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File #: 63857    Version: 1 Name: Extending the Streatery Program until April 14, 2022
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 1/23/2021 In control: Attorney's Office
On agenda: 2/23/2021 Final action: 2/23/2021
Enactment date: 3/3/2021 Enactment #: RES-21-00156
Title: Extending the Streatery Program and all approvals granted until April 14, 2022
Sponsors: Satya V. Rhodes-Conway, Christian A. Albouras, Michael E. Verveer, Grant Foster, Syed Abbas, Lindsay Lemmer, Sheri Carter
Fiscal Note
The proposed resolution extends the end date of the Streatery Program until April 14, 2022. Adopted RES-20-00439 (File 60695) allowed restaurants and taverns to expand outdoor service areas and adopted RES-21-00079 (File 63529) extended the waiver of street vending fees for the 2021-2022 season. As stated in RES-20-00439, there will be minor negative fiscal implications from the waiver of application fees associated with zoning, temporary liquor license expansions, and street occupancy permit applications ($50, $25, and approximately $200 per application, respectively). Any remaining fiscal impact would come from the monthly fee associated with taking over a parking area through a street occupancy permit, if an eating area expands into the roadway.
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Extending the Streatery Program and all approvals granted until April 14, 2022
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WHEREAS, on March 17, 2020, Public Health Madison & Dane County announced that community spread of COVID-19 was occurring in Dane County, with the first confirmed community death being reported on March 25; and,
WHEREAS, COVID-19 has come with unprecedented challenges to our local economy, including to restaurants and taverns, which were unable to serve indoor or outdoor customers from March 23, 2020 to May 26, 2020; and,
WHEREAS, on May 26, 2020, Public Health Madison and Dane County (PHMDC) issued Emergency Order #3, allowing restaurants and taverns to resume indoor service at 25% capacity and outdoor seating, provided that stools inside taverns are spaced six (6) feet apart and tables inside and outside of restaurants and taverns are spaced six (6) feet apart with a limit of six (6) people per table who are members of the same household; and
WHEREAS, since May 26, 2020, PHMDC has issued additional superseding public health orders with similar indoor capacity restrictions for restaurants and taverns; and
WHEREAS, Mayoral Emergency Order and Common Council Resolution (RES-20-00439 (Legistar File 60695)) allow...

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