Public Meeting Affecting Dallas Restaurants And Bars

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Save the Patio says
Do you enjoy a vibrant quality of life in Dallas? Then get ready to #savethepatio

Dallas City Council has asked city staff to explore two possible amendments to local ordinances.

OUTDOOR PATIOS
One amendment supported by some City Hall officials would force all bars, restaurants and retail establishments with uncovered patios to provide parking spaces for all the patio patrons they serve.

BUSINESS 'CURFEWS'
Another amendment supported by some City Hall officials would force all bars city-wide to obtain special permits just to stay open past midnight.

OUR MESSAGE
The answer to keeping Dallas’ most exciting neighborhoods safe and respectful to nearby residents is City Hall enforcing the parking, noise and vagrancy laws that are currently on the books.

The answer is NOT our government officials enacting more rules that will either bring more cars into those neighborhoods or cause more bars to close down at midnight and more patios to close altogether.

JOIN US ON NOV. 29
Don’t let your favorite neighborhood (or business) go dark. Show up and speak up at 6 p.m. on Tues., Nov. 29, at the J. Erik Jonsson Central Library Auditorium, 1515 Young St., Dallas.

Parking is available in the library parking garage for a fee (enter off of Wood Street) or at metered parking on Young Street.

MORE
1. Dallas City Council presentation on changing parking requirements for "outdoor entertainment areas": http://x.co/parkpatio
2. Dallas City Council presentation on a "late hours overlay": http://x.co/latehours
3. Like Save the Patio on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/savethepatio/
4. Follow Save the Patio on Twitter: https://twitter.com/savethepatio
5. Oh, why not also follow us on Instagram, too: https://www.instagram.com/savethepatio/

Soon, we will have a website up. It will have an easy form you can use to contact your Dallas City Council representative: savethepatio.org
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