87 Hill Street, Orange 2800

The Wine Taster - Producer/wholesaler licence

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  1. Lynda Koch commented

    I am writing on behalf of my elderly parents who live in the house next door to the proposed wine tasting facility at 87 Hill Street, Orange. (Unable to access computer)

    1. Could you please explain the 6 hour closure time does this refer to lots of noise until 2am everyday of the week? As apparently trading hours will be 10.00am to 8.00pm.

    2. There is no mention (that I am aware of) that discloses how many patrons will be allowed on this premise at any one time. This is an extremely small heritage building with no yard and just walking room only up the sides. What plans have been put in place for fire (keep in mind patrons will be under the influence of alcohol).

    3. Smoking, What policy has been put into place for the designated smoking area! My father has cancer and could suffer from further medical problem if the smoking is next to his backyard.

    4. Noise what policy has been put into place to ensure that all the nearby residents are not effected by chatting noisey patrons congregating out the front of the premises and any loud music playing.

    5. Security! What policy has been put into place to control any intoxicated patrons and what is the contact phone number for the person in charge in the event of unruly behaviour happening.

    6. Parking is going to be a major problem. These premises do not have any access to the rear of the property. Who is contactable if patron park over my dads driveway.

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