Liquor board

September 13, 2007|By DAN DEARTH

Beer sales to be allowed at Kix concert

Washington County liquor officials approved a request Wednesday that will allow beer sales at the Kix concert Sept. 22 at the North American Rod and Gun Club in Hagerstown.

Robert L. Everhart, chairman of the Board of License Commissioners for Washington County, said concert-goers will not be allowed to bring alcohol onto the club property.

Lucky Jinx granted a liquor license

The Board of License Commissioners for Washington County on Wednesday granted a liquor license to the Lucky Jinx restaurant at 1 S. Main St. in Boonsboro.

Lucky Jinx owner Tom Cleveland said the license will allow the restaurant to serve beer, wine and liquor.

The Lucky Jinx also serves lunch and dinner.

Transfer of tavern's license discussed

During a Wednesday meeting, Washington County liquor officials discussed transferring the liquor license at Lauren's Tavern on East Franklin Street in Hagerstown to another business owner who wants to convert the establishment into a Tex-Mex restaurant.


Joseph Arias said after the meeting that he is trying to buy the entire property.

If that happens, Arias said he wants to renovate the inside of the restaurant and serve Hispanic food.

No decision was made.

Man seeks liquor license for theater

Montgomery County resident Mark Brody approached the Board of License Commissioners for Washington County on Wednesday to ask them the requirements for opening a cinema that serves alcohol at 27-31 N. Conococheague St. in Williamsport.

Brody said he is buying the building, which features a clock tower, and thinks Williamsport could be "a little Georgetown" with the right direction.

The commissioners told Brody that he would have to file an application and meet other requirements, like finding a resident agent, to receive a license.

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