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A blog about the Baltimore City Liquor Board

What happened at the Liquor Board on June 11, 2015.

Written by Becky Witt

11:00 a.m. cases

I. Violations:

Licensees Myong Nam Kimmico & Yoo Doo Park
Business Name Myong Nam, Inc.
Trading As M & M Lounge
Address 2500 E. Biddle Street
Type of License Class “BD7” Beer, Wine & Liquor License
Reason for hearing Violation of Rule 4.01(a): Sale to Minors – On May 26, 2015 at approximately 2:00 pm, Board’s Chief Inspector Shelton Jones, Inspector Darryl Clark and Oliver Community Assn conducted an underage alcohol sales investigation utilizing a 19 year old, Joshua Chandler (DOB 01/05/96). Mr. Chandler entered the bar and purchased a 40 oz bottle of Steel Reserve beer. This was sold to him by employee Yong Sok Kim (DOB 12/10/55) . Mr. Chandler was charged $2.85 for the purchase using a marked $20.00 bill.
Hearing notes

Deputy Executive Secretary Thomas Akras presented the Liquor Board’s case, with Joshua Chandler and Liquor Board inspectors Darryl Clark and Shelton Jones. Mr. Clark testified first; he has been a Liquor Board inspector for five months and was admitted as an expert in the field of liquor license regulation. Clark explained that he had examined Mr. Chandler’s driver’s license, so he knew that Chandler was under 21 years old. Clark gave Chandler a marked $20 bill and Chandler went into the establishment and purchased a 40 ounce bottle of Steel Reserve with the marked $20. At this point, Mr. Hurdle, for the licensees, interrupted and argued that Mr. Clark could be held criminally liable for conspiracy to break the law by giving the $20 to the underage person to purchase alcohol. Hurdle said that he wanted to make sure that Mr. Clark was advised of his rights not to testify. The commissioners allowed the testimony to continue. Hurdle pointed out, through his cross-examination of Clark, that Clark had not signed his incident report. Clark said that the normal practice is to submit unsigned reports to the Chief Inspector for his review.

Mr. Chandler testified that he is 19 years old and that he was volunteering with the Greenmount Oliver Community Association. No one asked him for identification, and the clerk sold him a 40 ounce Steel Reserve.

Mr. Shelton Jones testified that, normally, the office policy is to have the report signed, but this particular report was not signed.

The Chairman found that a violation of the law had occurred and moved on to the punishment phase of the hearing.

Hurdle informed the Board that the licensee’s sister, not the licensee, was behind the register at the time of the violation. Since the violation, the licensees have changed their procedures to require ID for anyone who looks under 30 years old. They have gone through an alcohol management class and have put signs out telling the customers to display ID. Mr. James Filipidis, the alcohol awareness instructor who did the training for the licensees, testified that they went through the training and read a description of the topics covered in the class. The licensees have owned this business for eight years. Commissioner Moore asked when they completed the updated class, and the licensee’s son replied that they had just done it two days before the hearing.

The licensee did not deny that the events, as stated by the Liquor Board inspectors, had occurred, which the commissioners took to be an admission of responsibility. The commissioners then heard from the community members present.

13th District City Councilman Warren Branch presented a letter on behalf of his office, in support of the community association’s position. As a lifelong resident of the community, Branch said that he had personally witnessed a great deal of loitering in front of the business as well as other illegal activity. When the Board suspended this license last year, there was a “transformation” in the community. Branch testified that they had been closed for two months under the suspension, while the Board’s notes show that the licensee served only two weeks of a 90-day suspension, because the Circuit Court issued an emergency stay of the suspension pending the appeal.

Mr. Julius Henson, President of the Berea Eastside Community Association, testified in support of a significant punishment for the establishment. Henson reiterated Councilman Branch’s observation that the corner was transformed, “so clean and so beautiful,” when the business was shut down briefly. Henson submitted several photographs from the previous day of loitering and what he testified to be drug hiding and selling. He said that people buy and sell drugs and loose cigarettes in and around the store.

Zoning R-8
Neighborhood Berea
Area demographics 1% White, 96% Black, 0% Asian, 1% 2 or more races; 1% Hispanic ethnicity; 35% of households have children under age 18; Median Household Income: $26,431.68; 21% households live below poverty line
Does corp entity exist, in good standing? Yes; yes.
Location of entity’s principal office Baltimore, MD
Attorney for licensee Mr. Abraham Hurdle
# in support ~4
Attorney for community None
# of protestants ~20
# of inspectors/police officers 2
Result of hearing Responsible for charge. 90 day suspension, $3,000 fine.
Vote tally Unanimous
Portions of state law cited in decision None
Other reasons given for decision

Chairman Ward noted that there are two prior violations for selling to a minor and one recent violation for not operating as a tavern. This is the first sale to minors violation since 2010. Commissioner Jones noted that the inspectors should be looking for the other issues and charges that the community had brought up at the hearing.

Issues raised in audit present in this case or other issues observed None
Licensee Tae Eun Moon
Business Name T & S Brothers, Inc.
Trading As Eden Café
Address 921 N. Eden Street
Type of License Class “A” Beer, Wine & Liquor License
Reason for hearing Violation of Rule 4.01(a) Sale to Minors – On May 26, 2015 at approximately 1:00 pm, Board’s Chief Inspector Shelton Jones, Inspector Darryl Clark and Oliver Community Assn conducted an underage alcohol sales investigation utilizing a 19 year old, Joshua Chandler (DOB 01/05/96). Mr. Chandler entered the bar and purchased a 40 oz bottle of Steel Reserve beer. This was sold to him by employee Byeong Chcol Park (DOB 09/06/67). Mr. Chandler was charged $2.85 for the purchase using a marked $20.00 bill.
Hearing notes

The licensee, Mr. Moon, admitted the violation. Thomas Akras read the facts into the record.

In mitigation, the licensee told the commissioners that he had been closed for a few weeks due to the unrest in May and had been reopened for two weeks when the violation occurred. Since the incident, he has instructed his employees on how to check IDs and has put up more signs around the store.

Zoning R-8
Neighborhood Gay Street
Area demographics 5% White, 89% Black, 2% Asian; 2% Hispanic ethnicity; 33% households have children under age 18; median household income: $15,415; 47% households live below the poverty line
Does corp entity exist, in good standing? Yes; yes
Location of entity’s principal office Baltimore, MD
Attorney for licensee None
# in support 1
Attorney for community None
# of protestants 0
# of inspectors/police officers 2
Result of hearing Responsible. $300 fine.
Vote tally Unanimous
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
Licensees Ki Hyuck Kwon & Kwang Ok Seo
Business Name Mirae Liquors, Inc.
Trading As Federal Liquors
Address 1537 N. Washington Street
Type of License Class “A” Beer, Wine & Liquor License
Reason for hearing

Violation of Rule 4.01(a): Sale to Minors – On May 26, 2015 at approximately 5:00 pm, Board’s Chief Inspector Shelton Jones, Inspector Darryl Clark and Oliver Community Assn conducted an underage alcohol sales investigation utilizing a 19 year old, Joshua Chandler (DOB 01/05/96). Mr. Chandler entered the bar and purchased a 40 oz bottle of Steel Reserve beer. This was sold to him by employee KWANG OK SEO (DOB 01/31/64). Mr. Chandler was charged $2.95 for the purchase using a marked $20.00 bill.

Hearing notes

The licensee was unrepresented by counsel but appeared with a friend to translate the proceedings. The licensee admitted the violation. His store has one prior recent violation for selling alcohol to minors from 2014.

Zoning B-1-2
Neighborhood Broadway East
Area demographics 1% White, 96% Black, 0% Asian, 1% 2 or more races; 1% Hispanic ethnicity; 35% of households have children under age 18; Median Household Income: $26,431.68; 21% households live below poverty line.
Does corp entity exist, in good standing? Yes; yes.
Location of entity’s principal office Baltimore, MD
Attorney for licensee None
# in support 2
Attorney for community None
# of protestants 0
# of inspectors/police officers 2
Result of hearing Responsible. $1,500 fine.
Vote tally Unanimous
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
Licensees Qiuguo Wang & Kungang Xing
Business Name Peace Grocery, Inc.
Trading As King’s Korner
Address 1713 E. Federal Street
Type of License Class “A” Beer & Wine License
Reason for hearing

Violation of Rule 4.01(a): Sale to Minors – On May 26, 2015 at approximately 4:00 pm, Board’s Chief Inspector Shelton Jones, Inspector Darryl Clark and Oliver Community Assn conducted an underage alcohol sales investigation utilizing a 19 year old, Joshua Chandler (DOB 01/05/96). Mr. Chandler entered the bar and purchased a 40 oz bottle of Steel Reserve beer. This was sold to him by employee Kun Fang Xing (DOB 11/15/80) . Mr. Chandler was charged $2.85 for the purchase using a marked $20.00 bill.

Hearing notes

Mr. Howard Miliman represented the licensees and, on their behalf, admitted the violations. Miliman said that one of the licensees became ill and asked his wife to fill in for him temporarily. She had her son with her and was distracted and sold the alcohol to the underage person by mistake. It will never happen again. The owner has owned the business for a little bit less than a year.

Zoning R-7
Neighborhood Broadway East
Area demographics 1% White, 96% Black, 0% Asian, 1% 2 or more races; 1% Hispanic ethnicity; 35% of households have children under age 18; Median Household Income: $26,431.68; 21% households live below poverty line.
Does corp entity exist, in good standing? Yes; yes.
Location of entity’s principal office Baltimore, MD
Attorney for licensee Mr. Howard Miliman
# in support 2
Attorney for community None
# of protestants 0
# of inspectors/police officers 2
Result of hearing Responsible. $300 fine.
Vote tally Unanimous
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
Licensee Ki Jeong Lee
Business Name Old Clubhouse, Inc.
Trading As Whispers
Address 1807-11 Baker Street
Type of License Class “BD7” Beer, Wine & Liquor License
Reason for hearing

Violation of Rule 4.01(a): Sale to Minors – On May 28, 2015 at approximately 6:28 pm, Board’s Chief Inspector Shelton Jones, Inspector Darryl Clark and Oliver Community Assn conducted an underage alcohol sales investigation utilizing a 19 year old, Joshua Chandler (DOB 01/05/96). Mr. Chandler entered the bar and purchased a 40 oz bottle of Steel Reserve beer. This was sold to him by employee Chul Min Kim (DOB 10/24/58). Mr. Chandler was charged $2.85 for the purchase using a marked $20.00 bill.

Hearing notes

Mr. David Woo represented the licensees and did not dispute the facts of the incident. He told the commissioners that Mr. Lee has been an exemplary licensee for over twenty years in different locations and has been found responsible for one prior violation. His employees were inexperienced but they have since all had alcohol awareness education and the licensee has spoken with them about how to avoid violations in the future.

Zoning B-1-2
Neighborhood Sandtown-Winchester
Area demographics 1% White, 96% Black, 0% Asian; 0% Hispanic ethnicity; 73% households have children under age 18; median household income: $23,974
Does corp entity exist, in good standing? Yes; yes.
Location of entity’s principal office Baltimore, MD
Attorney for licensee Mr. David Woo
# in support 1
Attorney for community None
# of protestants 0
# of inspectors/police officers 2
Result of hearing Responsible. $1,500 fine.
Vote tally Unanimous
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

1:00 cases

II. Violations:

Licensee Ramesh Suri
Business Name Roshni, LLC
Trading As Monumental Liquors
Address 2125 E. Monument Street
Type of License Class “BD7” Beer, Wine & Liquor License
Reason for hearing

Violation of Rule 4.10(a): Relations with Wholesalers – April 6, 2015 – At approximately 9:00 am Agent P.M. Pyle from the Comptroller of Maryland, Field Enforcement Division, conducted an inspection of the establishment Upon conducting his investigation Agent Pyle discovered approximately 450 containers of wine and spirits that were purchased by another licensee and warehoused at the establishment. When asked by Agents from the Comptroller as to who purchased the alcohol, the wife of the licensee of the establishment stated that she had purchased them for her store located at 3600 Belair Avenue (Roshnisuri, LLC, t/a Belair Discount Liquors) but had stored them on the premises of the establishment located on 2125 East Monument Street. At this time Agent Pyle informed the licensee that the storage of alcoholic beverages purchased by another licensee at the establishment located on 2125 E Monument Street was in violation of State law.

Hearing notes

Agent Pierre Pyle testified that he was doing a routine inspection when he found alcohol that had been purchased for the licensee’s wife’s store but was stored at the husband’s location. The licensees had to forfeit the alcohol to the state because of their violation of the law. Kodenski, for his clients, argued that it was a “de minimis type of thing” and a one-time mistake that won’t happen again.

Zoning B-2-2
Neighborhood CARE
Area demographics 5% White, 89% Black, 2% Asian; 2% Hispanic ethnicity; 33% households have children under age 18; median household income: $15,415; 47% households live below the poverty line
Does corp entity exist, in good standing? Yes; yes.
Location of entity’s principal office Baltimore, MD
Attorney for licensee Mr. Melvin Kodenski
# in support 2
Attorney for community None
# of protestants 0
# of inspectors/police officers 1
Result of hearing Responsible. $250 fine.
Vote tally Unanimous.
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 Frank Shaulis, Lorraine Cummings & Marc Rosenberg
Business Name Kimmico, Inc.
Trading As Fantasies
Address 5520 Pennington Avenue
Type of License Class “BD7” Beer, Wine & Liquor License/Adult Entertainment
Reason for hearing

Violation of Rule 4.17: Sexual Practices and Obscenity – January 28, 2015; February 12, 2015; February 21, 2015 – On January 28, 2015 at approximately 9:30 pm Det. Gatto of the Baltimore City Police Department entered the establishment to conduct an undercover investigation. During that evening, Det. Gatto observed Ms. Caitlin Moorhead and Ms. Katelyn Price – both dancers at the establishment – perform overt sexual acts on each other directly in front of Det. Gatto. On February 12, 2015, at approximately 9:00 pm Det. Gatto entered the establishment to continue his investigation. On this date, Det. Gatto observed Ms. Moorhead overt perform sexual acts on Ms. Price while on stage. On February 21, 2015, at approximately 12:06 am Det. Gatto entered the establishment to continue his investigation. At this time Det. Gatto observed both Ms. Moorhead and Ms. Price dancing on stage and performing overt perform sexual acts. Det. Gatto then advised members of the Vice Unit of the Baltimore City Police Department as to his location and observations. Members of the Vice Unit entered the establishment and observed Ms. Moorhead performing overt sexual acts on Ms. Price while on stage.

Violation of Adult Entertainment Rule 5(b): Prohibited Touching– January 28, 2015; February 12, 2015; February 21, 2015 – On all of these aforementioned dates, Det. Gatto observed Ms. Caitlin Moorhead and Ms. Katelyn Price performing overt sexual acts – which necessitated mutual touching of the other by both Ms. Moorhead and Ms. Price – on each other while dancing at the establishment known as Fantasies” located at 5220 Pennington Avenue in Baltimore City. Both Ms. Moorhead and Ms. Price were employees of the establishment at the time and were performing said acts both in public and private while working at the establishment.

Violation of Adult Entertainment Rule 6: Prohibited Conduct on the Premises– January 28, 2015; February 12, 2015; February 21, 2015 – On all of these aforementioned dates, Det. Gatto observed Ms. Caitlin Moorhead and Ms. Katelyn Price performing overt sexual acts on each other while dancing at the establishment known as Fantasies” located at 5220 Pennington Avenue in Baltimore City. Both Ms. Moorhead and Ms. Price were employees of the establishment at the time and were performing said acts both in public and private while working at the establishment.

Hearing notes

Baltimore City Police Department Vice Unit Detective Abraham Gatto testified that he had been conducting an undercover investigation for drug and prostitution activity at the bar, so had visited it on a number of occasions. He noticed that, while the other dancers danced alone, there were two dancers who always danced together, whose stage names were Hazel and Lynn. During their dance each time that Gatto was present (on three separate nights and more than once each night), the two women would perform oral sex on each other as part of their dance, according to Gatto’s testimony. On February 21, the final night, the Vice Unit came into the bar and informed the manager and the dancers that they can’t legally perform sexual acts on stage, under the Adult Entertainment regulations. Gatto said that he didn’t think the women knew that what they were doing was against the law. Under cross-examination from the licensee’s attorney, Gatto confirmed that he saw physical contact between the two women. There was some confusion in the testimony about the activities of the dancers, because they pronounce their real/legal first names the same way. Sergeant Chris Leisher and Detective Akinwande testified that they both witnessed the activity on February 21, when the Vice Unit was present.

Mr. Phillip Chong, of Duane Morris LLP, represented the licensees before the Board. He called the two dancers to testify, who both said that they were simulating sex acts but not actually performing them. The manager of the club, Calvin Brockdorf, testified that the police could not have been as close to the women as they said they were, and he said that customers often complain about dim lighting, which would have made it more difficult for the officers to see clearly.

Zoning M-3
Neighborhood Curtis Bay
Area demographics 48% White, 36% Black, 4% 2 or more races; 10% Hispanic ethnicity; 40% households have children under age 18; median household income: $33,644; 22% households live below the poverty line
Does corp entity exist, in good standing? Yes; yes.
Location of entity’s principal office Baltimore, MD
Attorney for licensee Mr. Phillip Chong, Duane Morris LLP
# in support ~5
Attorney for community None
# of protestants 0
# of inspectors/police officers 4
Result of hearing Responsible for all charges. Suspended 38 days, $1,000 fine.
Vote tally Unanimous
Portions of state law cited in decision None
Other reasons given for decision

Chairman Ward stated that he believed the officers’ testimony and that there was physical contact between the dancers. There was one prior violation for not having employee records on site. Curtis Bay Community Association submitted a letter in support of the club. The other commissioners agreed. After the punishment was given, the club’s manager made an impassioned speech to the commissioners to lower the number of days in the suspension, because there are many employees at the club who depend on the job. Chairman Ward told the attorney to write up his request for reconsideration, and the Board would consider it.

Issues raised in audit present in this case or other issues observed

In a case called Calvert County Planning Commission v. Howlin Realty Management, Inc., the Court of Appeals of Maryland held that an administrative agency “may reconsider an action previously taken and come to a different conclusion upon a showing that the original action was the product of fraud, surprise, mistake, or inadvertence, or that some new or different factual situation exists that justifies the different conclusion. What is not permitted is a ‘mere change of mind’ on the part of the agency.” Previous administrations of the Liquor Board apparently had a policy of privately reconsidering and overturning their public decisions, giving no explanation or warning to the public. If the Board changes its own ruling based merely on a change of mind, they would be breaking the law.

Licensees Shelly Gordon & Dolores Reicher
Business Name Silverlud, Inc.
Trading As Circus Bar
Address 427 E. Baltimore Street
Type of License Class “BD7” Beer, Wine & Liquor License/Adult Entertainment
Reason for hearing

Violation of Rule 4.17: Sexual Practices and Obscenity – March 10, 2015 – At approximately 7:20 pm an undercover detective of the Vice Unit of the Baltimore City Police Department entered the establishment. While at the establishment Det. Gatto engaged a dancer, later identified as Michelle Schwartz, in conversation. During their conversation Ms. Schwartz solicited Det. Gatto to engage in sexual acts in exchange for U.S. currency. Once the agreement was made, Bar Manager Terri Broseker, engaged Det. Gatto in conversation informing him that the cost of the sexual acts would be $170.00 and that he could use the basement area to engage in the sexual activity with Ms. Schwartz. Det. Gatto agreed to the conditions of the agreement and informed both parties that he would leave the establishment so that he could obtain the necessary fund to pay for services.

Violation of Rule 4.18: Illegal Conduct – March 10, 2015/January 8, 2015 – At approximately 8:00 pm the Baltimore City Police Department executed a Search and Seizure warrant at the establishment. The probable cause for the execution of the search warrant was based on a controlled purchase of illegal narcotic drugs at the establishment from a Mr. Andre Campbell, who was working as a bouncer at the establishment at time of purchase. On the date of the execution of the search warrant Mr. Andre Campbell was present and working at the establishment and was taken into custody and charged. On April 15, 2015 Mr. Campbell was convicted of Conspiracy to Distribute a Controlled Dangerous Substance and Distribution of a Controlled Dangerous Substance in regards to the prior controlled purchase which occurred on January 8, 2015.

Violation of Adult Entertainment Rule 9: Codes Compliance – March 10, 2015/January 8, 2015 – On March 10, 2015, at approximately 7:20 pm an undercover detective of the Vice Unit of the Baltimore City Police Department entered the establishment. While at the establishment Det. Gatto engaged a dancer, later identified as Michelle Schwartz, in conversation. During their conversation Ms. Schwartz solicited Det. Gatto to engage in sexual acts in exchange for U.S. currency. At approximately 8:00 pm the Baltimore City Police Department executed a Search and Seizure warrant at the establishment on that same date. The probable cause for the execution of the search warrant was based on a controlled purchase of illegal narcotic drugs at the establishment from a Mr. Andre Campbell, who was working as a bouncer at the establishment at time of purchase. On the date of the execution of the search warrant Mr. Andre Campbell was present and working at the establishment and was taken into custody and charged. On April 15, 2015 Mr. Campbell was convicted of Conspiracy to Distribute a Controlled Dangerous Substance and Distribution of a Controlled Dangerous Substance in regards to the prior controlled purchase which occurred on January 8, 2015.

Hearing notes

This hearing was postponed for two weeks.

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 Baltimore, MD
Attorney for licensee N/A
# in support N/A
Attorney for community N/A
# of protestants N/A
# of inspectors/police officers N/A
Result of hearing Postponed
Vote tally N/A
Portions of state law cited in decision N/A
Other reasons given for decision N/A
Issues raised in audit present in this case or other issues observed N/A
Licensees Ernest Hatmaker & Bradley Simmons
Business Name Chez Joey, LLC
Trading As Chez Joey
Address 415 E. Baltimore Street
Type of License Class “BD7” Beer, Wine & Liquor License/Adult Entertainment
Reason for hearing

Violation of Rule 4.17: Sexual Practices and Obscenity – March 10, 2015 – At approximately 8:00 pm an undercover detective of the Vice Unit of the Baltimore City Police Department entered the establishment. While there Det. Jackson engaged a dancer, later identified as Jasmine Vallare, in conversation. During their conversation Ms. Vallare solicited Det. Jackson to engage in sexual acts in exchange for U.S. currency. Ms. Vallare confirmed a range of prices for various services and agreed to a specific set of sexual services for $100.00 in U.S. currency.

Violation of Rule 4.18: Illegal Conduct – March 10, 2015/December 11, 2014 – At approximately 8:00 pm the Baltimore City Police Department executed a Search and Seizure warrant at the establishment. The probable cause for the execution of the search warrant was based on a controlled purchase of illegal narcotic drugs at the establishment from a Mr. Charles Thomas, who was working at the establishment at time of purchase, on December 11, 2014. On the date of the execution of the search warrant Mr. Charles Thomas was present and working at the establishment and was taken into custody and charged.

Violation of Adult Entertainment Rule 9: Codes Compliance – March 10, 2015/ December 11, 2014 – At approximately 8:00 pm an undercover detective of the Vice Unit of the Baltimore City Police Department entered the establishment. While there Det. Jackson engaged a dancer, later identified as Jasmine Vallare, in conversation. During their conversation Ms. Vallare solicited Det. Jackson to engage in sexual acts in exchange for U.S. currency. Ms. Vallare confirmed a range of prices for various services and agreed to a specific set of sexual services for $100.00 in U.S. currency. Shortly thereafter Det. Jackson’s investigation, Baltimore City Police executed a Search and Seizure warrant at the establishment. The probable cause for the execution of the search warrant was based on a controlled purchase of illegal narcotic drugs at the establishment from a Mr. Charles Thomas, who was working at the establishment at time of purchase, on December 11, 2014. On the date of the execution of the search warrant Mr. Charles Thomas was present and working at the establishment and was taken into custody and charged.

Hearing notes

This hearing was also postponed for two weeks.

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; no.
Location of entity’s principal office Baltimore, MD
Attorney for licensee N/A
# in support N/A
Attorney for community N/A
# of protestants N/A
# of inspectors/police officers N/A
Result of hearing Postponed
Vote tally N/A
Portions of state law cited in decision N/A
Other reasons given for decision N/A
Issues raised in audit present in this case or other issues observed N/A

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