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Liquor board briefs

August 12, 2009|By DAN DEARTH

Divi's Nightclub changes class of liquor license



Washington County liquor officials granted a Dual Highway nightclub's request to change its class of liquor license during a hearing Wednesday.

The Board of License Commissioners for Washington County, known as the liquor board, permitted Divi's Nightclub at 431 Dual Highway to change its liquor license from a Class P pouring license to a Class D tavern license.

Divi's manager Roy Lorshbaugh said last month the business was violating the conditions of its Class P license because food sales did not account for at least 51 percent of the business.

Businesses with a Class D license are not required to serve at least 51 percent food.

Maryland Theatre adds two people to liquor license



Officials from The Maryland Theatre at 21 S. Potomac St. in Hagerstown were given permission Wednesday to add two people to its liquor license.

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The Board of License Commissioners for Washington County, known as the liquor board, approved adding Sam Young, president of the theater's board of directors, and Board Vice President Jay Wandalowski to the license.

-- Dan Dearth

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