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Landis brothers seek liquor license approval for proposed York City nightclub

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Sean and Matt Landis.
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A public hearing will be held this month to determine if York City residents will support a proposed nightclub's application to serve liquor within city limits.

The hearing has been set for 6 p.m., March 19, at York City council chambers, 101 S. George St. The city council is seeking public input before its members accept or reject a liquor license for the former Citizens Banks building at 1 N. George St. on Continental Square.

Matt and Sean Landis, owners of Fat Daddy’s in Springettsbury Township, have been working with the York City Redevelopment Authority since 2017 to finalize an agreement that would allow them to open a nightclub in the former bank building, which they plan to call The Treasury. The building is currently owned and maintained by the RDA.

The brothers plan to feature live music and entertainment.

After the hearing, York City Council will have 45 days to accept or reject the application, or approve a motion for a 60-day extension, according to Dianna Thompson-Mitchell, York City clerk.

If the council does not act within the approved time period, the license would be automatically approved.

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Maria Yohn Nease covers banking, finance and York county. Have a tip or question for her? Email her at mnease@cpbj.com.

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