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File #: Ord 15-72    Version: 2 Name:
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
In control: City Council
Final action: 12/16/2015
Title: Amending Chapter 17.07 of the Charter, pursuant to Minnesota Statutes § 410.12 subd. 7, regarding On-Sale Liquor Licenses issued to restaurants.
Sponsors: Chris Tolbert
Code sections: Sec. 17.07. - On-sale liquor licenses.
Attachments: 1. Letter of Transmittal regarding Charter Amendment to Charter Section 17 07, 2. Charter 17.07 Public Hearing Notice, 3. ProposedCharterAmendmentExecutiveSummary (003), 4. District 5 Letter, 5. Meeting Packet 11-10-15, 6. Highland District Council Resolution, 7. Minnesota Licensed Beverage Association Letter, 8. memo to charter commission on petition signatures, 9. Business Review Council letter of support, 10. District 1 Letter of Support, 11. Highland District Council Letter, 12. Chamber of Commerce Letter of Support, 13. Email Exchange, 14. 2015RestaurantOn-SaleLiquorLaws, 15. LiquorRestaurantDefintionComparison9-20151, 16. ProposedRestaurantDefintionOrdinanceChange, 17. City Clerk Transmittal Letter, 18. RES 15-1801, 19. Cervantes Email to Charter Commission, 20. Charter Commission Meeting Minutes 6-2-15, 21. Hendrickson Memo Suspending the Rules, 22. Availability-FullOnSaleLiquorLicenses (002), 23. 1707charterresolution, 24. ProposedRestaurantOn-SaleLiquorCharterAmendment (002), 25. SHA Support, 26. O'Brien Opposition email, 27. ESABA Letter of Support for Charter Amendment
Related files: CCI 15-2, RES 15-1801, Ord 15-73, Ord 15-61

Title

Amending Chapter 17.07 of the Charter, pursuant to Minnesota Statutes § 410.12 subd. 7, regarding On-Sale Liquor Licenses issued to restaurants.

 

Body

The Council of the City of Saint Paul does ordain:

 

Section 1.

 

Pursuant to Minnesota Statutes § 410.12, subd. 7, on November 10, 2015, the Saint Paul Charter Commission recommended to the City of Saint Paul that certain charter amendments, as more fully stated below, be made by ordinance.  Public notice has been given, and a public hearing has been held according to law.  The Council of Saint Paul, by unanimous vote, hereby amends Charter Section 17.07 as follows:

 

Section 2.

 

Sec. 17.07. - On-sale liquor licenses.

 

                     The issuance and location of on-sale intoxicating liquor licenses shall be subject to the provisions of this section; provided, that this shall not apply to or include on-sale wine licenses., or on-sale liquor licenses issued to restaurants.

 

Section 3.

 

This ordinance shall take effect ninety (90) days after passage, approval, and publication.

 

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