Shipwrecked Brew Pub was denied a Conditional Use Permit Wednesday evening by the Egg Harbor Plan Commission. The plan called for additional seating and a beer garden to be located behind its building in downtown Egg Harbor. Plan Commission Chair Cambria Mueller says the CUP was denied because the project did not meet parking requirements and that it did not fit in with the vision set down by the villages’ long-term comprehensive plan. After three hours of public discussion, deliberation, and consideration the Conditional Use Permit was voted down 4-2, with one abstention by commissioner Chris Roedl. Kathy Navis and Lou Nyberg voted in favor of the project, but the other four members of the Plan Commission voted against it. Hence, no additional vote was needed on the Special Development District Relief Application for the Shipwrecked Brew Pub project. Mueller says according to statutes since this is the second time a CUP by Shipwrecked Brew Pub has failed to pass the Egg Harbor Plan Commission this year, Shipwrecked Brew Pub must wait until next year to reapply for another Conditional Use Permit.