Meeting Time: September 02, 2020 at 2:30pm MST
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5 (CONTINUED FROM AUG. 26, 2020) - Liquor License - Roses by the Stairs Brewing

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    Russell Meyer almost 4 years ago

    I am one of the 6 closest to the proposed brewery. I live/own 522 W Lynwood, a 1922 Craftsman bungalow in the Roosevelt District. I request that the application as presented be denied. The list of objections and stipulations from the 6 properties including myself are in Kate Kunberger's 07-28 letter and 09-02 email. If a improved application with these items addressed in an enforceable way it would create support for a resubmitted application. But until then the application should be denied.

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    jordan Ham almost 4 years ago

    I am the owner of the brewery.

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    Patricia Zermeo almost 4 years ago

    My property is 30 feet from the southern garage door of a proposed microbrewery & retail beer sales space (75 person capacity) & outdoor patio bar for 23 people. The applicant has not proved community interest is best served with a brewery, canned beer to go and patio liquor sales in front of a Buffer Alley to Phx’s oldest neighborhood. I am concerned about the odor, noise, organic & inorganic waste produced at the site and increased traffic associated with sales of beer to go & patio service.

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    Katherine Kunberger almost 4 years ago

    I live within 100 feet of the proposed brewery. My July 28, 2020 letter to the City of Phoenix set forth the basis for my objections. A brewery is inappropriate for this location, which is directly adjacent to one of Phoenix's oldest historic neighborhoods. Breweries are generally in industrial areas because they create odor and waste in the brewing process. I also am concerned about insufficient parking that will cause neighborhood noise and traffic; and an outdoor beer patio close to homes.