Monthly Archives: July 2015

Stadium Lounge reconsideration/settlement.

On May 14, 2015, the Baltimore City Liquor Board heard testimony on three alleged violations of law committed by the licensee at Stadium Lounge, at 3351-55 Greenmount Avenue in Waverly. The three alleged violations were: (1) illegal gambling at a … Continue reading

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What happened at the Liquor Board on July 16, 2015.

11:00 a.m. cases Chairman Benjamin Neil, Commissioner Douglas Trotter, and Alternate Commissioner Harvey Jones sat for hearings on July 16, 2015. The third full commissioner has not yet been appointed by Governor Hogan. Transfers and New Applications: Applicants Joginder Singh … Continue reading

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Legal Tools for Urban Agriculture in Baltimore City

Community Law Center has created a new resource for those engaged in urban agriculture in Baltimore City. This manual consolidates and provides a brief overview of the laws, regulations, rules and policies involved in urban agriculture projects in Baltimore City. … Continue reading

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Testimonial 1

TESTIMONIAL How could anyone, when informed about what CLC does, not support it financially? We are helping to build the economic strength of low-income communities that lack the financial resources to pay for private legal representation. CLC makes an important … Continue reading

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What happened at the Liquor Board on July 9, 2015.

11:00 a.m. cases The newly appointed commissioners, Chairman Benjamin Neil and Commissioner Douglas Trotter, with alternate member Harvey Jones, began hearings at 11:05am. New Applications and Transfers: Applicants Harry Miller & Marigot Miller Business Name Millerz, LLC Trading As Abbey … Continue reading

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What happened at the Liquor Board on June 25, 2015.

11:00 a.m. cases On this last hearing date of their term, each commissioner took a few minutes to thank BLLC staff and talk about their experience with reforming the agency over the past year. I. Protest of Renewal Applicant The … Continue reading

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