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Dear interested parties,
On June 11, 2020, the City Planning Commission will consider the proposed Restaurant Beverage Program (RBP), which would create an administrative clearance for sit-down restaurants to serve alcohol. The Commission meeting will begin at 8:30 a.m. and be conducted via teleconference.
The meeting agenda and City Planning's staff recommendation report will be posted approximately one week prior to the meeting at this link.  

If you would like to speak during the meeting, please review City Planning's instructions for participating in virtual commission meetings. You may also submit comments in writing prior to the meeting to ; please reference case no. CPC-2018-4660-CA.
For more information on the RBP, please visit the Proposed Land Use Regulations page on our website and scroll down to “Restaurant Beverage Program Ordinance.”
Thank you for your continued interest in the proposed Restaurant Beverage Program.

The proposed ordinance would shorten the processing time and lower the cost of obtaining a Conditional Use Permit to serve alcoholic beverages for certain types of sit-down restaurants.

Status update: City Planning has released a revised framework, which will be considered by City Planning Commission at a future meeting.

Staff Contact
Roberto Luna, Planning Assistant
(213) 473-9701,
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