16.APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENCE
2007 LAWRENCE AVENUE WEST, UNIT #14 - ROBINSON CRUSOE
Ward 27, York Humber.
Novina Wong, City Clerk
( November 26, 1998)
To provide departmental comments following circulation of Municipal Information form from
the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario and the Licence Clearance form completed
by the applicant.
Funding Sources, Financial Implications and Impact Statement:
That authorization be provided to forward department comments to the Alcohol and Gaming
Commission of Ontario
On March 26, 1998, copies of the Municipal Information form and Licence Clearance form
were circulated for comments.
Comments and/or Discussion and/or Justification:
The following is a breakdown of departmental comments received:
Development Services Department (July 17, 1998):
"Regarding the subject licence application, the Development Services Department has
reviewed all available permits, drawings, and documentation submitted in support of the
application and has conducted site inspections as necessary to determine compliance with the
applicable zoning, building and plumbing regulations with the following to be noted:
Premises in compliance with zoning, building and plumbing regulations."
Fire Department (November 9, 1998):
"In regards to the March 30, 1998 application, please be advised that we have no objection to
the issuance of a liquor licence for this premises.
The maximum occupant load of this premises with non-fixed tables and chairs should not
exceed 230 persons."
Health Department (November 24, 1998):
"This establishment is under regular routine inspection by inspectors of this Health
Department and no Health Department orders under Food Premises Regulation 562/90 are
currently outstanding against it.
We have no objection to the issuance of a liquor licence.
Community Services Department, Municipal Standards Division (April 1, 1998):
"The Municipal Standards Division of the Community Services Department has no active file
in relation to the above-mentioned premises and therefore have no comments."
Works and Emergency Services Department (March 31, 1998):
"Please be advised I have reviewed the above application for a liquor licence at 2007
Lawrence Avenue West, Unit 14, Robinson Crusoe, and have no comment."
Toronto Licensing Commission (May 5, 1998):
"Please be advised Commission records indicate 1286281 Ontario Inc., operating as Robinson
Crusoe, submitted an application on March 26, 1998, for a restaurant: refreshments (seating
capacity over 40) (accommodate 245 people) licence. The application remains outstanding.
There are no complaints or investigations regarding the premises."
That the above comments now be forwarded to the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of
Ontario as departmental clearances have been provided.
Valerie D'Alessandro, Assistant Committee Secretary