March 24, 2023
Someone Told on Hammer Properties NW, INC in Bellingham

"Before the coronavirus epidemic, this neighborhood cafe used to be open for meals, with two outside picnic tables and some chairs. It switched to take-out food early on after inside dining was prohibited, and then closed all together. It is now open essentially as a store, selling mainly drinks, including coffee, bottles of wine and beer, and some baked goods. The outside tables and chairs are occupied with groups of people on the sidewalk in a residential area socializing together without masks. Today I passed groups of people drinking bottles of wine on the picnic table at 1:00 pm. I doubt seriously that everyone in the group lived in the same household: it looked like friends were getting together to socialize and drink. Is it legal for a small cafe to essentially have an outside bar on a neighborhood sidewalk?" – a concerned neighbor in Capitol Hill, Seattle
The aforementioned complaint was filed by a concerned neighbor in Capitol Hill, Seattle in Seattle, Washington on Saturday May 16, 2020 with LCB against Volunteer Park Cafe saying, Business function performed that is non-essential. No email address was given and no phone number was given. #aconcernedneighborincapitolhill #seattle #volunteerparkcafe #restaurantorfoodservicebusiness

Source: a concerned neighbor in Capitol Hill, Seattle Snitched on Volunteer…

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