Council removes conditions on cafe
An Ettalong cafe owner has been successful in having two conditions removed from a development consent.
Central Coast Council wrote to Lord of Pour cafe owner Mr Jerry Altavilla on September 12 agreeing to delete the conditions which had required him to guarantee the quality of town water and to install a grease arrestor.
Mr Altavilla told the Peninsula News on September 11 that he did not understand why the conditions were added.
He said the first condition was "requiring that water supplied through the tap is of a standard".
"This condition should be aimed at the provider of potable water and that is the council,'' Mr Altavilla said.
On the issue of the grease trap, Mr Altavilla said the Lord of Pour prided itself in healthy alternatives in food selection and coffees and did not deep fry food so there was no reason to provide a grease trap.
After the decision, Mr Altavilla thanked Central Coast.
DA Tracker, 26 Sep 2019
DA 51112, Central Coast Council
Media statement, 26 Sep 2019
Jerry Altavilla, Lord of Pour
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