Carthage Restaurant gets temporary certificate

CARTHAGE — During the July 20 meeting, a three-month temporary certificate of occupancy for Zero Dock Street Restaurant was approved by the village Board of Trustees at 100 percent capacity which is currently decreased to 50 percent due to COVID-19 restrictions. The certificate is temporary since parking requirements have not been met. If there are major parking complaints or congestion observed, the next temporary permit will be issued at a reduced capacity.

The code enforcement officer had issued the restaurant owners a warning due to use of the building without a certificate of occupancy last month.

The restaurant is now open for take-out and limited inside dining.

Johnson Newspapers 7.1

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