Ted White, Community Development Director for the City of Fullerton wants for the Downtown bar and restaurant owners fewer operational rules. Forward video to 13:36 for agenda Item #1. Click picture to view video.
In an anticipated move, City of Fullerton staff provided a report called the ‘Downtown Game Plan’ to the City of Fullerton’s Planning Commission to lower the number of rules (50 ‘standard conditions’ presently that are too difficult to enforce) down to 13 ‘operational standards.’ Please forward video to 13:36 for the agenda item. There are already 61 licenses to sell liquor in Downtown Fullerton. Do we need more? How much money does the extra policing and cleanup of Downtown cost the city every year Mr. White? (It’s roughly $1.6 M)
What is the ABC’s stance on this? They seem to be neutral, so your voice needs to be heard if you don’t want still more liquor licenses being handed out like candy. See below.
As of March 1, 2019, there have already been 80 DUIs in Fullerton. How many more liquor licenses and DUIs are enough for Mr. White and Police Chief Dunn? ONE DUI IS TOO MANY.
If you are tired of the vomit, urine, feces, vandalism, and noise this drunken plague causes, (and the high costs to our city that 61 on-site alcohol licenses already create) please write/voice your concerns and address them to:
Alcoholic Beverage Control:
605 W Santa Ana Blvd # 28-369, Santa Ana, CA 92701
Phone: (714) 558-4101
How about a more diverse Downtown Fullerton that doesn’t smell like a sewer. Is that too much to ask?