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Two Public Hearings were held during the Dec. 16 County Council meeting. Eun Jung Kim, the owner of Origami Restaurant, located at 182 Central Park Avenue applied for a liquor license. The County adopted a code relating to traffic and vehicles, as well.
The liquor license for Origami was approved by Councilors with minimal discussion. Councilor Nona Bowman moved to approve the license, which was seconded by Councilor Frances Berting. The motion passed 5-0, with Vice Chairman Robert Gibson abstaining.
In addition, a motion was presented to Council asking that Councilors adopt Los Alamos Code Ordinance No. 02-099 an Ordinance Amending Chapter 38, Article V, Sections 38-292, 38-293 and 38-313, and Article VII, Section 38-415, of the Code relating to traffic and vehicles. According to county documents, this code amends sections of the county code pertaining to DWI, child passenger restraint and unlawful use of license. These amendments align county code with state motor vehicle law and in the case of the child restraint section, makes clear that the driver of a vehicle with passengers less than 18 years of age is responsible to ensure that each passenger is restrained by a seat belt or other child restraint device.
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