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File #: 0182X-2020    Version: 1
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 11/13/2020 In control: Public Safety Committee
On agenda: 11/23/2020 Final action: 11/25/2020
Title: To object to the renewal of liquor permit number 95561790005 issued to WHEATLAND FOODS INC., which is doing business as WHEATLAND FOODS, located at 1432 Mt. Vernon Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43203.
Attachments: 1. Wheatland Foods Objection
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To object to the renewal of liquor permit number 95561790005 issued to WHEATLAND FOODS INC., which is doing business as WHEATLAND FOODS, located at 1432 Mt. Vernon Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43203.


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WHEREAS, City Council desires to object pursuant to Sections 4303.271 and 4303.292 of the Ohio Revised Code to the renewal of liquor permit number 95561790005 held by WHEATLAND FOODS INC., doing business as WHEATLAND FOODS, located at 1432 Mt. Vernon Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43203.

WHEREAS, evidence from the Columbus Division of Police and the Columbus City Attorney’s office (see attached file “Columbus Division of Police Letter WHEATLAND FOODS - WHEATLAND FOODS) was presented to City Council as to the suitability of this permit holder and establishment to maintain liquor permit number 95561790005; and

WHEREAS, it is necessary to object to the renewal of this liquor permit to preserve the public health, peace, property, safety and welfare; now therefore,

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF COLUMBUS:

Section 1. That the Columbus City Council desires to object pursuant to state statue to the renewal of liquor permit number 95561790005 held by WHEATLAND FOOD INC., doing business as WHEATLAND FOODS, located at 1432 Mt. Vernon Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43203.

Section 2. That the City Council, based on evidence provided by the Columbus Division of Police and the Columbus City Attorney’s office, hereby finds that the permit holder at such premises has operated the liquor permit business in a manner that demonstrates a disregard for the law, regulations or local ordinances of this state and city, which is a basis to refuse the renewal of a liquor permit under R.C. 4303.292(A)(1)(b); and further, the Council finds that the permit premises is so located with respect to the neighborhood that substantial interference with public decency, sobriety, peace or good order would result from the renewal of the permit and operation thereunder by the applicant, ...

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