The theater was granted a license in November restricting liquor sales and consumption to a proposed restaurant/lounge area, but came back to the council with an expanded request, which was approved
City council members expressed concerns about underage drinking and oversight, but theater management assured them that employees are trained extensively and that the company takes the issue seriously. The police chief was also present at the council meeting and addressed council questions.
As a compromise, the city council granted the liquor license but added two conditions: only one drink can be sold to a person at a time and a representative from the theater is to report back to the council in six months.
"What really put them over the top, because our council did have some questions, was the fact that their management is so good and they work so hard on properly policing this,"
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