Now That That Greenville Avenue Lawsuit's Online, Let's Look at the Affidavits
|Service Bar had to put up a $3,000 bond to keep its doors open last weekend, after the Lower Greenville PD went into effect.|
If this ordinance stands, it will effectively close plaintiffs' establishments, as 98% of their revenue and therefore all of their profits will be lost, along with their investment-backed expectations from their history of operating as a bar at their current respective locations.I also see the county's finally gotten 'round to posting the affidavits submitted with the petition -- three in total. One's from Pangiotis "Pete" Mylonas, owner of Yucatan; Ioannis Manettas, owner of Service Bar, also filed one. The third is from Stephanie Wooley, the Sheils Winnubst attorney hired by Service Bar in June to help steer the club through the SUP-gettin' maze. Hers may be the most intriguing of the bunch, as it reiterates claims I've heard from those who did get their SUP ... only to discover that getting the accompanying certificate of occupancy was a whole other arduous and expensive ($500!) task on top of the SUP application.
All three follow. Good to read before Monday morning's hearing, at 8:30, in district court. PANGIOTIS MYLONAS AffidavitIOANNIS MANETTAS AffidavitStephanie Wooley Affidavit