Washington County liquor board briefs

November 29, 2007|By DAN DEARTH

Board OKs liquor licenses for two businesses

The Board of License Commissioners for Washington County on Wednesday approved liquor licenses for two businesses in Sharpsburg and Williamsport.

Denny Ingram, owner of Ingram's Tavern at 2403 Harpers Ferry Road in Sharpsburg, said after the commissioners granted the business a liquor license that he intends to open Friday night. The tavern will sell beer, wine, liquor and snacks, he said.

"I would like to thank all the (government) departments for helping us get opened," Ingram said.

The commissioners also granted John Walla, owner of Black-Eyed Susan at 17102 Virginia Ave. in Williamsport, a license to pour beer and wine. That license, however, will be held until the restaurant opens, possibly in mid-January.

Walla said he plans to serve a variety of sandwiches, pastas, fresh seafood and steaks. He said Black-Eyed Susan will be in the same building as Hickory Corner, a deli and catering business.


Liquor officials considering license for Clarion

Washington County liquor officials will make a decision within the next 30 days whether to give the Clarion Hotel on Dual Highway permission to open a bar in the facility's pool area.

Robert L. Everhart, chairman of the Board of License Commissioners for Washington County, said if the license is granted, it would allow the Clarion to sell beer, wine and alcohol.

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