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FIFTY-FIVE businesses in Crosby are being forced to remove the chairs and tables from outside their shop and café windows if they don’t pay Sefton council £1000 for licenses. Sefton Council have issued the warning after a resident complained about the chairs on the pavement. Caz’s Kitchen on St John’s Road, Waterloo, is one of the businesses that has received the notice. Owner Caroline Hill said in a Facebook post: “We have been asked by the council to remove them or the charge to apply for allowing them equates to £1000. “As a small new independent with low customer spend this is just over and above what we can... “However until we resolve this matter unfortunately we aren’t able to have the tables and chairs outside. We apologise for that. A resident complained about one of the businesses, but government guidelines state that all businesses must be served with the same notice. A spokesperson for Sefton Council said: “Following a number of complaints regarding chairs and tables blocking footpaths, we discovered a number of businesses failed to have the necessary planning permission or licences for such furniture. “To make sure that every business adheres to the correct procedures, we have recently issued letters asking them to either apply for the correct permissions and licences or remove the furniture. “This decision has been made to ensure the safety of the public and we hope to work closely and positively with local business to address the issue. To help with the costs of the applications and licenses, Caroline has plans to do some fundraising. Caroline said: “I’m in the process of drawing up a crowdfunding page to raise the money required to put my application through with the council. “I have been inundated with both private messages and people popping into the shop over the last few days to show support about this issue. To donate to Caz's Kitchen fundraising page, go to: http://tiny. cc/cakeL22. Source: www.southportvisiter.co.uk
SAN RAFAEL, Calif. (AP) "St-riike. And we're talking outside of outside corners. "St-riiike. Inside of inside corners. Eric Byrnes sat behind the large monitor some 90 feet from home plate watching the screen as the computer told him exactly what to announce for the intimate crowd watching independent league baseball at Albert Field, a full moon in the distance. For the second straight night Wednesday, Supermicro computers in a nearby van and overseen in the ballpark by the former major league outfielder called balls and strikes in what is believed to be the first time in professional baseball an umpire... The visiting Vallejo Admirals and San Rafael Pacifics were thrilled to be part of an experiment using the Pitchf/x automated system designed by Fremont-based Sportvision. The batter's box is broken down into nine tiny squares, and a yellow spot lights up where the pitch goes, then Byrnes serves as the strike zone umpire by relaying the call. Between innings, he obliges regular autograph requests. "That actually caught more than I thought," Byrnes quipped into the microphone at one point. Byrnes is a longtime proponent of an automated strike zone, something he insists is "seamless" and barely changes the game. Three cameras record the velocity, trajectory and location of every pitch to determine how closely each pitcher comes to hitting the catcher's target. "To know you're getting every single call right, it takes away all the injustices, in my opinion," Byrnes said. When the Pacifics' Jeremy Williams struck out looking in the third, Byrnes yelled "Strike three. The small crowd booed loudly capacity at the ballpark in the heart of Northern California's affluent Marin County is about 940. The level is comparable to high Class A ball, with some former Double-A and Triple-A players in the mix. Byrnes stood up and offered: "I'm just the messenger, I mean, yell at this. Blame the computer. Blame the camera. Then the public address announcer sought donations for "paper towels and Windex for Eric to use on his TV screen. In the bottom of the first, the computer retired Pacifics shortstop Danny Gonzalez on a called third strike. Byrnes stood up and hollered down to the caged-in dugout below with "Gonzo. " curious what the player thought the pitch was. Gonzalez thought it was low. Later, another. Source: www.heraldtribune.com
Brighton - The End of the Thread store in downtown Brighton was the target of complaints at last week’s council meeting. The matter arose after Councillor Steve Baker told council that there were a few issues raised by the accessibility committee that he felt needed more investigation. He asked that two items, being the chairs at the End of the Thread, and a sidewalk matter, be removed from the committee meeting minutes, but Councillor Martinello disagreed. Councillor Baker said he felt it was far-reaching to suggest that the red chairs in front of the End of the Thread store be considered a barrier to accessibility. “It’s good that Councillor Baker is experienced in mobility issues … with the chairs in front of the End of the Thread,” Councillor Martinello said. “Members of the advisory committee who have accessibility issues, have said they do limit their mobility. Councillor Martinello said the business has chairs outside on the sidewalk, and they shouldn’t be allowed. “It’s been a long-standing issue,” Martinello said. “We proclaim here that we care about accessibility. We spend a lot of money in terms of sidewalks and that type of thing, making sure this town is as accessible as possible, and I think it’s very reasonable that these chairs be removed in order to increase mobility for everyone. Baker said the red chairs outside the store are part of the municipality’s ambiance and asked what the legal requirement is for throughway space on the sidewalk. According to the Ontario Good Roads Association website, standard recommended width for accessible sidewalks is 60 inches (1. 5 metres) to 71 inches (1. 8 metres). Mayor Mark Walas said there was never any permission asked to put the chairs there in the first place, similarly with the sign over the walkway beside the store and the fence around the property at the back. Mayor Walas suggested they find what the requirements are, and said some investigation is required. He did say that many of the other stores have narrower sidewalk space in front of their stores. This led to discussion from other members of council as to tables, sandwich board signs and other items placed on the sidewalks in front of other stores. Councillor Steve Baker said that The Shoe Store always has a table on the sidewalk, and Councillor Laura Vink added that there are a lot of businesses with signs and other things outside, so. Source: www.insidebelleville.com
FIFTY-FIVE businesses in Crosby are being forced to remove the chairs and tables from outside their shop and café windows if they don't pay Sefton council £1000 for licenses. Sefton Council have issued the warning after a resident complained about the
Byrnes was joined by his wife and three children, and 3-year-old son Colton won a musical chairs contest between innings before announcing a couple of pitches late in the game. Byrnes is donating $100 for each walk and strikeout to the Pat Tillman
Folding chairs. With limited bleacher seating available, the chairs can be used to sit outside the fence surrounding the practice fields. • Food and non-alcoholic beverages. Such items also are available for purchase. • A personal camera that meets the
Hexagon-tiled floors and hand-painted tile walls remind diners of its Spanish inspiration, and the outdoor patio is lovely, with canvas sails for shade, low lights and lush vines. Owner Antonio Pereira moved the restaurant from Passaic, N.J., to
It is an interesting space with easy access parking and you can also relax outside on funky green chairs and watch the world go by. If I need lunch, I bring a slice of strata loaded with veggies back to my desk. Yum! Espressit also hosts a popular open