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File #: 21-399    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Motion Status: Passed
File created: 6/16/2021 In control: City Council
On agenda: 7/13/2021 Final action: 7/13/2021
Title: Consideration of New Liquor License Two Scouts Standing LLP dba Froggy Bottoms at 307 Water Street South.
City Council Meeting Date: July 13, 2021

To: Mayor and City Council
City Administrator

From: Lynette Peterson, City Clerk
Mark Elliott, Chief of Police

Subject:
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Consideration of New Liquor License Two Scouts Standing LLP dba Froggy Bottoms at 307 Water Street South.

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Action Requested:
The Northfield City Council approves a motion to approve the new liquor license for Two Scouts Standing LLP dba Froggy Bottoms, subject to the following conditions:
1. Liquor licenses will be issued upon receipt of:
* All required documents
* Payment of all delinquent taxes, assessments, utility bills or other financial claims of the city
* Payment of all remaining liquor license fees (Council waived all liquor license fees for 2021)
* Approval of the State Alcohol and Gambling Enforcement Division
* Final inspection of premises

2. Outdoor Dining Permit is approved for Two Scouts Standing LLP dba Froggy Bottoms subject to the following conditions:
* Final review and approval of layout and barriers proposed to be used by the Chief of Police
* Compliance with all terms and conditions noted in City Code Section 6-70 - Temporary expansion of licensed premises/outdoor sales and service
* Froggy Bottoms hours of operation: Monday - Saturday 11 - 10 pm and Sunday 11 am - 9 pm: with all tables, chairs and barriers removed from the Riverwalk each night after 10 pm.

Summary Report:
The presentation of this information is being provided at the public hearing prior to this agenda item. There will be no additional staff presentations, applicant input or public input under this item as it is being provided at the public hearing. The City Council will entertain a motion and then proceed with questions and discussion before considering action.

The City Council is being asked to consider the new liquor license request. City staff checks applications for compliance, which covers the provisions of Minnesota State law and City Code. These pr...

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