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File #: SR 22-138    Version: 1
Type: Staff Report Status: Archived
In control: Licensing Hearing
Final action: 7/28/2022
Title: License Application Summary for Shadey’s Tavern Inc. (License ID# 20210000229), d/b/a Shadey’s Tavern, Lee Sontoya, owner, 651-493-4660
Attachments: 1. Class N Application, 2. Floorplan, 3. Street Photos, 4. STAMP Activity Report, 5. Incident Report, 6. Objection #1, 7. Objection #1 follow-up, 8. Objection #2, 9. Objection #3, 10. Aerial Photo, 11. Zoning Map, 12. Plat Map, 13. 100' Property Ownership, 14. AMANDA Print Screen, 15. Vacant Building Approval 04-27-2022, 16. Class N Notification 2022, 17. Notification of License Hearing, 18. Shadey's Signed Conditions Affadavit
Related files: RES 22-1298
License Application Summary for Shadey’s Tavern Inc. (License ID# 20210000229), d/b/a Shadey’s Tavern, Lee Sontoya, owner, 651-493-4660

Located at
674 Dodd Rd, Ward 2

Application for
Liquor On Sale 100 seats or less, Liquor On Sale - Sunday, Entertainment (A) and Gambling Location licenses

Exiting License Conditions

Recommended Additional License Conditions
1. Per City of Saint Paul Legislative Code 411.02. Entertainment 'A' license does not allow for patron and/or performance dancing.
2. License holder agrees to operate the business in a manner consistent with the Business Summary dated 1/20/2021 and floor plans on file with the Department of Safety and Inspections (DSI). Licensee agrees to obtain written approval from DSI before making any substantive changes to the approved method of operation and/or floor plan.
3. License holder will create a video surveillance camera and lighting placement plan (video surveillance plan) for the interior and exterior of the licensed premises. License holder will submit the video surveillance plan to the Saint Paul Police Department (SPPD) liaison with the Department of Safety and Inspection (DSI) for review and approval. In accordance with the approved video surveillance plan, license holder will ensure that video surveillance camera system is in good working order, ensure it is recording 24 hours per day, ensure it can produce recorded surveillance video in a commonly used, up-to-date format, and ensure that accurate date and time of day are visible on all recorded video. License holder will retain surveillance video for a minimum of thirty (30) days. If an incident is deemed serious by SPPD, license holder shall make surveillance video immediately available for viewing by SPPD. If a copy of the surveillance video for a serious incident is requested by SPPD, license holder shall have the technology, materials and staff available to immediately make the copy. In all other cases, license holder s...

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