ARTHUR SCHULTZ’S let-ter (The Mail, 5/3) should scare the hell out of anyone interested in the quality of life in city residential neighborhoods. He references as many as 17 H.H. Leo-nardslike establishments seeking or desiring liquor licenses in similar residential areas. And at the behest of his commercial clients—who are uninterested in maintaining livable city neighborhoods—he rallies support for Councilmember Brazil’s efforts to overturn my amendment, which denies liquor licenses to clubs in residential neighborhoods.
By the way, has anybody checked whether the many activities at H.H. Leonards are legal under the city’s home occupation regulations?