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File #: RES 17-1666    Version: 2
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
In control: City Council
Final action: 12/6/2017
Title: Approving the application with conditions, per the Deputy Legislative Hearing Officer, to add a Liquor-Outdoor Service Area (Patio) license to the existing Liquor On Sale - 291 or more seats, and Liquor On Sale - Sunday licenses for the City of Saint Paul Parks and Recreation Department, d/b/a City House (License ID #20160002228), at 258 Mill Street.
Sponsors: Rebecca Noecker
Attachments: 1. Signed Conditions Affidavit, 2. Minutes, 3. Class N Application, 4. Floor Plan, 5. Applicant's Letter RE: Ent B License Withdrawal, 6. Applicant's Response to OBJECTION letters/emails, 7. Photographs of Patio Area, 8. Aerial Photo, 9. Street Level Photos, 10. STAMP Activity Report, 11. Police Incident Report, 12. Letters of Objection, 13. District Council Correspondence, 14. Letter of Support, 15. Notfication Letter, 16. Plat Map, 17. Zoning Map, 18. AMANDA Print Screen, 19. Sign-in Sheet
Related files: SR 17-136
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Approving the application with conditions, per the Deputy Legislative Hearing Officer, to add a Liquor-Outdoor Service Area (Patio) license to the existing Liquor On Sale - 291 or more seats, and Liquor On Sale - Sunday licenses for the City of Saint Paul Parks and Recreation Department, d/b/a City House (License ID #20160002228), at 258 Mill Street.

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WHEREAS, the City of Saint Paul Parks and Recreation Department, doing business as City House (License ID #20160002228), at 258 Mill Street has applied to add a Liquor-Outdoor Service Area (Patio) license to the existing Liquor On Sale - 291 or more seats, and Liquor On Sale - Sunday licenses; and

WHEREAS, two hundred thirty-eight (238) of residential residential properties are within a 300-foot radius of licensee's proposed license to add a Liquor Outdoor Service Area (Patio) license to the existing licenses and licensee must seek consent of neighboring residential properties and demonstrate that s/he were able to obtain 90% approval or, in the lesser case, 60% or more approval; and

WHEREAS, licensee sought support from a list of private residences provided by the Department of Safety and Inspection by signatures of approval on petitions; and

WHEREAS, licensee was unable to obtain the 90 percent (90%) consent but did obtain sixty percent (60%) or more consent; and

WHEREAS, licensee, per City of Saint Paul Legislative Code 409.06(g) (2) (c), was able to receive positive consent from one hundred forty-three (143) of residential owners (or 60.8%) of the possible two hundred thirty-eight (238) of residential properties, including support with conditions from the Fort Road Federation 9th District Council, and

WHEREAS, the Council finds that these efforts constitute a good-faith effort to fulfill all petition requirements, and that the results of the attempts to obtain signatures showed a generally favorable disposition from the surrounding community toward the proposed licensed activity; and

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