Hermosa Beach microbrewery proposal h...

Hermosa Beach microbrewery proposal hits another snag

There are 23 comments on the Daily Breeze story from Oct 20, 2010, titled Hermosa Beach microbrewery proposal hits another snag. In it, Daily Breeze reports that:

A Hermosa Beach resident's proposal to open a wholesale microbrewery in the city hit another snag this week after the Planning Commission deadlocked on a decision likely needed for the plan to move forward.

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Torrance, CA

#22 Oct 21, 2010
How would this business work? If it means I can stop by and fill a couple of gallon milk jugs with fresh beer from a draft to enjoy while I Bar-B-Q in my back yard this would be great!!!!
Perhaps have a delivery service??:)

Camarillo, CA

#23 Oct 22, 2010
Someones Mom wrote:
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OK, I'll make this simple.
1. Just because people bought homes near the manufacturing area doesn't mean they don't have a right to be concerned. I live just off PCH and the fumes from the resin can really give me a headache. Luckily I am only renting. But what if HB Resident is right and the surfboard maker is emitting more fumes than is legal or healthy.
2. The article says the business owner didn't even show up for the meeting. That doesn't sound like someone who has their act together.
3. Conditional Use Permits granted to businesses stay with the location. So the owner of Buona Vita can purchase a liquor license and then IF he does sell his business it automatically goes to the next owner. That business owner might not be such a great guy. The city of HB has a responsibility to extremely critical of any new requests for liquor licenses because of that clause.
4. I don't think people care that this is a brewery. I think it has to do with the "possible" smell and noise. There is nothing wrong with people being concerned about a new business near their homes. Like I said earlier, the business owner didn't even show up.
What's with that?
5. I like the new crosswalks. When you push the button, the crosswalks lightup! It makes crossing the street at night alot safer!
1 - If you or any other resident believes there are toxins in the air you should get off dailybreeze.com and start complaining to the AQMD or other athorities.

2 - Showing up or not, it doesn't change the discussion

3 - Agreed, valid point and that's why we have a process. This discussion is about that process. This land is zoned industrial which allows for other, more seriously polluting businesses to move in. Would you prefer those?

4 - Again, yes there is a process. Residents have a way to voice their opinions. I walk my dog through that industrial area serveral times per week. Even during business hours it is not noisey (with the exception of new construction on 6th) and I've never smelled any odors. I would not like that to change.

5 - I have no opinion of the crosswalks.
Morris the Cat

Long Beach, CA

#24 Oct 22, 2010
Just give these businessmen a chance, A six month chance at LEAST! Get more jobs and tax revenue into this burg. Please...!

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