Alcohol Ordinance Workshop on Wednesday

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Alcohol Ordinance Workshop on Wednesday
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Source: Santa Barbara Police Department

Exploring Best Practices in Municipal Regulation to Reduce Alcohol-Related Harms from Licensed Alcohol Outlets
When:                                  Wednesday, December 4, 2019
Time:                                    6 P.M. to 8 P.M.
Location:                             City of Santa Barbara Council Chambers, 735 Anacapa Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101
Presentation By:              Anthony Wagner, Manager of Permits and Licensing, Santa Barbara Police Department, 805-897-3761
Why:                                     Alcohol plays a role in the social and leisure activities of many people in the City of Santa Barbara. Due to its harmful effects, high-risk alcohol consumption is a public health and safety concern. Local control of alcohol policies can be effective in promoting moderate alcohol consumption and lowering alcohol-related nuisance activity in and around our community. These policies have the potential to influence community social norms, by setting a positive benchmark for public health and safety and licensed alcohol outlets.

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NostraChumash Dec 03, 2019 01:55 PM
Alcohol Ordinance Workshop on Wednesday

With literally hundreds of outlets selling & promoting alcohol consumption & or sales, to benefit everything from cancer to snowy plovers...
Where is the moderation or responsibility?
SB wants it's cake & to be able to eat it too.

LoveMySB Dec 04, 2019 09:48 AM
Alcohol Ordinance Workshop on Wednesday

Just another waste of time ordinance that cannot or will not be enforced just like these:
Park closing hours
No drinking in public parks
No smoking or vaping in the City of Santa Barbara (people walk by my office daily smoking & vaping which is near the police department with PD cars going by regularly) and have never seen one person stopped being given a warning or a ticket.
In my opinion, a waste of taxpayer resources ordinances that are not enforced.

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