CALUC Letter – re Application for Food Primary Liquor Licence with Patron Participation – January Gin Joint & Eatery

Posted on February 4th, 2020 · Posted in Land Use, Letters, News

The DRA Land Use Committee (LUC) points out that introducing late night activities into a residential building “after the fact” should be considered through a different and much more powerful lens. Co-locating these types of uses in a heritage building with no sound mitigation, for the hours proposed that includes patron participation and entertainment will inevitably result in conflict between residents and the business operator(s) and destroy the liveability of the residential units. DRA LUC members strongly support a vibrant downtown that includes a variety of late night establishments but we cannot support this food primary licence application as proposed.

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