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Burhans Station could temporarily close

May 15, 2009|By DAN DEARTH

HAGERSTOWN -- The owner of the Burhans Station restaurant in Hagerstown said Wednesday he plans to temporarily close the restaurant at 301 S. Burhans Blvd. in September if he receives permission to transfer his liquor license.

Patrick Amatucci told Washington County liquor officials he would like to transfer his liquor license to a building on Wesel Boulevard near the Martin's grocery store.

If the transfer is granted, Amatucci said he would like to keep the license at Burhans Station until early September, when he intends to close the business.

Amatucci said after a meeting with the Board of License Commissioners for Washington County, known as the liquor board, that he wanted to transfer the license to Wesel Boulevard so he could open a delicatessen and liquor store.

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Although his future plans were uncertain, he said, he might reopen Burhans Station as a crab house.

Burhans Station opened in 2001, Amatucci said.

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