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Outdoor On-Street Dining Program - Shared screen with speaker view
Shoshanna Gross
18:25
903 Occupancy Permit
Amy Weikel
28:46
Will document be sent out to us too
Shoshanna Gross
29:20
We will send this out to everyone on the Columbus LRA mailing list.
Bob Szuter
30:16
To confirm, this process is intended for BOTH private lots AND street closures, correct?
Alicia Zambelli
31:46
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?
Alicia Zambelli
35:35
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.
Amy Weikel
35:49
If you are doing this in your parking lot, then you wouldn't need something additional in regards to liquor control correct?
Alicia Zambelli
36:02
You always need Liquor Control's approval.
Scott Simon
38:17
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?
Amberlyn-CMR
39:21
How soon can we begin applying?
Shoshanna Gross
39:44
https://www.columbus.gov/WorkArea/DownloadAsset.aspx?id=68352
Shoshanna Gross
41:10
This link is for the Building and Zoning application for adapting parking lots.
Jason B
45:29
Can you add David's email in the chat?
Shoshanna Gross
45:49
https://lps.com.ohio.gov/Permit/PremiseExpRequest
Shoshanna Gross
46:00
Temporary liquor expansion permit.
Shoshanna Gross
46:42
dldaniel@columbus.gov
Shoshanna Gross
46:48
David Daniel
Scott Simon
47:12
What barrier is needed? Concrete barrier or any other barrier permitted?
Bob Szuter
47:34
So the 903 permit is what we need to begin w/ for the street closure?
Jason B
47:43
I believe there are guideline documents can you share those?
Bob Szuter
48:18
register in the “citizen’s access” portal?
Alicia Zambelli
49:07
Is temporary fencing (i.e. plastic/mesh) an acceptable barrier for a 903 closure or not?
Scott Simon
51:12
Thank you for this session. Appreciate it