A liquor license application for a new music club across from Hagerstown City Hall was dismissed Wednesday.
The three-member Board of License Commissioners for Washington County, which oversees county liquor licenses, unanimously agreed to dismiss the application from the owners of KingPin at 41 N. Potomac St. The club owners had applied for a liquor pouring license.
The Liquor Board was scheduled to hear public testimony on the application last week. Several neighbors who wanted to testify against the new club receiving a liquor license were at the hearing. But when only one of the two club owners showed up, the hearing was postponed.
At that time the board members agreed to give the club owners a week to explain the absence. But the board never received a response, said board Chairman Donald L. Mellott.