City to pon­der per­mit for al­co­hol at eatery

Antelope Valley Press (Sunday) - - Front Page - By JULIE DRAKE Val­ley Press Staff Writer [email protected]­

LAN­CASTER — The Lan­caster Plan­ning Com­mis­sion has one ac­tion item on its agenda for Mon­day night — a pro­posed con­di­tional use per­mit for Bub­bakoo’s Bur­ri­tos to sell beer and wine.

The 2,200 square-foot restau­rant, at 2053 West Ave. J, is the Jer­sey Shore­based fast ca­sual eatery’s first Cal­i­for­nia lo­ca­tion.

Ap­pli­cant Bub­bakoo’s Bur­ri­tos Lan­caster Inc. seeks a con­di­tional-use per­mit to al­low a Type-41 Al­co­holic Bev­er­age Con­trol li­cense, which au­tho­rizes the sale of beer and wine for con­sump­tion on the premises, de­fined as a bona fide restau­rant.

The Plan­ning Com­mis­sion pre­vi­ously ap­proved a con­di­tional-use per­mit for a Type-41 ABC li­cense in Au­gust 2010 for a Charo Chicken at the same lo­ca­tion. That restau­rant closed and its con­di­tional use per­mit has since lapsed.

Ac­cord­ing to a staff re­port by City Plan­ner Cyn­thia Cam­paña the Los An­ge­les Sher­iff ’s Depart­ment does not op­pose the ap­pli­cant’s re­quest for a Type41 ABC li­cense. Sher­iff’s of­fi­cials de­ter­mined the re­quest would not be detri­men­tal to pub­lic safety.

The Plan­ning Com­mis­sion will meet at 5 p.m. Mon­day in coun­cil cham­bers at City Hall, 44933 Fern Ave.

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