LA000097 - Carlos O'Bryans - 1724 & 1690 Stewart Avenue

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LA000097 - Carlos O'Bryans - 1724 & 1690 Stewart Avenue
Neighbourhood: Newcastle/Brechin    
Street Address: Carlos O'Bryans - 1724 & 1690 Stewart Avenue
Type of Application: Liquor Licence Application
File Number: LA000097
Date Application Submitted: October 10, 2013
Application Description: Application to permenantly amend an existing liquor primary license to increase the patron capacity from 120 patrons to 190 persons (165 patrons) for Carlos O'Bryan's Pub (former Muddy Waters).

Application supported by Council on 2013-NOV-18, letter sent to LCLB.
Application Status: COMPLETED
Applicant: CARLOS O'BRYAN'S PUB AND LIQUOR STORE
Completed Date: November 21, 2013

Process Steps

Task Status
APPLICATION RECEIVED

A new application has been received.

IN-PROGRESS
APPLICATION REVIEW

The application requires Staff review.

COMPLETED
COUNCIL-INFORMATION REPORT

The purpose of this report is to inform Council that the application has been received. Should Council choose to receive the report, comment sheets will be distributed to adjacent properties. Should Council choose not to receive the report, a letter will be issued to the Liquor Control and Licensing Branch (LCLB) informing that Council has opted out of providing an official recommendation.

COMPLETED
COUNCIL-FOR RECOMMENDATION

Council to consider the application and provide their official recommendation, which is forwarded to the Liquor Control and Licensing Branch (LCLB). The LCLB makes the final decision with respect to the application.

ACCEPTED
Drawings, Reports & Other Attachments
Posted: 11/21/2013 9:29:45 AM

Letter to the liquor branch that Council supports the application.

Posted: 11/21/2013 9:30:32 AM

Report to Council Regarding proposed liquor license change

Applicable Policies and Regulations
Newcastle and Brechin Neighbourhood Plan
Amendment to a Liquor Primary License
This document explains how the City reviews an application to permenantly change a liquor primary (pub or nightclub) license.
Liquor Control Strategy
This document was adopted by Council as Nanaimo's liquor control stragegy which is intended to guide Council when commenting on liquor license applications.
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