Penticton and South Okanagan
Nightclub lights up council agenda
Oct 7, 2013 / 12:57 pm
A nightclub's application to extend its hours will be discussed by the Penticton City Council at tonight's (Monday) meeting.
Opal Nightclub is seeking to change its hours from 7 p.m. to 2 a.m., Monday to Sunday, to noon to 3 a.m., also Monday to Sunday.
According to the staff report, the applicant has provided a community impact statement, which outlines the reasons for the change in hours, as well as measures that will be taken to reduce the negative impact to the surrounding community.
It is further recommended the applicants provide a more detailed security and noise control plan prior to the final council report. The opportunity for them to address council will be available on Nov. 4.
In addition to the change of hours request, the nightclub on Main Street has also recently modified its business license to include adult entertainment.
Other council highlights include a presentation on Fire Prevention Week, which is this week, and a delegation from the Performing Arts BC Festival 2014.
Also under consideration is a remedial action order for 2379 Wiltse Drive, recreation tiered pricing, a city hall renovation update, Memorial Arena roof and structure repairs, park, beach and street vending fees, 2014 and 2015, and the energy retrofit loan program.
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