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In order for a Corporation or LLC to acquire a liquor license in St. Louis City, they must document Neighborhood's Consent from within a Petition Circle.
A Petition Circle is defined as "a 350ft radius with the center of the circle at a point projected from the center of the front of the premises (applied for) to the street."
Neighborhood's Consent is defined as "a majority of property owners... and a majority of occupant/tenant..."
NOTE: Residential tenants may only be included in the consent count if they are registered voters.
To collect neighborhood consent the business will be contacting property owners, registered voters, and business occupants within the petition circle. This will likely come in the form of a letter submitted through the Excise Division of the Public Safety Department and by representatives of Circle K canvassing the area.
UPDATE: Hurley & Hurley, an accounting firm that works with corporations to complete liquor license application requirements, submitted the liquor license application on behalf of Circle K on April 22, 2016.
In this approximation, the following addresses fall within the Petition Circle:
6814 through 6840 Bradley Ave (even numbers only)
6811 through 6934 Fyler Ave
6833 and 6909 Arthur Ave
3260 through 3320 Jamieson Ave
63 Property Owners
64 Registered Voters
6 Business Occupants
Using this approximation, the Neighborhood Consent would have to consist of no less than 31 property owner signatures and 36 registered voter/business occupant signatures.
+ Corporation and/or LLC Requirements for a Liquor License