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File #: Ord 16-2    Version: 1
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
In control: City Council
Final action: 2/24/2016
Title: Amending Chapter 409 of the Saint Paul Legislative Code to prohibit the issuance of Consumption and Display Permits.
Sponsors: Russ Stark
Attachments: 1. CF #89-1082 - Ordinance #17676 - Repeal of Chapter 404 Aug 24th 1989, 2. DC Ordinance Staff Report
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2/17/20161 City Council Public Hearing Closed; Laid Over to Fourth Reading/Final AdoptionPass Action details Meeting details Video Video
2/10/20161 City Council Laid Over to Third Reading/Public Hearing  Action details Meeting details Video Video
2/3/20161 City Council Laid Over to Second Reading  Action details Meeting details Video Video

Amending Chapter 409 of the Saint Paul Legislative Code to prohibit the issuance of Consumption and Display Permits.



Section 409.03 of the Saint Paul Legislative Code is hereby amended to read as follows:

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       SECTION 1

Sec. 409.03. - Number of Licenses

(a)                     In the downtown business district, and in all commercial development districts as defined in section 17.07.1 of the City Charter, on-sale licenses shall be issued only to hotels, clubs, restaurants and establishments for the sale of on-sale liquors exclusively. In all other areas of the city, licenses shall be issued only to hotels, restaurants and private nonprofit colleges, provided however, that establishments holding licenses on August 16, 1995 shall not be affected by this limitation, but shall be entitled to have such licenses renewed so long as they are in compliance with all other requirements of law and there exist no grounds for adverse actions against such licenses. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the following exceptions shall apply:

(1)                     A new license may be issued for a location in such other areas of the city if there had previously been an on-sale intoxicating liquor license issued for that location, unless:

a.                     The previous license had been revoked by the council for any reason other than nonpayment of license fees within the previous fifteen (15) years; or

b.                     The previous license had terminated or expired more than two (2) years before the new license had been first applied for; or

(2)                     An existing on-sale intoxicating liquor license may be allowed to move into another location in the cit...

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