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Meeting Name: LICENSES COMMITTEE Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 1/5/2022 9:00 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Room 301-B, City Hall
This is a virtual meeting. Those wishing to view the proceedings are able to do so via the City Channel - Channel 25 on Spectrum Cable - or on the Internet at http://city.milwaukee.gov/citychannel.
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211406 01.CommunicationCommunication from the Milwaukee Police Department relating to its policies and procedures for patrol and policing entertainment districts and venues in downtown Milwaukee in general and for the "Code Red" initiative in particular.

Minutes note:  Ald. Bauman said that there was an extensive hearing for ELEMNT on the last cycle and that there was a significant discussion about what MPD do and do not do relative to policing of large entertainment venues such as ELEMNT and that is the specific cause for bringing this file forward to discuss the policy of MPD regarding patrolling and enforcement of these major night clubs because allegations were made that the police in fact was an instigator of trouble instead of mitigate the trouble. Also said that in the more general subject (started last summer) large crowds were gathering on Water St not only in connection with the Bucks' win but on Fridays and Saturdays as well and were not patronizing businesses or bars. Explained that constituents contacted his office because of the noise, loitering, speeding cars, racing cars, underage drinking, disorder and criminal behavior with no arrests so he thinks that the Police Department must answer all the questions because they have the discretion to arrest and press charges and that also will be useful for him, for the committee and the council to understand the policy when responding to these type of disorders and what the council representing the community want them to do. Nick DeSiato from MPD made a presentation with a map of the Code Red Development Area and said that all "Policies and Procedures" related to Code Red are documented on operation plans and made clear that Code Red is not designed to provide security for the businesses but to provide a safe environment for the patrons. Explained that Code Red is between 7 pm and 3 am on Friday and Saturdays only within the map area and times and highlighted that there has been a 77% increase on calls for service. Mr. De Siato said that received a clear message from Chief Norman that MPD wants to be responsive to the elected officials. The presentation was added to the file. Ald. Coggs asked if any of the bars on the map area has hired any off duty police officers for security. MPD said that no bar in the red code area or anywhere in the city have hired off duty police officers. Ald. Perez said that there is record of the use of the Code Red at one establishment on his district. Ald. Bauman said that the presentation was helpful but wants to know what is the operating plan, the use of the force policy. What the police is supposed to do?, What are the instructions to the officers? Ald. Coggs said that there is a lot that can be done to control larger crowds and that P33 are summarized and that it is difficult to measure or how drastic the situation it was but as for ELEMNT; the report said that one member of the staff was throwing a chair to a patron and no citation were given to that employee. Ald. Bauman said that the file must be held open to invite also others to weigh in and to keep the conversation going. Ald. Kovac said that the typical issue is crowds and fights outside from bars so that is the problem that must be addressed at this committee and to include more bar owners in this conversation. Beth Weirick - from Responsible Hospitality Institute - Said that it is a city wide issue and believes that the city should utilize resources proactively instead of reactively. Added that visitors and tourists are here to spend money and support businesses and jobs and there must be a conversation. Omar Shaikh - said that the business owners must to come together eventually to address the current behavior. Added that there are no movies theaters on the north side for example and he is ready to support initiatives like that. Felicia Moore - Community Activist said that she has a viable solution for this matter and that she has already started it. Bobby Wilgen - said that Code Red is very important and that he has supported the work that MPD has done. Ald. Kovac moved to hold the file to the call of chair. (Prevailed 5-0)
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211360 02.MotionMotion relating to the recommendations of the Licenses Committee relating to licenses.

Minutes note: 14 KRUSE, Bradley A, Agent for "Nonfiction LLC", Class B Tavern and Food Dealer License Applications for "Nonfiction Natural Wines" at 2563 S Kinnickinnic Av. The applicant said that they already operate a retail shop a block and half away but they are looking to expand their business at this location. Individuals also present: Ms. Terry Williams said that Ald. Dimitrijevic supports the application. Ald. Borkowski moved approval. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: 14 MERAZ AGUILERA, Jorge, Agent for "Verde Holdings LLC", Class B Tavern and Public Entertainment Premises License Applications Requesting Disc Jockey, Jukebox, Bands, Karaoke, 5 Amusement Machines, Patrons Contests and Patrons Dancing for "The George Tavern" at 3021 S 13th St. The applicant was present and said that this bar has been in business over 20 years and plans on keep on doing the same. Individuals also present: Ms. Terry Williams said that Ald. Dimitrijevic supports the application. Ald. Borkowski moved approval. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: 10 ADAMS, Bryant L, Agent for "Battlebox Cafe & Lounge LLC", Public Entertainment Premises License Transfer Application Adding Instrumental Musicians, Bands and 1 Pool Table for "Battlebox Cafe & Lounge" at 5419 W Lisbon Av. The applicant was present along with Bryant Wilcox and explained that they are adding a pool table and music in the entire venue. Individuals also present: Ald. Murphy said that this is a very substantial change from a video game store to a private video game lounge club. The applicant said that the live music will be played while people is playing tournaments and that the lounge won't be open to the general public. Added that the music and the pool table is another type of entertainment for their members. Ald. Murphy said that he has no objection. Ald. Perez moved approval. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: 08 MANN, Jatinder K, Agent for "Mann Family, LLC", Class A Malt & Class A Liquor and Food Dealer License Renewal Applications with Transfer of Stock for "Orchard Food Mart" at 2201 W ORCHARD St. (Expired 12/16/2021) The applicant was present and said that she was not contacted to provide the surveillance video and expressed her concern as well. Individuals also present: Ald. Zamarripa had technical difficulties so Ald. Coggs called for a recess at 10:24 AM Meeting resume 10:26 AM Ald. Zamarripa said that the police report says that two employees refused to cooperate and that she is also concerned that the agent is not aware about the surveillance's video request. Added that this business must be a partner with the community because of the critical location. Rupinder Mann (husband) said that they have a couple of incidents every month and that they cooperate with MPD and that those two employees were let go back in September 28th. Added that he does not know if the employees were involved in the incident because they even closed the store that day and said that the neighbors also complained about the employees as well. Mr. Mann said that they have a very good quality surveillance system. Ald. Zamarripa said that she wanted to confirm that they have terminated the employment of the two individuals cited on the police report. Mr. Mann confirmed the termination. Ald. Zamarripa recommended renewal with a Warning Letter and she wants to make sure that Mr. Mann understands his commitment to the neighborhood. Ald. Borkoswki moved renewal with a warning letter based on the police report. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: 08 PEREZ MONROY, Jorge, Agent for "Restaurant Y Taqueria La Esperanza, LLC", Class B Tavern License Application for "La Esperanza" at 2028 W MITCHELL St. Ald. Zamarripa said that she was surprised that the applicant did not appear. Ald. Kovac moved to hold the application to the call of the chair for first nonappearance. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: 08 HERNANDEZ-GASPAR, Monica, Agent for "La Caleta LLC", Class B Tavern, Food Dealer and Public Entertainment License Renewal Applications for "La Caleta Restaurant & Bar" at 1801 S Muskego Av. (Expired 11/28/2021) The applicant was present and said that she was not working at "La Caleta" but her brother and partner went to the MPD offices to fill out some papers and she was told that everything was fixed. Individuals also present: Ald. Coggs asked Ms. Hernandez if she had an explanation for the items on the police report specifically. Ms. Hernandez said that her partner is working to keep the place safe, tried to add more cameras and more security, woking in everything and always cooperating with showing the footage of the cameras. Ald. Borkowski noted that five incidents on 2021 occurred within three months and that he is concerned and curious about the alderperson's opinion. Ald. Zamarripa said that she is concerned about this business and that she called District 2 to do a further research on the premises and said that a total six shot spotter police reports have come out from this address and nothing has been done even after the police requested a new public safety plan. Added that they are all disturbing incidents including one patron being robbed after he left the bar and when the patron tried to get some help at the bar, the bar closed the door on him. The applicant said that she has owned the building for six years and used to rent it and that she had a lot of problems with the previous tenant (named Jose Luis) and that her partner who lives above the bar now, has bought the building now. Added that the previous tenant had minors living upstairs and that herself called the police because the neighbors reported that they were stealing stuff from cars. Said that after her partner bought the building they started to work on fixing everything. Ald. Perez wanted to verify for how long has owned the building and how long it took to get rid of the tenants. The applicant said that six months ago and that within a month they got rid of tenants. The applicant also said that she hopes that she gets a chance to fix this because some people rely on these jobs and that she will keep it as a family business. Ald. Zamarripa said that she appreciated the context that the applicant provided. and asked the applicant if they are still serving food. Added that she was unaware that the applicant bought the building and asked why she did not take the chance to resubmit a new public safety plan when MPD offered it. The applicant said that they still serving food and that she was busy with her baby's birth and she was told by her brother and partner that they took care of it. Ald. Zamarripa thanked the applicant for investing in the district and asked her for a meeting to discuss these shot spotter calls from this location and that she is willing to reconsider in renewing the licenses with a 2 week suspension in order and her desire to put together a public safety plan. Ald. Perez moved renewal with a 14 day suspension based on police report, aldermanic and applicant testimony. (Prevailed 5-0) Ald. Coggs said to the applicant the she hopes that she uses the 14 days suspension to come up with a public safety plan.
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Minutes note: 05 JEFFERSON, Alex L, Agent for "AJ Auto Sales, LLC", Secondhand Motor Vehicle Dealer's License Application - Wholesale Only for "AJ Auto Sales" at 7846A W APPLETON Av. Applicant was not present. Ald. Dodd said that her office has made several tries to contact the applicant with no luck and that she is aware that they are operating without a license. Ald. Dodd moved denial. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: 12 EWAN, Shana Y, Class B Tavern and Public Entertainment Premises License Applications Requesting Disc Jockey, Patron Contests, Patrons Dancing, 1 Pool Table and Movie Projector Screen on Stage for Music Videos for "The Chi Lounge" at 2000 S 13th St. The applicant said that she is trying to bring a Chicago style lounge with house music and no rap with drinks and food for mature clientele. Individuals also present: Ald. Perez said that he is not aware about the establishment having a full commercial kitchen. Ms. Ewan said that there is no commercial kitchen available and that she will be using a pizza oven and hot dogs, etc. Ald. Perez asked the applicant if she was aware or informed by the building owner about the issues from previous tenants. Ms. Ewan said that she was not informed but has placed surveillance cameras to monitor inside and outside and that also have talked to neighbors and with MPD for guidance to help to keep the area secure and that safety is her main concern as well. Ald. Perez wanted to make sure that she understands that when patrons leave the bar, they are her responsibility still. Ms. Ewan said that she is aware of it and that she is willing to amend the hours. Ald. Perez moved to amend the hours operations to close Sun - Thur at 12:00 am because it is a very residential area. Ald. Perez moved approval as amended. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: 12 HUERTA, Everly, Agent for "EL SAZON DE JALISCO LLC", Food Dealer License Renewal Application for "El Sazon de Jalisco" at 1039 W National Av. (Expired 11/3/2021) The applicant appeared with an interpreter. Individuals also present: Ald. Perez said that this application was brought to committee because of the trash complaint filed months ago so he wants to know what has been done. The applicant said that she has written down the schedule when she goes out to clean up and that she has reviewed the lease agreement and that she is not responsible of the outside of the building but willing to do something about it. Ald. Perez moved approval. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: 04 WABISZEWSKI, Michael A, Agent for "HOWL MILWAUKEE, LLC", Class B Tavern, Food Dealer, Sidewalk Dining and Public Entertainment Premises License Applications Requesting Instrumental Musicians, Disc Jockey, Bands, Patrons Dancing and 2 Pianos for "Howl At The Moon" at 1103 N MARTIN L KING JR DR. The applicant said that the item on the police report happened under the previous ownership. Added that he has done a whole remodeling and new staff has been hired to host a piano and sing along bar. Individuals also present: Ald. Bauman said that the location has been licensed several years and that even if this is a new ownership wants to ask the applicant what can be done to avoid a repeat of the issues listed on police reports from the past ten years. The applicant said that this business model has over 25 years of experience in different cities and that there will be charging a cover fee which helps with the clientele because they are looking for this type of entertainment, that has a professional staff and that the surroundings and neighbors are important to them. Ald. Bauman said that he has no objections. Ald. Borkowski moved approval. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: 04 CURRAN, Tyler T, Agent for "Fivebirds LLC", Class B Tavern, Food Dealer and Public Entertainment Premises License Applications Requesting Instrumental Musicians, Disc Jockey, Bands, Patrons Contests, Dancing-Performers, Patrons Dancing and 2 Concert for "The Starling" at 102 N WATER St. The applicant was present along with Ramsey Renno and said that currently own two venues on Walker's Point and looking to expand operations at this location. Individuals also present: Ald. Bauman said that he has issues with the business plan because it is almost the same business model as before and that the noise emanating from the Riverwalk patio is the main concern and creates some conflict with the neighbors. Added that there are residential buildings where noise is a sensitive subject and wants to hear from the applicant how is he going to address the condominium owners complaints. The applicant said that his purpose is to enhance and beautify the area and that they have reached the condo association and have had a conversation with the board. Added that they have received a great feedback because they are not running a night club or a bar but private events only where the peak season will be during the summer until mid October. Added that they have experience in handling the music levels while operating the other venues. Ald. Bauman said that he wanted to be very clear that he supports the license today but that he does not want to hear noise complaints from residents and from brides for not following contracts because he won't support the renewal. Ald. Perez moved approval and added that he knows the applicants from doing business at his district. (Prevailed 5-0).
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Minutes note: 04 VITUCCI, Michael J, Agent for "Uncle Bucks Red Star on 3rd, Inc", Class B Tavern, Food Dealer, Sidewalk Dining, Public Entertainment Premises and Loading Zone License Renewal Applications for "Uncle Bucks on 3rd" at 1125 N Dr Martin L King Jr DR. (Expires 2/7/2022) The applicant said that the item on police report was accurate. Individuals also present: Ald. Bauman said that he has no objection to renew it with a warning letter. Ald. Borkowski moved renewal with a warning letter based on the police report. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: 04 TUSLER, Nathan T, Agent for "Double Dragon MKE LLC", Class B Tavern and Public Entertainment Premises License Renewal Applications for "White Tail" at 1110 N Dr Martin L King Jr DR. (Expired 12/13/2021) The applicant was not present. Individuals also present: Ald. Bauman said that the license is expired and operating with a provisional license but he is concerned with the six items on the police report which is an issue. Added that he is willing to hold the application. Ald. Kovac moved to hold the application to the call of the chair for first nonappearance. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: 04 VAILLANCOURT, Erica E, Agent for "Interstate Parking Company LLC", Parking Lot and Weights & Measures License Renewal Applications for "Interstate Parking Company LLC" at 534 N Broadway. (Expired 1/14/2021) The applicant was present along with Tony Janowiec. Individuals also present: Ald. Bauman explained that this parking lot occupies half of the block and that it is a very desirable location but has no fencing, no landscaping and over the last several years has been a constant complaint from neighbors. Added that the owners of the Kimpton Hotel, the Distillery, Black Husk have complained about fights, noise at this location but that no neighbors are present to testify and that if the neighbors do not show up at the hearing, they have no stand to complain anymore. Said that he no longer cares about this lot because there are no basis not to renew it the license because there are no items on the police report and no neighbors are present. Mr. Janowiec said that they are working on the issues that Ald. Bauman brought up. Ald. Kovac asked them to continue working on those issues. Ald. Borkowski said that after hearing Ald. Bauman's testimony he will give the constituents the benefit of the doubt and moved renewal. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: 13 REA, Elia A, Agent for "LYON IV LLC", Recycling, Salvaging, or Towing Premises License Application Dealing, Storing and/or Transporting Junk/Valuable Metal, Waste Tires and Salvaged Motor Vehicle Parts (Including secondhand tires and batteries) for "Velasquez Auto Care" at 3477 S 16th St. The applicant was present. Individuals also present: Ald. Spiker said that there was a change on the hours of operations and wanted to make sure that neighbors are respected following the hours sharply. The applicant clarified that they are a new ownership and that they will be closed on Sundays. Mr. Cooney confirmed that the application does not reflect the changes that the applicant has mentioned. Ald. Dodd moved to hold the application to the call of the chair so the applicant can submit the proper changes (legal entity and hours of operation) to the license division. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: 13 SANCHEZ NAVARRO, Alfredo, Agent for "ASM Towing & Recovery LLC", Recycling, Salvaging, or Towing Premises License Application Requesting Non-Consensual Towing for "ASM Towing & Recovery LLC" at 4400 S 13TH St #F. The applicant appeared with an interpreter. Individuals also present: Ald. Spiker said that this address is from a storage unit so he asked the License Division to clarify if it is possible. Mr. Cooney said that there is a hold from the Department of Neighborhood Services so they must wait for the report. Ald. Spiker says that he is willing to wait for the report because he does not think that this license can operate from a storage unit. Ald. Borkowski moved to hold the application to the call of the chair. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: 13 BRATEL, Dennis D, Class B Tavern, Food Dealer and Public Entertainment Premises License Renewal Applications with Change of Hours of Operation From Opening at 10:00 AM Sun -Sat and Closing at 10:00 PM on Sun; 12:00 AM on Mon-Thu and at 1:30 AM Fri & Sat To Open at 8:00 AM and Close at10:00 PM Sun - Sat for "GATORS PUB" at 601 E BOLIVAR Av. (Expires 1/20/2022) The applicant was present and had no comments on the police report item. Individuals also present: Ald. Spiker said that he has no issues with the renewal in general but the change of hours it is an issue because there is a school in the proximity and neighbors are concerned. The applicant said that he has lived there for 18 years and that he never had an issue before and that school starts at 7:15 am so he will open after the school starts. Added that he is always looking to avoid traffic issues. Ald. Spiker said that it is a quiet neighborhood and does not want to see it affected by this change of hours. Ald. Borkowski asked Ald. Spiker if he is willing to accept to open at 8:30 am Ald. Borkowski moved to amend the hours of operation to open at 9:00 am from Mon - Sat and at 8:00 on Sundays. Ald. Borwoski moved renewal as amended. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: 06 DOTY, Tra-don, Agent for "Nstantly Towing LLC", Recycling, Salvaging or Towing Vehicle License Application Requesting Non-Consensual Towing; Collecting/Delivering Junk and Valuable Metal and Collecting/Delivering Salvaged Motor Vehicle Parts (including secondhand tires/batteries) for "Nstantly Towing" at 632 E CENTER St. The applicant said that the gun incident on the police report happened around 2016 when he was around the wrong people but he has satisfied/completed it. Added that the second item is for not following the traffic signs. Explained that he needs this license for transporting junk and towing vehicles and no storage will be done at the premises. Ald. Coggs asked how is he going to address the issues held with the previuos owners. Mr. Doty said that no street parking will be allowed and nothing will be stored at the premises and no dogs on the premises and that he has corrected everything on his end. Ald. Coggs asked Mr. Cooney a clarification of the type of license. Mr. Cooney said it is for the vehicle so no storage is allowed on the premises. Ald. Coggs asked about the tires. The applicant said that he is not transporting tires and it was confirmed by Mr. Cooney that is not reflected on the application. Ald. Kovac moved approval. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: 06 GILL, Sandeep S, Agent for "Gas N Go Enterprises, Inc.", Extended Hours Establishments; Filling Station, Food Dealer and Weights & Measures License Renewal Applications for "Gas N Go Enterprises, Inc." at 1909 W Hopkins St. (Expires 1/31/2022) The applicant was present and said that after the item on the police report from March 7 happened, he has increased lighting, added cameras just to prevent this from happening again. Added that has submitted proof of it to the committee this morning. (Some photographs and an e-mail were added to file by YMH) Individuals also present: Ald. Coggs said that she had the opportunity to meet with the applicant to talk about the items on the police report and that she talked to the neighbors as well. Added that the applicants has always worked with the neighborhood and that no objections were filed so she had no objection to recommend the renewal with a warning letter. Ald. Borkowski moved renewal with a warning letter. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: 06 NICHOLSON, Darrell C, Agent for "ATKINSON BEER & LIQUOR MART, INC", Class A Malt & Class A Liquor License Renewal Applications for "ATKINSON BEER & LIQUOR MART, INC" at 1101 W ATKINSON Av. (Expires 2/9/2022) The applicant was present and said that he had no comments on the police report because he did everything that he was asked for. Individuals also present: Ald. Coggs asked to continue to work on making sure people do not double park and added that she supports the renewal. Ald. Borkowski moved renewal. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: 06 HENDERSON, Jeffery L, Agent for "PNC Investment Limited", Class B Tavern and Public Entertainment Premises License Renewal Applications Requesting to Add Disc Jockey for "Level's on North" at 634 W North Av. (Expired 12/14/2021) The applicant was present and said that he was not open when the police came regarding the item on the police report. Added that sign comes on automatically and that it was him, the bartender and two other people and that he took responsibility for not having receipts for the liquor because it has been there for months. Individuals also present: Ald. Coggs asked Sargent Velasquez "something" (It was hard to hear because there was cell phone ringing during the hearing). Sargent Velasquez said that the applicant was arrested for other warrants that were not part of that investigation. Ald. Coggs said that she is not comfortable adding a disc jockey because the place is so small and for the issues with the location so she is not in support for the disc jockey part of it at this time but that she is willing to review a request for special permit. Added that she recommends renewal but no disc jockey. The applicant said that he has no problem with the disc jockey part of it. Ald. Coggs moved renewal with a warning letter and to hold the application for the disc jockey. Ald, Perez moved renewal with a warning letter based on the police report and to hold the application for a disc jockey to the call of the chair. (Prevailed 5-0) Recess at 12:46 pm Convened at 1:10 pm
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Minutes note: 07 MAHAN, Arthur R, Agent for "SAAM Development LLC", Home Improvement Contractor's License Renewal Application for "SAAM Development LLC" at 2469 W AUER Av. (Expired 3/7/2021) Ald. Kovac moved denial based on second nonappearance. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: DE BAKER, Tiffany A Class D Operator’s License Renewal Application Ald. Dodd moved denial based on second nonappearance. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: GAMM, John R Class D Operator’s License Renewal Application Als. Borkowski moved to hold the application to the call of the chair for first nonappearance. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: GLADNEY, Darryl Class D Operator’s License Renewal Application Mr. Cooney said that the notice was returned undeliverable yesterday and that the applicant filed the application online. Ald. Kovac moved denial based on second nonappearance. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: LOPEZ, Janet Class D Operator’s License Renewal Application Ald. Kovac moved to hold the application to the call of the chair for first nonappearance. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: LINDLBAUER, Paige L Class D Operator’s License Renewal Application Ald. Dodd moved denial based on second nonappearance. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: JOHNSON, Brittney M Class D Operator’s License Renewal Application Ald. Borkowski moved denial based on second nonappearance. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: MELENDEZ, Brenda Class D Operator’s License Renewal Application Ald. Kovac moved denial based on second nonappearance. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: PAYNE, Marie A Class D Operator’s License Renewal Application Ald. Dodd moved to hold the application to the call of the chair for first nonappearance. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: RUSH, Roderick R Class D Operator’s License Renewal Application The applicant was present and requested 90 days to satisfy the item. Individuals also present: Ald. Borkowski moved approval and to issue the license after the applicant has satisfied the fines/warrants. (Prevailed 5-0) (The applicant had a lot of feedback on the call and was hard to hear at times).
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Minutes note: SULLIVAN, India S Class D Operator’s License Renewal Application Ald. Kovac moved to hold the application to the call of the chair for first nonappearance. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: BENITEZ, Anayeli Class D Operator’s License Application The applicant was present and said that she has paid the fines and that a hearing is going on since Covid but she has not heard back yet. Individuals also present: Ald. Coggs asked her how the committee can be confident of granting this license and not serving alcohol to underage. The applicant explained that at time she did not have a stable job and now she is given the opportunity to make more money as a bartender and that she is turning things around and planning going back to school. Ald. Borkowski moved approval. (Prevailed 4-1)
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Minutes note: BOLLING, Dylan Class D Operator’s License Application The applicant was present and said that for the second OWI he does not have a license and a car and that it should not be a problem. Individuals also present: Ald. Kovac moved approval. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: DOBBS, Gregory Class D Operator’s License Application Ald. Perez moved to hold the application to the call of the chair for first nonappearance. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: JANKOWSKI, John Class D Operator’s License Application The applicant was present and said that since the incident on the police report has been sober and clean and no more incidents. Individuals also present: Ald. Kovac moved approval. (Prevailed 4-1)
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Minutes note: JOHNSON, Reginald J Class D Operator’s License Application Ald. Dodd moved to hold the application to the call of the chair for first nonappearance. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: KOPPLIN, Keanen Class D Operator’s License Application Ald. Borkowski moved to hold the application to the call of the chair for first nonappearance. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: MINOR, Carly M Class D Operator’s License Application The applicant was present and said that she made those mistakes when she was young and that she has graduated from college and this license will help her a lot financially. Indivisuals also present: Ald. Borkowski moved approval. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: PABST, Kimberly R Class D Operator’s License Application Mr. Cooney said that Ms. Pabst contacted the License Division to withdrawn the application. Ald. Kovac moved to accept the withdrawn of the application. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: THOMAS, Stefan R Class D Operator’s License Application The applicant was present said that the first charge was not alcohol related but a drug addiction problem and that the second it is an OWI that it has ruined his life. Individuals also present: Ald. Coggs asked him if he has a job. The applicant said that he is a security guard and that he has given the opportunity to bartender at the same location with the chance to make more money. Ald. Borkoswki moved approval. (Prevailed 5-0) The meeting paused at 1:41 pm Convened at 1:52 pm
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Minutes note: 15 SULTAN, Aftab, Agent for "Sultan Enterprises LLC", Extended Hours Establishments; Filling Station, Food Dealer and Weights & Measures License Renewal Applications for "Lisbon BP" at 2624 W Lisbon Av. (Expires 1/31/2022) Atty. Jeff Guerard appeared with the applicant and said that regarding the shooting on the police report, we must read a little further because it says that no gun was involved in the incident. Added that the clerks were cooperative on the other two incidents and that his client recently remodeled the entire building and added a better surveillance system. The client had a part time security but has hired a full time security now and no incidents so far. Mr. Dameon Ellzey on behalf of Ald. Stamper said that the applicant has met with Ald. Stamper and that he has no objections to renew the license with a warning letter. Ald. Borkowski moved renewal with a warning letter. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: 15 KHUTTAN, Hemant, Agent for "Lisbon Mobil LLC", Extended Hours Establishments, Filling Station, Food Dealer and Weights & Measures License Renewal Applications for "Mobil Gas Station" at 4950 W Lisbon Av. (Expires 1/31/2022) Atty. Vincent Bobot appeared on behalf of the applicant and said that he personally talked to Ald. Stamper and came out with a safety plan that it is already in place and that his client has a good relationship with the neighbors/community having a decrease on incidents as a result. Mr. Ellzey on behalf Ald. Stamper said that what Atty. Bobot talked about the meeting and the plan and that Ald. Stamper recommends renewal with a warning letter. Ald. Perez moved renewal with a warning letter. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: 15 BENIPAL, Simranjeet S, Agent for "WISCONSIN BENIPAL, LLC", Extended Hours Establishments; Filling Station, Food Dealer and Weights & Measures License Renewal Applications for "LISBON GAS & FOOD" at 3033 W LISBON Av. (Expires 1/31/2022) Atty. Samantha from OVB Law appeared with the applicant. Atty said that none of the items on the police report involve the agent and/or the staff and that her client has worked with MPD in order to assist MPD's invetigations with providing a quality footage to follow up any criminal activity around the premises. Added that her client requests renewal. Mr. Ellzey said that he spoke with the owner today and that he has been part of the community from long ago now but based on the lenghty report and warning letter to move forward.
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Minutes note: 07 PHULARA, Govind, Agent for "CAPITOL KHAPTAD INC", Class A Fermented Malt Beverage Retailer's; Extended Hours Establishments (for food dealer only) and Food Dealer License Applications Requesting to Open at 12:00 AM Sun- Sat and to Close at 11:59 PM Sun - Thu and at 11:15 PM Fri & Sat for "Capital Pantry" at 2483 W CAPITOL DR. Atty. Vince Bobot appeared with the applicant. Individuals also present: Ald. Rainey asked for a clarification of the hours of operation. Mr. Cooney said that currently holds an extended hours license 24/7. The applicant said that he is willing to amend the application Sun - Sat from 7:00 AM to 10:00 PM. Ald. Rainey asked if the applicant has removed the graffiti. The applicant said that they will be painting the building when the weather permits. Ald. Rainey said that he supports the application but objects to the extended hours license application. Ald. Borkowski moved to withdrawn the Extended Hours License application and to amend the hours of operation to Sun - Sat from 7:00 AM to 10:00 PM. Ald. Borkowski moved approval as amended. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: 07 ROYAL, SR, Lamar L, Agent for "ELARE HOLDINGS L.L.C.", Secondhand Motor Vehicle Dealer's License Application for Wholesale Only for "ELARE HOLDINGS L.L.C." at 4203 N 48th St. The applicant was present and said that he was younger when the item on the police report happened and that he has moved on since then. Individuals also present: Ald. Rainey said that he has no objections. Ald. Dodd moved approval. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: 07 DAHADHA, Mahmoud, Agent for "DAHADHA BROTHERS LLC", Food Dealer License Application for "Noil Wireless + Grocery" at 4025 W BURLEIGH St. Atty. Shannon Mc Donald appeared with the applicant. Individuals in support: Felicia Moore - 4028 W Burleigh St said that she hopes to get the community on board to support this business because the new owners have done a lot to improve it and that their commitment to the community and for the seniors who have now a decent store to get fresh produce and groceries using their EBT. Individuals also present: Ald. Rainey said that he has no objections. Ald. Borkowski moved approval. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: 07 RAY, SR, Michael, Agent for "Michael Ray Gents Plus LLC", Class B Tavern and Public Entertainment Premises License Renewal Applications for "Gold Diggers Milw" at 4750 N HOPKINS St. (Expired 11/23/2021) Atty. Michael Maistelman (virtually) appeared with the applicant (in the room). Mr. Cooney pointed out that the meeting was ahead of schedule. Paused at 2:38 pm. Reconvened at 2:41 pm. Ald. Rainey said that there was a reason why this application was brought back to committee. Mr. Cooney explained that there were videos submitted by a neighbor that were not shown at committee so the application was returned by the Common Council. Atty. Maistelman said that he believes that the committee gave a suspension for the issues on the police report and that nothing has been added to the police report since March of last year and agrees with Ald. Rainey is to see the videos. Individuals in opposition: Roshunda Cleveland - 4750 N 37th St Ald. Coggs asked is she was the neighbor who submitted the videos to the License Division and explained Ms. Cleveland that the reason of today's hearing is to support her allegations with the videos that she provided to the License Division and that she needed to give a context of the videos that we are about to see. Atty. Maistelman asked for a narrative of what we are seeing. The applicant said that she cannot do it because she is on the phone and could not log in. Atty. Maistelman said that it is going to be problem because Ms. Cleveland is on the phone and she cannot give a narrative. Ald. Rainey admitted that the videos were sent to him as well. Atty. McNally said that Ms. Cleveland must log in so she can provide us with a context of those videos. Ald. Coggs asked for a recess while Ms. Cleveland tries to log in at 2:50 pm. The meeting reconvened at 2:59 pm. Ald. Rainey said that he would like to hold the application so Ms. Cleveland can resolve her technical difficulties because the explanation of the context is definitely needed. Atty. McNally said that he will look into the option to extend the provisional license. Atty. Maistelman said that based on his experience the City has never issued two provisional licenses back to back and added that is not fair to his client to come back for a third time. Ald. Coggs asked Atty. McNally asked if there something preventing from doing it. Atty. McNally said that the second provisional is a less developed area of the ordinances and that there will be an issue if we are going to hold the application today without taking any action before the expiration. Atty. Maistelman said that is not fair to his client to come back for a third time if the neighbor is not prepared. Ald. Coggs said that the neighbor did what she is supposed to do and that the videos were not shown because the License Division did not mention it and that we are not going to be unfair to Ms. Cleveland now that she has technical difficulties when we have had technical issues the entire day. Added that is a little gray whether or not if we can issue a second provisional before the council date. Mr. Cooney said that objections to disciplinary actions are due on January 11, 2022. Atty. McNally said that provisional licenses are not renewable after reading further. Ald. Rainey said that he will support the special meeting to see this videos and hopes that Ms. Cleveland be prepared to give the context needed. Mr. Cooney said that the videos are 12 about 30 seconds to a minute each and that you can see the fire works, smoke, someone firing a firearm and people loitering. Ald. Kovac suggested to get it done while we are all here. Ald. Dodd said that she wants the neighbor to get a fair hearing. Ald. Borkowski said that he wants to be fair to everyone and leave no room for a gray area. Ald. Perez moved to another part of agenda. Ald. Rainey said that he won't be able to attend the meeting later today and that the application should be held. Ald. Kovac moved to hold the application to the call of the chair trying to schedule a special meeting before the 11th. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: 07 OWAIS, Mohammad, Agent for "Action Food & Tobacco, LLC", Food Dealer License Application for "Action Food & Tobacco" at 4402 W Center St. The applicant was not present. Ald. Rainey thanked the neighbors who contacted him regarding this application. Ald. Borkowski moved to hold the application to the call of the chair for nonappearance. (Prevailed 5-0) The meeting went on recess at 3:15 pm The meeting reconvene at 3:35 pm
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Minutes note: 01 ROBERTS, Shalanda R, Agent for "S&G Junking & Towing LLC", Recycling, Salvaging or Towing Vehicle License Transfer of Vehicles for "S&G Junking & Towing" at 4343 N 15th St The applicant was not present. Mr. Cooney said that the applicant contacted the office to withdrawn the transfer application earlier today. Ald. Kovac moved to accept the withdrawn. (Prevailed 5-0) Recess at 3:35 pm Reconvene at 3:42 pm
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Minutes note: 01 BLACKBURN, Liza M, Agent for "BOC Group LLC", Class B Tavern and Public Entertainment Premises License Renewal Applications for "Oasis Jazz Bar & Grill" at 3120 W Villard Av. (Expires 2/8/2022) The applicant was present along with Obi Obiora who is the agent for the food license. Mr. Obiora said that there is a miscommunication regarding the item number 2 on the police report because he was not aware of that someone was shot and later after reviewing the videos with the police they saw that the person who got shot left the scene and went to the hospital so he had no clue. The police got the phone call from the hospital that someone was shot. Added that he has hired an armed guard to be at the front door to avoid this type of incidents that actually was a scare for themselves as well. Ald. Perez asked if that was the response to the item on the police report that he was not cooperative with the police. Mr. Obiora said that yes, that he is always cooperative and that time he did not know that a shooting incident happened outside. Individuals in support: Homer Blow - 2803 W Capitol Dr - said that he supports the application because Mr. Obiora is never hesitant about cooperating with the police and always working with the community and that the incident is a very unfortunate one that took place outside but that the applicant has taken safety measures as well and always diligent and that if we are about to take a license away, we must have take the licenses from the entire city away. Angelique L Sharpe - 6161 N 60th St - Villard Ave Business Improvement - said that she is here to share her experiences from thep past three year and that on 2022 Oasis was selected to help to bring the community back (sort of a drive) and that they were not only a financial contributor but a community partner allowing them to hold the concerts indoors because of the rain and by participating with a cultural mural, activities and community meetings. Added that Mr. Obiora is working with the police to make a safer community and to revive the neighborhood and that has up scaled the security team. Ald. Perez asked Ms. Sharpe if all the business are open as late as Oasis because if the other business are open during the day and if they have the same plan of operations because it would be a different world he added. Ms. Sharpe said that Oasis is not the only business that opens at night and pointed out the investment that they are making in their own business and the community. Ald. Perez said that he got a better feel of the environment rather than the business operations. Added that he visits the area frequently. Ald. Hamilton asked if anyone from the police department was present. He said that everything that Angelique and Homer Blow said about Oasis is true and gotten better with the years and have become an anchor or staple for the Villard Ave. but that he also wanted to be honest and said that they cannot scare away long time patrons with that kind of items on the police report. Also said that one of the things that he wants to see moving faster is that the applicant has total control of who promotes his business and there it be a commitment to his long time patrons to avoid situations that carries issues that lasts. Also asked the applicant to take care of those situations before he is brought to committee again and to be committed to find a business model that does not bring him back here. Added that he wants to see this business succeed and be a model for this type of business and to raise the level of expectation and to continue the legacy of this business. Ald. Hamilton said that he wanted to acknowledge what this business do for the business district and recommended renewal with a warning letter and to commit to find the business model that is needed to succeed. Ald. Kovac said that he wanted to circle back on the shooting item because the police report is very clear about the casings and floor on the floor and that the security guard missed all that. Mr. Obiora said that he was at the office at the moment and the security guard was checking customers so the guard was not able to see what happened because it happened so fast and from a moving vehicle and that the victims left right away. Mr. Obiora said that last year has a renewal with no issues and that now he has more security outside. Ald. Kovac said that the applicant is cooperative and with having the support of the alderperson and the community moved renewal with a warning letter based on the police report. (Prevailed 4-1)
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Minutes note: 01 OBIORA, Obi, Agent for "BOC Group LLC", Food Dealer License Renewal Application for "Oasis Jazz Bar & Grill" at 3120 W Villard Av. (Expires 2/8/2022)
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Minutes note: Agenda Only 01 KAUR, Charnjit, Agent for "1935 STARK INC.", Amend Waived Class A Malt & Class A Liquor, Food Dealer and Weights & Measures License Applications with Reorganization of Legal Entity and Change of Hours from Opening at 9 AM Sun-Sat To Opening at 8 AM Sun-Sat for "Stark Foods IV" at 1935 W SILVER SPRING DR #Suite 7. 01 KLER, Mandeep S, Agent for "OLD NORTH MILWUAKEE PETROLEUM CORP.", Extended Hours Establishments; Filling Station, Food Dealer and Weights & Measures License Applications Requesting To Operate to Operate 24 hours, Daily for "Hometown" at 3709 W VILLARD Av. 02 MC CULLUM, Charles D, Recycling, Salvaging or Towing Vehicle License Renewal Application Adding 2 Vehicles for "Used Tires" at 5865 N 72nd St. 04 ANDERSON, Renee E, Agent for "Saint John's Communities, Inc", Permanent Extension Food and Alcohol Applications Adding to First Floor for "Saint John's on the Lake" at 1840 N PROSPECT Av. 04 CHOI, Inh jea, Agent for "J&B Madison Inc", Class B Fermented Malt Beverage and Class C Wine Retailer's License Renewal Applications with Transfer of Stock for "Maki Yaki" at 1616 W Wisconsin Av. 04 GAGLIANO, Zoe F, Agent for "Artisan Ramen LLC", Class B Tavern, Food Dealer; Public Entertainment Premises and Sidewalk Dining License Transfer Applications with Change of Agent for "Artisan Ramen" at 530 E Mason St. 04 MARCUS, David J, Agent for "Blue Bat Kitchen MKE, LLC", Class B Tavern, Food Dealer and Sidewalk Dining License Renewal Applications and Public Entertainment Premises License Application Requesting Instrumental Musicians for "Blue Bat Kitchen" at 249 N WATER St. 04 MARCUS, David J, Agent for "Onesto MKE, LLC", Class B Tavern; Food Dealer and Sidewalk Dining License Renewal Applications and Public Entertainment Premises License Application Requesting Instrumental Musicians for "Onesto" at 221-223 N Broadway. 04 MCLEAN, Joseph, Agent for "Carnivoras Inc", Class B Tavern, Food Dealer and Sidewalk Dining License Renewal Applications Adding Shareholder and Transfer of Stock for "Carnevor" at 718 N Milwaukee St. 04 RAFFAELLI, Donald L, Agent for "DLR, INC", Class B Tavern and Public Entertainment Premises License Transfer Applications With Change of Hours: From Opening Sun - Sat at 4PM, Closing at 2:30 AM To Opening at 9AM Daily and Closing at 8PM Sun - Tue; at 2AM Wed & Thu for "RICKEY'S ON STATE" at 2601 W STATE St. 05 URBAN, Joseph J, Agent for "TOTO'S, INC", Class A Malt & Class A Liquor License Renewal Application with Change of Agent for "OTTO'S BEVERAGE CENTER" at 4163 N 76TH St. 13 MCKINNEY, John P, Agent for "Midwest Transit Equipment, Inc", Secondhand Motor Vehicle Dealer's License Application for "Midwest Transit Equipment" at 2828 S 16th St. 13 NAJI, Haithem A, Agent for "Capitol Muffler LLC", Recycling, Salvaging, or Towing Premises Application Requesting Dealing, Storing and/or Transporting, Removing and/or Recycling Waste Tires for "Quiet Zone" at 1218 W Layton Av. 14 D'ACQUISTO, Patricia A, Agent for "Franks Power Plant BV LLC", Class B Tavern, Food Dealer and Public Entertainment Premises License Renewal Applications Adding Comedy Acts and 1 Pool Table for "Patti's Power Plant" at 2800 S KINNICKINNIC Av. 15 MUMMANENI, Krishna teja, Agent for "Harman Beer & Liquor Inc", Class A Malt & Class A Liquor License Transfer Application for Change of Agent for "Buy Rite" at 2500 N 35th St. Ald. Dodd moved approval. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: Warning Letter HILEY, Anastesia J, Mobile Seller's License Application. BACKES, William, Agent for "Compass Construction and Remodeling LLC", Home Improvement Contractor's License Application for "Compass Construction and Remodeling" LONA JASO, Jose, Agent for "Jalosi Heating and Air Conditioning, LLC", Home Improvement Contractor's License Application for "Heating and Air Conditioning" 07 SINGH, Lakhbir, Agent for "SEHRA SONS LLC", Extended Hours Establishments, Filling Station, Food Dealer and Weights & Measures License Renewal Applications for "Capitol Citgo Mart" at 4302 W CAPITOL DR. 12 BHATIA, Varinder P, Agent for "Bhatia Corp", Class A Malt & Class A Liquor License Renewal Application for "Fine Vineyard" at 601-B S 1st St. 13 HALLIDAY, Susan M, Agent for "WALGREEN CO", Food Dealer License Renewal Application for "WALGREENS #5601" at 4730 S 27TH St. 15 GREGORY, Cherry G, Class B Tavern License Renewal Application for "CHERRY'S PLACE" at 2401 N 12TH St. 15 TAYLOR, Odean H, Agent for "K & O INVESTMENTS, LLC", Class B Tavern, Food Dealer and Public Entertainment Premises License Renewal Applications for "Jay's Uptown Cafe" at 5007-09 W CENTER St. Ald. Perez moved approval. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: Ald. Kovac moved approval of the file # 211360.
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