SLA Mapper (SLAM) is a tool that aggregates data that community boards from Harlem to Hollis often have to gather in order to review liquor license applications and sidewalk cafe applications. The SLA Mapper aggregates information about active liquor licenses, sidewalk cafe licenses, 311 complaints about bars/restaurants/clubs, and restaurant health inspections in NYC onto a single map. This is to ease the process for community boards of forming a resolution on a liquor license or sidewalk cafe application.
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