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No decision yet on Woolshed Pub

02 Oct 2009

The VCAT hearing into the Woolshed Pub’s liquor licence application continued throughout September with a decision still weeks away.

Four days were set aside from September 8 but as the Docklands News went to press, the parties were still arguing the case with further hearings scheduled.

The Pub went to VCAT to appeal a decision in January by the Director of Liquor Licensing Sue Maclellan to reject its application for a general 1am licence for 1445 patrons.

The Licensing Commission is supported in its case by Docklands resident Peter Henderson.

Since January the parties have met several times and have reached agreement on some aspects of the operation.  The VCAT case continues and revolves around numbers, hours of operation and noise.

In opening the case, counsel for the Woolshed Pub, John Larkins, said the debate was not about whether the business should operate, but rather, under what conditions.

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