Council Approves Liquor License Transfer
Written by Andrew-Rossi on March 22, 2017
The Cody City Council has approved the transfer of a liquor license, but the new owners are keeping it in the family.
At last night’s meeting, the Council heard from Johanna Cardenas, who recently opened Michael’s Tacos on the west strip in Cody. She was requesting the transfer of a restaurant liquor license from the previous tenant at that location, Tacos El Taconazo.
However, Cardenas told the council that the restaurant has simply changed ownership – the family who runs the business has remained the same. She said that her uncle, who previously owned Tacos El Taconazo, still works for them, but simply didn’t want to own the business any more.
Cardenas said that the hours for the new business will be Monday through Saturday from 11am to 2pm and from 4 to 8 pm.
The City Council unanimously passed the motion to grant the liquor license transfer.
In other City business, the Council granted the Cody Fire Department’s request to hold a fire sprinkler demonstration in the Rec Center parking lot during the Home and Garden Show on Saturday, April 22nd; passed on second reading an ordinance rezoning an address on Alger Street to D-1 Limited Business; and passed on first reading an ordinance adopting regulations pertaining to the location of wireless communication towers.