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Liquor Board briefs

September 20, 2007|By DAN DEARTH

Transfer considered for Boonsboro Liquors



The Board of License Commissioners for Washington County on Wednesday held a hearing concerning the transfer of Boonsboro Liquors' liquor license.

John Wilson of Damascus, Md., said he is interested in purchasing the business at 10 S. Main St.

D.A.R.S. Inc. is the current owner.

Because Wilson resides outside the county, Commission Chairman Robert L. Everhart said Wilson would need a resident agent, or someone who has lived in Washington County for at least the past two years, to be part of the application process.

Among other things, the resident agent has to have a clean criminal record and be 21 or older, Everhart said.

Boonsboro Liquors serves beer, wine and liquor, Everhart said.




Permission given for beer at fundraiser



The Williamsport Vikings Junior Football League will hold a fundraiser from 1 to 6 p.m. Oct. 14 at the Fairplay Ruritan Pavilion.

The Board of License Commissioners for Washington County on Wednesday gave football league officials permission to serve beer at the event, which will include a steak dinner for $12.

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Randy Jamison, a football league official, said no one younger than 21 will be allowed to attend the fundraiser.

People who want tickets may call Jamison at 301-988-6572.

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