Let the free market decide.
People are going to park in the closest available spot - even if that is down a
side road and in front of someone's house.Jones states that if
he is not allowed to sell liquor, he won't make enough money to stay in
business unless he operates 24/7. Previous news stories have indicated that he
intended to open early enough in the morning for breakfast and be open late
serving dinner and some drinks - there would have only been 4 or 5 hours he was
not open anyway. Even if he was selling liquor, there are limits on the times
it could be sold. How much was he going to sell the liquor for that it would
make such a difference?And what makes his restaurant patrons
different from the patrons of the Dodo? Why should the area residents expect
something different than what they had before?It sucks for him that
he can't do his restaurant there, but perhaps he could find a better
Parking problems? Sounds like a lame excuse not to issue the license.