Booze News: Distilled in Room 215

A blog about the Baltimore City Liquor Board

What happened at the Liquor Board on May 1, 2014.

Written by Becky Witt

Commissioner Smith and Jones in attendance. Commissioner Smith is acting as Chairwoman until Former Chairman Fogleman’s replacement is announced.

1:00 p.m. cases

Applicants Hugh Kavanaugh, Nelson Stritehoff & Wayne Haley
Business Name Clifton Pleasure Club, Inc.
Trading As Clifton Pleasure Club
Address 2803 Grindon Avenue
Type of License Class “C” Beer, Wine & Liquor License
Reason for hearing

The docket listed the following as the reason for the hearing: “Request to reopen after being closed for more than 90 days under the provisions of Article 2B section 10-504(d).” Article 2B section 10-504(d) does not contain any such provision.

Rather, Article 2B section 10-301(j)(4) is the relevant provision, which states: “Notwithstanding any other provision of this article, and except where extenuating circumstances exist, before a licensed premises in Baltimore City that has been closed for at least 3 consecutive months may be reopened: (i) The Board of Liquor License Commissioners shall hold a public hearing; and (ii) The licensee shall obtain approval from the Board of Liquor License Commissioners to reopen.”

Hearing notes

Mr. Kodenski noted that there had been a postponement request from the Lauraville Improvement Association in February but that this application has been pending for a long time. He said that the club has been in existence for one hundred years, and that many of its members are older and want to transfer ownership to new members. Commissioner Smith said that the Board did not have a postponement request in the file but that it also did not have documentation that the Board had properly notified the Lauraville Improvement Association of the rescheduled hearing.

Zoning R-4
Neighborhood Lauraville
Area demographics 36% White, 58% Black, 1% Asian; 2% Hispanic ethnicity; 32% households have children under age 18; 5% households below poverty line; median household income: $58,085.61
Does corp entity exist, in good standing? Yes; yes (incorporated in 1924).
Location of entity’s principal office 2803 Grindon Ave, Baltimore, MD 21214
Attorney for licensee Mr. Melvin Kodenski
# in support ~5
Attorney for community None
# of protestants 0
# of inspectors 0
Result of hearing Postponed
Vote tally Smith and Jones in favor.
Portions of state law cited in decision None
Other reasons given for decision None
Issues raised in audit present in this case or other issues observed None
Applicants Cuneyt Ozturk & Sudhir Trivedi
Business Name Ozturk, Inc.
Trading As Bosphorous
Address 5716 York Road
Type of License Class “B” Beer, Wine & Liquor License
Reason for hearing Application for a new Class “B” Beer, Wine & Liquor restaurant license under the provisions of Rule 2.08 requiring $200,000 in capital investment in restaurant fixtures and facilities and seating capacity for a minimum of 75 people; request for live entertainment & outdoor table service
Hearing notes

Mr. Lalit Gadhia represented the two applicants: he informed the Board that the business has been open for a couple years, that the owners are doing renovations on the building and therefore are applying for a new Class B restaurant license. The licensees have negotiated a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the York Road Partnership (YRP).

Ms. Laverne Nicholson-Sykes, President of the Belvedere Improvement Association (BIA) was present with concerns about the establishment. She told the Board that she wanted a postponement because BIA had not been involved in negotiating the MOU. Councilman Bill Henry explained to the Board that BIA was not involved because BIA does not usually attend YRP meetings; further, Mr. Henry said that it’s YRP’s policy to let the community association that is closest to an establishment (presumably this is not BIA) decide the important terms of an MOU. He added that he didn’t think the Board should delay or postpone the hearing to allow BIA time to submit input and that there are no residential areas across the street or behind the property. Under questioning from Commissioner Smith, Ms. Nicholson-Sykes stated that BIA had some concerns about live entertainment, outdoor seating, and maximum capacity that were not addressed in the MOU with YRP. She admitted that the restaurant is not within BIA’s boundaries, but argued that it is adjacent to their community.

Commissioner Smith went off the record to give both sides time to discuss their differences and come to an understanding.

After two more hearings, the parties were called back up before the Board. The applicant submitted a petition with 50 signatures in support of the project. He will install appropriate lighting, keep the premises free of debris and trash, and will not sell single serve small bottles of alcohol. He promised to make sure that any music or live entertainment will be at a level that does not disturb residents. He submitted a capital investment breakdown with all of the improvements that he plans to make to the building.

Ms. Nicholson-Sykes renewed her objections to the lack of specificity of the MOU.

Zoning B-2-2
Neighborhood Rosebank
Area demographics 69% Black, 23% White; 4% Hispanic ethnicity; 29% households have children under age 18; median household income: $44,853; 6.3% of households live below the poverty line
Does corp entity exist, in good standing? Yes; yes.
Location of entity’s principal office 5716 York Rd, Baltimore, MD 21212
Attorney for licensee Mr. Lalit Gadhia, Esq.
# in support 3
Attorney for community None
# of protestants 1
# of inspectors 1 – Mark Fosler
Result of hearing Approved
Vote tally Smith & Jones in favor
Portions of state law cited in decision Article 2B section 10-202(a)
Other reasons given for decision MOU with community group
Issues raised in audit present in this case or other issues observed None
DISCLAIMER Community Law Center attorney and Booze News blogger Becky Lundberg Witt represented the community association in this case.
Applicants Martha Garcia, William Reyes & Gerado Garcia
Business Name Latin Quarters Corporation
Trading As Latin Quarters
Address 646 S. Newkirk Street
Type of License Class “D” Beer, Wine & Liquor License
Reason for hearing Request to transfer ownership
Hearing notes

Mr. Hurdle brought up, as a preliminary matter, that the Greater Greektown Neighborhood Alliance (GGNA) is not an incorporated entity and therefore moved that they not be heard. Commissioner Smith dismissed Mr. Hurdle’s objection, stating that the Board has never required community groups to be incorporated in order to be recognized.

Ms. Witt raised the issue of the validity of the license, also as a preliminary matter. Commissioner Smith also dismissed this issue, advising the community group to request a validity hearing regarding the license if they have validity concerns.

The three applicants testified about their experience in the restaurant and alcohol service industry. They did not provide any details about their prospective business, even after being directly asked how their business would be unique among the other bars in the area.

The community submitted personal letters from residents, a petition with 100 signatures and a map showing the addresses of the petitioners in relation to Latin Quarters, letters from GGNA and Greektown CDC in opposition, and letters from community representatives, including City Councilman James Kraft, City Council President Jack Young, and the 46th district delegation of state representatives. The community also testified about the applicants’ failure to attend a special meeting which was convened specifically to discuss the bar or to explain why they did not attend. According to newly elected GGNA President James Pringle, instead of the licensees, who had promised to attend, their attorney, Abraham Hurdle, attended the meeting but did not have anything useful to report on behalf of his clients. Mr. Hurdle did not know what kind of license was being transferred, the hours or days of operation, whether the bar had been open recently, or what plans his clients had for their business. In addition, Mr. Hurdle advised the community (which did not have legal representation at the time) that they should not try to negotiate a “CLC MOU” because such an agreement would be too complicated and end the parties in court. Mr. Hurdle attempted to object to this testimony on the basis that it was hearsay, but Commissioner Smith overruled the objection, since the Board is allowed to consider hearsay, as an administrative body. Mr. Pringle testified that the proposed location has no parking lot and is located on a narrow one-way street with limited street parking.

The community also submitted maps of the numerous other licenses within two blocks of the proposed bar: one map was taken from the Liquor Board’s file and the other was made using OpenBaltimore data by James Pringle.

Finally, the community submitted an inspector’s report, a police report, and a 911 call log sheet that shows that Latin Quarters was illegally open for a week in February 2014. During that time, there was a serious street fight that began inside the illegally open bar: one man was very badly wounded by a blow to the head.

In closing, Mr. Hurdle argued that the Board shouldn’t consider all of the community’s evidence about public need and accomodation, since the bar has been in that location for a long time. He pointed out that, according to their testimony, the applicants have significant restaurant and alcohol management experience. He did not submit any letters or petitions in support of the project.

Zoning R-8
Neighborhood Greektown
Area demographics 52% White, 12% Black, 3% Asian; 30% Hispanic ethnicity; 30% households have children under age 18; median household income: $38,987.50.
Does corp entity exist, in good standing? Yes; yes.
Location of entity’s principal office 646 S. Newkirk St.
Attorney for licensee Mr. Abraham Hurdle
# in support 3
Attorney for community Ms. Becky Lundberg Witt, Community Law Center
# of protestants 5
# of inspectors 0
Result of hearing Denied
Vote tally Smith & Jones in favor.
Portions of state law cited in decision None
Other reasons given for decision Letters submitted by community members, petition, letter submitted by community representatives and community organizations.
Issues raised in audit present in this case or other issues observed None.
Applicants Jason Sanchez, Antoine Gruver & Nina Kasniuanas
Business Name Sanchez Gruver Restaurants, LLC
Trading As The Fork and Wrench
Address 2320-22 Boston Street
Type of License Class “B” Beer, Wine & Liquor License
Reason for hearing Application for a new Class “B” Beer, Wine & Liquor restaurant license under the provisions of Article 2B Section 6-201 (d) (vii) $500,000 in capital investment in restaurant fixtures and facilities and seating capacity for a minimum of 75 people; request for outdoor table service
Hearing notes

Mr. Stanley Fine, for his clients, the applicants, informed the Board that the applicants already hold a BD-7 tavern license. They’re applying for this Class B restaurant license and will then “put [the BD-7 license] on the shelf” and offer it for sale elsewhere. They submitted a letter of support from Dan Tracy, Vice President of the Canton Community Association, as well as a petition with 72 signatures in favor of the new license. Mr. Fine informed the Board that the operation will be exactly the same as it currently is, with 126 seats, and over 65% daily receipts in food sales.

Zoning B-2-2
Neighborhood Canton
Area demographics 86% White, 4% Black, 3% Asian; 5% Hispanic ethnicity; 9% households have children under age 18; median household income: $82,130.
Does corp entity exist, in good standing? Yes; yes.
Location of entity’s principal office 2322 Boston St, Baltimore, MD
Attorney for licensee Mr. Stanley Fine, Rosenberg Martin Greenberg LLP
# in support 3
Attorney for community None
# of protestants 0
# of inspectors 1 – Karen Brooks
Result of hearing Approved
Vote tally Smith & Jones in favor
Portions of state law cited in decision None
Other reasons given for decision None
Issues raised in audit present in this case or other issues observed None
Applicant Amy Nguyen
Business Name Indochine, LLC
Trading As Indochine
Address 1015 N. Charles Street
Type of License Class “B” Beer, Wine & Liquor License
Reason for hearing Application for a new Class “B” Beer, Wine & Liquor restaurant license under the provisions of Rule 2.08 requiring $200,000 in capital investment in restaurant fixtures and facilities and seating capacity for a minimum of 75 people; request for live entertainment & off-premises catering
Hearing notes

Ms. Nguyen appeared at the hearing, unrepresented. She told the Board that she has been running a Vietnamese family restaurant and would like to add alcohol service. Mr. Johnson from the Mount Vernon Belvedere Association was also at the hearing, in support of the new license but with reservations about the outdoor table service. Ms. Nguyen told the Board that she would withdraw her request for outdoor tables. The restaurant will be open from 8AM to 10PM daily; in the summer, they will be open until 11PM on the weekends. She provided a menu and a seating chart showing 84 seats. She also provided an investment report, showing a $261,000 capital investment. Ms. Nguyen’s family has owned similar restaurants in Silver Spring, Maryland (for 10 years) and in Wheaton, Maryland (for 20 years). She has worked in her family’s restaurants since she was 15 years old, and she will be personally managing and overseeing the Mount Vernon restaurant.

Zoning B-4-2
Neighborhood Mid-Town Belvedere
Area demographics 53% White, 32% Black, 8% Asian, 3% 2 or more races; 4% Hispanic ethnicity; 6% households have children under age 18; Median Household Income: $38,331; 5.5% households live below poverty line.
Does corp entity exist, in good standing? Yes; yes.
Location of entity’s principal office 1024 W Fayette St, Baltimore, MD
Attorney for licensee None
# in support 2
Attorney for community None
# of protestants 0
# of inspectors 0
Result of hearing Approved
Vote tally Smith & Jones in favor
Portions of state law cited in decision None
Other reasons given for decision None
Issues raised in audit present in this case or other issues observed None
Applicant Jaspal Singh
Business Name Mattu Brothers, Inc.
Trading As Fillippo’s Pizzeria
Address 418 S. Conkling Street
Type of License Class “BD7” Beer, Wine & Liquor License
Reason for hearing Application to transfer ownership
Hearing notes

Mr. Singh appeared on his own behalf and did not seem to have any information to present about his business. Commissioner Smith said, “I think it would be in [Mr. Singh’s] best interest to postpone this case” so that he could gather information about his experience, his plan for the business, and any supporting documents that might be useful. Mr. Singh said that he would prefer to move forward and not postpone the case.

There was a letter in the file from the Highlandtown Community Association, stating that they had agreed not to protest the transfer of ownership under certain conditions, including: that the licensee would discourage loitering, that he would invest a significant amount of money in renovating the property, that outdoor seating would end by 10PM on weekdays and 11:30 on Fridays and Saturdays, and that he would limit the sale of alcohol in small containers. Mr. Singh agreed to all of these conditions as license restrictions.

Zoning B-2-3
Neighborhood Highlandtown
Area demographics 66% White, 9% Black, 3% Asian; 19% Hispanic ethnicity, 17% households have children under age 18; median household income: $60,484; 15% households live below the poverty line
Does corp entity exist, in good standing? Yes; yes
Location of entity’s principal office 418 S Conkling St
Attorney for licensee None
# in support 1
Attorney for community None
# of protestants 0
# of inspectors 1 – Edward Owens
Result of hearing Approved
Vote tally Smith & Jones in favor
Portions of state law cited in decision None
Other reasons given for decision None
Issues raised in audit present in this case or other issues observed None

2:00pm cases

Applicant Lenny Sierra
Business Name Sierra, Inc.
Trading As trade name pending
Address 3907-23 E. Lombard Street
Type of License Class “B” Beer, Wine & Liquor License
Reason for hearing Request to transfer ownership, request for live entertainment
Hearing notes

Mr. Kodenski informed the Board that the proposed transfer of ownership is for an establishment that can hold up to 500 people but is in an area bordered by a shopping center. Right now, Mr. Sierra plans to hire 3-4 employees and to do some catering. There is parking on the street and in a nearby subleased lot. Commissioner Smith noted that the building looks like a large hall. Mr. Kodenski replied that there are four large rooms, with a restaurant and a hall area.

The applicant had not had time to meet with the community association. Mr. Kodenski told the Board that Mr. Baker (the current licensee) told him that there is no community association in this area. A quick search on Baltimore’s Cityview website brings up eight potential community associations for this address: Brewer’s Hill Community Association, Highlandtown Community Association, Southeast Community Development Corporation, Highlandtown Arts and Entertainment District, Presidents Council of Southeast Baltimore, Eastern Community Action Center, Southeast Presidents Council, and the Southeastern District Police Community Relations Council.

At this point, Pastor Mark Parker, who is a member of the Highlandtown Community Association and the pastor of Breath of God Lutheran Church in Highlandtown, came up to the front of the room and was sworn in. He requested a postponement on behalf of HCA. He said that he was very familiar with the property and would love to speak with the applicant. Kodenski objected to this postponement request, pointing out that the Board’s new policy is for parties to request postponements 72 hours in advance of the hearing. Commissioners Smith and Jones denied the postponement request.

Zoning B-3-2
Neighborhood Baltimore Highlands
Area demographics 52% White, 12% Black, 3% Asian, 2% 2 or more races, 30% Hispanic ethnicity, 30% households have children under age 18; Median Household Income: $39,874.02; 18% households live below the poverty line.
Does corp entity exist, in good standing? Yes; yes.
Location of entity’s principal office 3907-23 E. Lombard St, Baltimore, MD
Attorney for licensee Mr. Melvin Kodenski
# in support 2
Attorney for community None
# of protestants 0
# of inspectors 1 – Edward Owens
Result of hearing License transfer approved; live entertainment request denied.
Vote tally Smith & Jones in favor
Portions of state law cited in decision None
Other reasons given for decision None
Issues raised in audit present in this case or other issues observed In two cases immediately following each other, the Board applied the postponement rule differently. In the 3907 E Lombard case, the Board denied the community’s postponement request as being late, but in the case at 35 N. Potomac Street, the Board granted the licensee’s postponement request, though it was also late. Both postponement requests were in violation of the Board’s year-old 72-hour postponement rule, which states that either party must request a postponement at least 72 hours in advance of the scheduled hearing.
Applicant Alfredo Vazquez
Business Name El Palacio Latino, Inc.
Trading As trade name pending
Address 35 N. Potomac Street
Type of License Class “BD7” Beer, Wine & Liquor
Reason for hearing Request to transfer ownership & location from a Class “BD7” BWL license presently located at 105 S. Conkling Street to 35 N. Potomac Street
Hearing notes

Mr. Kodenski requested a postponement, because there was no objection to the transfer in the file on Tuesday, 72 hours before the hearing. Mr. Kodenski argued that it wouldn’t be fair to the applicant to hold the hearing, because Mr. Kodenski had told him not to bring people in support of the application, because he didn’t know about the opposition. [There is no requirement in the Board’s Rules and Regulations that either side notify the other of any support or opposition of an application.]

David Liebensperger, President of and attorney for the Patterson Park Neighborhood Association, objected to the postponement request. He stated that the PPNA had submitted a letter of opposition to the Board in February, months in advance of the hearing. On March 12, PPNA submitted a packet of multiple petitions opposing the transfer, as well as many community letters. He added that the applicant was at a PPNA community meeting and therefore knows about the community’s opposition. Thirteen people missed work to be present to oppose the transfer.

Zoning R-8
Neighborhood Patterson Park
Area demographics BNIA did not have demographics available for Patterson Park.
Does corp entity exist, in good standing? Yes; yes.
Location of entity’s principal office 35 N. Potomac St, Baltimore, MD
Attorney for licensee Mr. Melvin Kodenski
# in support ~3
Attorney for community Mr. Leibensperger
# of protestants 16+
# of inspectors 0
Result of hearing Postponed
Vote tally Smith & Jones in favor
Portions of state law cited in decision None
Other reasons given for decision Commissioner Smith stated that the Board has a policy of letting each side request one postponement. She added that the Board would be more than willing to try to accommodate the schedules of the community members who were present on that day when the Board reschedules the hearing.
Issues raised in audit present in this case or other issues observed In two cases immediately following each other, the Board applied the postponement rule differently. In the 3907 E Lombard case, the Board denied the community’s postponement request as being late, but in this case, at 35 N. Potomac Street, the Board granted the licensee’s postponement request, though it was also late. Both postponement requests were in violation of the Board’s year-old 72-hour postponement rule, which states that either party must request a postponement at least 72 hours in advance of the scheduled hearing.
Applicant Randy Coffren
Business Name FLOS, LLC
Trading As trade name pending
Address 418 S. Clinton Street
Type of License Class “BD7” Beer, Wine & Liquor License
Reason for hearing Application to transfer ownership with request for outdoor table service
Hearing notes

The case was postponed, since the applicant was out of town.

Zoning R-8
Neighborhood Highlandtown
Area demographics 66% White, 9% Black, 3% Asian; 19% Hispanic ethnicity, 17% households have children under age 18; median household income: $60,484; 15% households live below the poverty line
Does corp entity exist, in good standing? Yes; yes
Location of entity’s principal office 418 S. Clinton St, Baltimore, MD
Attorney for licensee Mr. Melvin Kodenski
# in support 0
Attorney for community None
# of protestants 0
# of inspectors 0
Result of hearing Postponed
Vote tally Smith & Jones in favor
Portions of state law cited in decision None
Other reasons given for decision None
Issues raised in audit present in this case or other issues observed None
Applicants Lisa Epps & Teresa Pridgeon
Business Name 5 Commerce, LLC
Trading As Diving Horse Gentlemans Club
Address 5-11 Commerce Street
Type of License Class “BD7” Beer, Wine & Liquor License/ Adult Entertainment License
Reason for hearing Request to transfer ownership
Hearing notes

One of the two applicants was present, with their attorney, Mr. Kodenski. Mr. Kodenski informed the Board that the Diving Horse has been in existence for many years. The applicants have managed similar establishments around The Block. Ms. Epps testified that she has five years of experience, will hire five employees, and will be open from 8PM to 2AM. The building has a parking lot, and there will also be street parking available. Mr. Kodenski pointed out that the services provided are inherently “unique” under Article 2B section 10-202(a). The applicants have agreed to work with the Downtown Partnership.

Zoning B-5-2
Neighborhood Downtown
Area demographics 39% White, 37% Black, 16% Asian, 3% 2 or more races; 5% Hispanic ethnicity; 9% of households have children under age 18; Median Household Income: $38,146; 18% households live below poverty line
Does corp entity exist, in good standing? Yes; yes.
Location of entity’s principal office 5-11 Commerce St, Baltimore, MD
Attorney for licensee Mr. Melvin Kodenski
# in support 1
Attorney for community None
# of protestants 0
# of inspectors 0
Result of hearing Approved
Vote tally Smith & Jones in favor
Portions of state law cited in decision None
Other reasons given for decision None
Issues raised in audit present in this case or other issues observed None
Applicants Paramjit Singh & Pardeep Kumar
Business Name American Singh, LLC
Trading As trade name pending
Address 1812 W. Pratt Street
Type of License Class “BD7” Beer, Wine & Liquor License
Reason for hearing Request to transfer ownership
Hearing notes

Mr. Kodenski reported to the Board, on behalf of his clients, that they seek ownership of this license in its existing location. The building has its own parking, with 15-20 spots available. There are four apartments upstairs. The business will be open 8AM to 12PM, 7 days per week. The applicants will hire 2-3 part time employees.

Mr. Kodenski said, “I tried to find out if there was a community group there, but I couldn’t.” A quick Cityview search showed eight potential community associations for this address, including: Gwynns Falls Trail Council, Operation Reachout-Southwest-(OROSW), Southern District Police-Community Relations Council, Southwest Sanitation Task Force, West Pratt Street Merchants Association, Communities Organized To Improve Life-(COIL), West Baltimore Coalition, and West Baltimore Strategic Alliance. Commissioner Jones told Mr. Kodenski to ask Baltimore Development Corporation (BDC), and Mr. Kodenski told Mr. Jones that “he’d done it in the past and he’d been led astray.” Commissioner Smith asked Mr. Kodenski which councilmanic district the address fell into, and Mr. Kodenski did not know. (The address is located in the 9th district, represented by William “Pete” Welch.) Commissioner Smith asked Mr. Kodenski to be in touch with the relevant councilperson’s office, as a courtesy.

Zoning B-3-2
Neighborhood Carrollton Ridge
Area demographics 17% White, 76% Black, 1% Asian; 4% Hispanic ethnicity; 36% households have children under age 18; median household income: $28,513.80; 30% households live below the poverty line
Does corp entity exist, in good standing? Yes; yes.
Location of entity’s principal office 8138 Glen Arbor Dr., Rosedale, MD 21237
Attorney for licensee Mr. Melvin Kodenski
# in support 2
Attorney for community None
# of protestants 0
# of inspectors 0
Result of hearing Approved
Vote tally Smith & Jones in favor
Portions of state law cited in decision None
Other reasons given for decision None
Issues raised in audit present in this case or other issues observed None

Sung Koo Kang, Yeun Im Yang & Mi Cha Park, GLOF, Inc. T/a Oxford Tavern, 1741 W. North Avenue – Class “BD7” Beer, Wine & Liquor License – Request to transfer ownership: The Board did not call this case.

Applicant Shailja Anand
Business Name 5302 Frankford, LLC
Trading As Tusker Lounge
Address 5302 Frankford Avenue
Type of License Class “BD7” Beer, Wine & Liquor License
Reason for hearing Request to transfer ownership
Hearing notes

Mr. Kodenski, for his client, informed the Board that Ms. Anand had met with the Frankford Improvement Association and HARBEL and neither had any objections to the proposed transfer of ownership. The applicant had been a licensee with her husband at another location on Belair Road; this other business has never had a violation from the Board. She has also met with Councilman Brandon Scott. Mr. Kodenski submitted a petition with 35 signatures in support of the transfer of ownership. The business has its own parking and will hire around six employees. It will be open from 10AM to 2AM.

Zoning B-2-1
Neighborhood Frankford
Area demographics 15% White, 79% Black, 2% Asian; 2% Hispanic ethnicity; 35% households have children under age 18; 15% households below poverty line; median household income: $39,144.11
Does corp entity exist, in good standing? Yes; yes.
Location of entity’s principal office 5302 Frankford Ave, Baltimore, MD
Attorney for licensee Mr. Melvin Kodenski
# in support 1
Attorney for community None
# of protestants 0
# of inspectors 1 – Mark Fosler
Result of hearing Approved
Vote tally Smith & Jones in favor
Portions of state law cited in decision Article 2B section 10-202(a)
Other reasons given for decision None
Issues raised in audit present in this case or other issues observed None

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