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March 18, 2009

Upcoming City Council Public Hearing – Andy’s Place – March 24

DLer Alice forwarded along some information regarding the public hearing about bars in residential mixed-use zoning districts. Voice your support for neighborhood bars:

Thank you for expressing your interest and comments on a proposed amendment to the City Zoning Ordinance’s “Table of Permitted and Conditional Uses in Residential Districts to allow private clubs as a Conditional Use in Residential Mixed-Use Zoning Districts. The proposed amendment is due to a petition by Mr. Lou Corsillo, who owns Andy’s Place Tavern at 479 East 300 South (Petition No. 400-46-45).

The attached information is provided as an outline of the discussion the City Council has held regarding conditions required and being considered, in order to allow private clubs in Residential Mixed Use (RMU) Zones. Please review the attachment, or you may review the material online at found in the material listed for March 24.

On Tuesday, March 24, 2009, the Salt Lake City Council will address this issue during their Council meeting at the City & County Building, 451 S. State Street, as follows:

Public Hearing at 7 p.m., City Council Chambers, Room 315

A Work Session discussion will also take place regarding this topic. Please obtain a copy of the Council meeting agenda 24 hours in advance of March 24, 2009 by visiting:

If you are unable to attend a City Council meeting, other options to view or listen to the meeting:

  • visit: and under the “Audio/Video Link” column listen to Council meetings live from a computer
  • view a rebroadcast of a City Council meeting on SLCTV cable channel 17
  • visit: to listen to a previous Council meeting or download a podcast
  • contact the City Recorder’s Office at 535-7671 and request a CD copy of a Council meeting or on this particular agenda item

If you are unable to attend the work session briefing or public hearing, and wish to submit additional comments:
Mail: Salt Lake City Council
451 S. State Street, Room 304
P.O. Box 145476
Salt Lake City, Utah 84114-5476


Email: [email protected]

Call 24-hour comment line: (801) 535-7654

Fax: (801) 535-7651

When providing additional information or comments to the Council, it is helpful to include your name, address, contact number, email, and submit a set of bullet points, such as:


Concerns/objections to the proposal

Aspects of the proposal you support

Questions you may have

Recommendations for solutions

Information you want to be sure the Council knows

Thank you.

by @ 8:46 am. Filed under Activism, Local Issues, Upcoming Events

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