Monthly Archives: July 2013

What happened at the Liquor Board on July 18, 2013

Chairman Fogleman and Commissioner Jones heard hearings; Commissioner Smith was not in attendance. Prior to the first hearing, Chairman Fogleman announced that anyone who is unhappy with a decision has 30 days to request judicial review from the Circuit Court, … Continue reading

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In May 2011, Governor O’Malley signed into law a bill requiring that the State Office of Legislative Audits perform an audit of the Baltimore City Liquor Board once every three years.  In March 2013, the first of these state audits … Continue reading

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What happened at the Liquor Board on July 11, 2013

Commissioner Smith, as Acting Chairwoman, led the hearings. Chairman Fogleman was not in attendance. During the first hearing, Acting Chairwoman Smith announced that all approvals are contingent upon the proper documentation being received. No vote breakdowns were announced, but the … Continue reading

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Community Law Center in the news!

The Baltimore Sun recently ran an article on the city’s Adopt-A-Lot program, outlining the reasons that many believe the program provides insufficient land tenure rights for communities. Community Law Center was featured in the article as a legal resource for … Continue reading

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What happened at the Liquor Board on June 27, 2013

1:00 pm Docket: Hearings began at 1:26 pm.  Chairman Fogleman announced that any approvals made are subject to the Liquor Board receiving various documents before the license is issued and all decisions are unanimous unless the Board says otherwise. The … Continue reading

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