Outdoor On-Street Dining Program - Shared screen with speaker view
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903 Occupancy Permit
Will document be sent out to us too
We will send this out to everyone on the Columbus LRA mailing list.
To confirm, this process is intended for BOTH private lots AND street closures, correct?
Sounding like 903 permit for right of way/street and separate application to the Building Department if it's private property? But with similar site plan requirements?
Will City of Columbus allow temporary expansion premises to be non-contiguous from permit premises (i.e. separated by public sidewalk). Cleveland permits this with Affidavit from Permit Holder that patrons will not have alcohol in sidewalk area.
If you are doing this in your parking lot, then you wouldn't need something additional in regards to liquor control correct?
You always need Liquor Control's approval.
My name is Scott Simon, a liquor attorney and former chief legal counsel and lobbyist for the Ohio Division of Liquor Control. I am an attorney in private practice that concentrates my practice on Ohio Liquor Law. I was interested in listening to this program. Will this program also extend into parking lots. If a parking lot can be also included so there is a percent of the parking lot that cannot be used for outdoor tables?
How soon can we begin applying?
This link is for the Building and Zoning application for adapting parking lots.
Can you add David's email in the chat?
Temporary liquor expansion permit.
What barrier is needed? Concrete barrier or any other barrier permitted?
So the 903 permit is what we need to begin w/ for the street closure?
I believe there are guideline documents can you share those?
register in the “citizen’s access” portal?
Is temporary fencing (i.e. plastic/mesh) an acceptable barrier for a 903 closure or not?
Thank you for this session. Appreciate it