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Downtown bar coming to Bailey

Posted on January 19, 2022

Updated on January 24, 2022

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The Bailey Board of Adjustment has approved a permit for a bar at 6288 Main St. next to the town’s library, chamber of commerce and police station.

Lindell J. Kay | Enterprise

The Bailey Board of Adjustment has approved a permit for a bar at 6288 Main St. next to the town’s library, chamber of commerce and police station.

lkay@springhopeenterprise.com | 252-265-8117

BAILEY — Town officials have cleared the way for a downtown tavern to open its doors.

Jonatan Gaona of Paradigm Shift Investments will be allowed to open a bar in the town’s center district after a recent vote of approval by the town’s Board of Adjustment.

The bar will sit along Main Street beside the town library, Bailey Chamber of Commerce and the police station.

During a Jan. 3 quasi-judicial hearing, board member Diane Melton made a motion to approve the permit for 6288 Main St. Tammy Bissette seconded the motion.

The motion passed 4-0 with yea votes from members Melton, Bissette, Mike Davis and board Chair Walter Wells.

The adjustment board approved a conditional use permit for the bar with the following conditions:

• Any changes or deviation from the site plan upon which the determination was approved by the town of Bailey should be submitted to the Zoning Administrator and the Board of Adjustment for review and approval or administrative review and approval by the town of Bailey Zoning Department.

• In accordance with the town of Bailey Zoning Department, the owner should establish a time frame with the Bailey Police Department for operating hours, if not set forth by the Board of Adjustment. Police suggested that the bar should close at 11 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays and at 12:59 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. Zoning administration recommends 1-9 p.m. for the bar’s hours of operation on Sundays.

• Any issues, concerns or complaints brought by the police, fire department or town officials will cause the applicant to reappear before the Board of Adjustment.

• The owner will have to renew the permit by application to the Board of Adjustment each year. There is no fee for the permit renewals.

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