General provisions. Note: These provisions apply only to D and D-1 Liquor Control Overlay Districts enacted before June 11, 1987.
(1) A D or D-1 liquor control overlay district is designated as “dry” by the suffix “D” or “D-1” on the zoning district map.
(2) In a “D” liquor control overlay district, a person shall not sell or serve alcoholic beverages or setups for alcoholic beverages for consumption on or off the premises.
(3) In a “D-1” liquor control overlay district, a person shall not sell or serve alcoholic beverages, or setups for alcoholic beverages, for consumption on or off the premises, unless the sale or service is part of the operation of a use for which a specific use permit has been granted by the city council.
(4) It is a defense to prosecution under Paragraphs (2) and (3) of this section that the alcoholic beverage or setup for alcoholic beverage is served, but not sold, at a private residence for consumption at the residence. For purposes of this subsection, a private residence must be a permitted residential or lodging use listed in the use regulations of this article. If the use is a lodging use, the term “private residence” means the guest room only. (Ord. Nos. 19455; 21735)