Monthly Archives: October 2014

What happened at the Liquor Board on October 16, 2014.

All three commissioners (Commissioners Moore and Jones and Chairman Ward) were present for the hearings on October 16, 2014. 11:00 a.m. cases I. Transfers and amendments Applicant Prem Mahat Business Name Nepal House, Inc. Trading As Nepal House Address 918‐20 … Continue reading

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What happened at the Liquor Board on October 2, 2014.

11:00 a.m. cases I. Transfers and amendments: Applicant Rosita Cassell Business Name New Cassell’s, Inc. Trading As Sign of the Times Address 137‐39 N. Belnord Avenue Type of License Class “D” Beer, Wine & Liquor License Reason for hearing Application … Continue reading

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Police Statements in Liquor Board hearings

Police officers are often the sole witnesses to violations that put liquor license holders before the liquor board. The current board requires officers to appear at the board’s hearings to support their already filed police reports. If an officer cannot … Continue reading

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What happened at the Liquor Board on September 25, 2014.

11:00am cases To watch Liquor Board hearings from September 25, please click on the embedded video. I. Reconsideration/hardship extension. All three commissioners began hearings at 11:03am. Applicants/Licensees, Contract Purchasers Brett Austin & Joshua Foti Business Name None Trading As None … Continue reading

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Urban Agriculture Property Tax Credit in Baltimore City: First Reader Committee Meeting at City Hall

In a public hearing before the Taxation, Finance and Economic Development Committee, members of Baltimore’s City Council heard discussion about the proposed Council Bill 14-0420 to implement an urban agriculture property tax credit. Councilmember William “Pete” Welch and others introduced … Continue reading

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