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.