town facade at the Hitching Post restaurant at 2341 N. Apache Trail in Apache Junction./File photo

 

By Richard H Dyer | Apache Junction Independent

The possible revocation of a conditional use permit for outdoor entertainment activities at Hitching Post Restaurant, 2341 and 2345 N. Apache Trail, will be heard by the Apache Junction Planning and Zoning Commission in 2019 after hearings are held with the board of adjustment over other matters.

The Apache Junction City Council last summer granted a permit to Mehmood Mohiuddin, owner of the Hitching Post Restaurant, to conduct certain outdoor entertainment activities, subject to conditions of approval, some of which were time sensitive.

“Back in May of 2018, the City Council approved a resolution allowing Mr. Mohiuddin, owner of the Hitching Post, to conduct various outdoor activities on his property,” Rudy Esquivias, senior planner for the city of Apache Junction, said at the planning commission’s Dec. 11 meeting.

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