Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Having missed the court's previous deadline to construct the lane opposite their property on North Avenue, the Imbronone sisters now have until Oct. 15 to build the lane and reimburse Macomb for court costs accumulated during the dispute.
If owners of The Tavern at Tina’s fail to comply with the latest orders from a Macomb County Circuit Court judge, their business will be closed on Oct. 15. Ruling in the case of TTCH Development LLC vs. Macomb Township, Judge James Biernat, Jr. ordered TTCH (Tina's owners) to build a southbound bypass lane opposite the tavern's property on North Avenue and pay court costs accumulated by Macomb Township during the dispute by 5 p.m. Oct. 15 or face closure, according to court documents. These orders stem from the January 2011 consent judgment signed by TTCH Development and Macomb Township following some three years of legal disputes. Per the consent judgment, Tina’s owners, sisters Cathy and Mary Jo Imbronone, had until June 1 to build a …
Thursday, January 12, 2012
The owners of Tavern at Tina's and Tina's Country House will have until June 1 to build the bypass lane and finish the parking lot improvements required by their consent judgment with Macomb Township.
A traffic study conducted in the area of Tavern at Tina’s has found the need for a bypass lane to be constructed opposite the Tavern’s entrance on North Avenue. Court-ordered as part of the Tavern at Tina's/Tina's Country House consent judgment with Macomb Township, the study noted the danger of traffic backing up into the North Avenue-23 Mile Road intersection as a result of vehicles waiting on southbound North Avenue to turn left into the Tina properties. The township board voted Wednesday night to have the Macomb County Circuit Court set a June 1 deadline for the bypass lane to be built on the west side of North Avenue. Building the lane and completing the parking lot improvements approved earlier by the township Planning Commission are…
Tuesday, May 31, 2011
With the Tavern at Tina's officially open to the public, owner Catherine Imbronone gives Patch an inside look.
The doors are open at Tavern at Tina's in Macomb Township. Owner Catherine Imbronone talks about the restaurant, open for six weeks now. The menu offers fresh soups, salads, boneless breaded chicken, pasta Alfredo, fish and chips, and cannolis. Watch the video to check it out.
Friday, December 31, 2010
Tina's Country House will help 475 guests ring in the New Year with music, dancing and food at its 28th annual Bash.
New Year's Day marks the 29th year of service for Tina's Country House. To celebrate, Tina's will host its 28th annual New Year's Eve Bash two parties. "We have the gold room and we have the silver room and guests are welcome to go back and forth between the two throughout the night," said Cathy Imbrononi, owner of Tina's Country House. "They'll be two great parties at one great place." Last year was the first year Tina's offered the option of a double party celebration. This year tickets have sold out, and the Country House is expecting some 475 guests. The parties start at 8 p.m. on Dec. 31, with appetizers followed by a buffet dinner of prime rib, buttered roasted potatoes, pasta Alfredo and more. Guests will enjoy full bar service of …
Wednesday, December 22, 2010
Township trustees vote to accept settlement proposed by TTCH Development.
The three-year legal dispute between Macomb Township and the owners of Tina's Tavern has reached its final stage. The Macomb Township Board of Trustees voted unanimously on Tuesday to approve the consent judgment, or settlement, presented by TTCH Development, the owners of Tina's Country House and Tina's Tavern. Although this latest development is the closest the issue has come to resolution in three years, township Clerk Michael Koehs said until the judgment is signed and entered, it could still be changed. However, Koehs was quick to add the board did approve the consent judgment as it was proposed and he does not anticipate any additional changes. "There's a lot of the conditions I'm not at liberty to talk about right now until it's …
Monday, December 13, 2010
Although a settlement between Macomb Township and TTCH Development was expected today, the issue has been tabled until Dec. 21.
Although the Board of Trustees called a special meeting today to discuss the long-awaited settlement of a lawsuit between Macomb Township and TTCH Development, the issue has been tabled once again. The board will reopen discussion of the issue at its regular meeting on Dec. 21. "Under discussion, the board still had questions about minor things," said Michael Koehs, township clerk. "It's progressing, but we're not there yet." Koehs said he expects the board will reach a decision at its next meeting. Stemming from a lawsuit filed in 2008, the legal dispute between Macomb Township and TTCH Development, the owners of Tina's Country House, is entering its third year. Tina's Country House currently operates on the property at the southeast …