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File #: LA Resolution 06-2021    Name:
Type: LA Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 9/16/2021 In control: Licensing Authority
On agenda: 11/10/2021 Final action: 11/10/2021
Title: LA Resolution 06-2021: Approving a liquor license application for Social Bar and Lounge & Lounge #2, LLC. d/b/a Social Bar & Lounge, 240 Village Park Dr. Unit C, Littleton, CO 80120
Sponsors: Licensing Authority
Attachments: 1. 1. LA Resolution No. 06-2021, 2. 2. Application, 3. 3. LPD Memo, 4. 4. Proof of Posting of Premises, 5. 5. Proof of Publication, 6. 6. Boundary Map and Signed Waiver, 7. 7. Needs & Desires
Agenda Date: 11/10/2021

Subject:
Title
LA Resolution 06-2021: Approving a liquor license application for Social Bar and Lounge & Lounge #2, LLC. d/b/a Social Bar & Lounge, 240 Village Park Dr. Unit C, Littleton, CO 80120
Body

Prepared By:
Wendy Shea-Tamag, Deputy City Clerk

PURPOSE:
Whether to issue a Tavern liquor license to Social Bar and Lounge & Lounge #2, LLC. d/b/a Social Bar & Lounge.

PRESENTATIONS:
Staff Presenter(s): Colleen L. Norton, City Clerk
Additional Presenter(s): Steve Cominsky, Applicant
Carol Johnson, LiquorPros

SUMMARY:
The city has received an application for a second location for Social Bar & Lounge. The applicant applied, and was approved, for a Tavern license for the first location, located at 3625 W. Bowles Avenue, in 2019.

Legal Requirements
The following requirements are necessary for issuance of the license:

1. Notice (C.R.S. ? 44-3-311)

The posting and publication requirements of the Colorado Liquor Code have been met as follows:

Publication:
Notice of hearing was published in the local newspaper on October 21, October 28, and November 4, 2021
Posting:
Notice of hearing was posted on the premises on October 1, & October 25, 2021

2. Possession of the premises (C.R.S. ? 44-3-301(3)(b))

The applicant has submitted a copy of a lease dated July 27, 2021 valid through 2031.

3. Suitability of the premises (C.R.S. ? 44-3-309(3))

The applicant has submitted a floor plan.

4. Whether existing similar liquor licenses in the designated neighborhood are inadequate to meet the needs and desires of the neighborhood (C.R.S. ? 44-3-312(2)(a))

When considering this requirement, the Authority should refer to C.R.S. ? 44-3-312(2)(a) which states:

C.R.S. ? 44-3-312 Results of investigation-decision of authorities. (2)(a) Before entering any decision approving or denying the application, the local licensing authority shall consider, except where this article specifically provides otherwise, the facts and evidence adduced a...

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