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LNO (Letter of Objection)

If a building was constructed prior to 1938 a Certificate of Occupancy was not required. In order to establish the use of a pre- existing building as required to obtain a liquor license or other purpose, a LNO may be requested for a specific use. The applicant must first research city records and obtain documentation to support such use.

LNO (Letter of Objection)

  • This is used in lieu of Certificate of Occupancy pending there is no Alteration 1 application on file.

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