Posted by MikeW on April 09, 1999 at 13:46:51:
In Reply to: converting bodega to a bar without notice posted by Michelle Megna on April 09, 1999 at 11:35:43:
As far as you and your landlord, I don't think there is anything he has to do.
As far as the bar itself, they have to get a liquor license. The local community board can ask the State Liquor Authority to deny the license if they feel there are too many bars in the area or the bar will be a particular nuicence. That is your most viable point of attack
If after the bar opens, and you do experience problems, you can complain to the various city agencies with oversite (DEP, Buildings, Consumer Affairs) and they can act to correct the problems (ie fine the bar).
: does any one know if it's legal to convert a bodegaq
: on the ground floor of a residential building into a
: bar with live music without notifying residents?
: i live right on top of it and was never told about
: the conversion and want to know if i can pressure
: the landlord into providing another apartment at
: same rent i pay now
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