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Nassau County, Long Island


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Court Decision

  • by rori
  • Jul 10, 2014

The decision to grant or deny Billy Dean’s Café in North Bellmore a license to continue to operate will not be influenced by the recent New York State Appellate Court’s decision upholding the state’s Supreme Court decision to uphold the Town of Hempstead’s denial of an operating license to Billy Dean to operate a restaurant in Wantagh. 

Hempstead Town’s zoning Board of Appeals Chairman David Weiss offered no comment on whether the Appellate Court’s decision on Billy Dean’s Wantagh property would affect the board’s decision on Dean’s North Bellmore storefront, though it has been more than a year-and -a-half since Billy Dean applied for another six-year license to operate his North Bellmore café. Weiss did say he was pleased the Appellate Court upheld the town’s decision to deny an operating license to Dean for his Wantagh property. 

The town had originally granted a license to Billy Dean to operate a restaurant at the new location in Wantagh, but rescinded the license when it became apparent neighbors did not want the restaurant in their neighborhood, citing concerns Dean would turn it into an adult cabaret.
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