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Liquor Board briefs

June 24, 2009|By DAN DEARTH

Liquor Board OKs sale of Liquor Locker



Washington County liquor officials on Wednesday approved the sale of the Liquor Locker liquor store at 1740 Dual Highway.

The Board of License Commissioners for Washington County, known as the liquor board, voted 2-0 to approve the sale during a brief hearing.

Liquor board treasurer Charles F. Mades was absent.

Robert Cody plans to sell the Liquor Locker to Pravin Kotadia of Ashburn, Va., according to liquor board documents.

Cody said earlier this month he wanted to sell the business so he could retire.

Maryland Theatre's executive director to be added to liquor license



The name of the new executive director of The Maryland Theatre will be added to the theater's liquor license.

On Wednesday, the Board of License Commissioners for Washington County, known as the liquor board, said the name of Jay C. Constantz could be added to the license.

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Constantz was hired last month as the theater's executive director, replacing Jenni Hatcher.

Liquor board chairman Robert L. Everhart said Hatcher's name would be taken off the license.

GeGe's owner asks for permission to add horseshoe pit



The Board of License Commissioners for Washington County, known as the liquor board, is considering whether to let a Sharpsburg business owner install a horseshoe pit.

On Wednesday, Benjamin Brown, who owns GeGe's at 208 S. Church St., asked the liquor board for permission to install the horseshoe pit outside the business.

Liquor board chairman Robert L. Everhart said Brown would have to get permission from Sharpsburg officials before the liquor board could give its approval.

Everhart said Brown's request was "not out of the question," but the metallic clanging that horseshoes make could cause noise issues.

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