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Minutes

Minutes
Thursday, May 11, 2017

 

            The following members of the Board were present at the County Commissioners’ Meeting Room, Charles County Government Building, for a regular hearing of the Board of License Commissioners:  Pamela Smith, Chairman, Thomasina Coates, Vice Chairman, Guy N. Black, Steve Lowe, and Linda J. Warren.  Also appearing in support of the Board were M/Cpl. Judith Thompson, Alcohol Enforcement Coordinator; Wayne Magoon, Alcohol Enforcement Inspector; Associate County Attorney Melody Miles Haynes; and Lisa Bailey, Clerk/Recording Secretary.  The Chairman was running late and the Vice Chair convened the meeting at 10:10 a.m., with the Chairman arriving at 10:22 a.m.

1.         Upon a motion duly made, seconded and unanimously carried, the Board approved the following temporary alcoholic beverage license applications, as presented:

Harry White Wilmer American Legion Post 82, by: David A Tatman, for a 1-day temporary alcoholic beverage license to sell/serve Beer Only, at White Plains Golf Course on June 23 from 7:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. for their 12th Annual Williams Golf Tournament with approximately 144 people expected to attend. 

Charles County Chamber of Commerce, by:  Betsy Burian, President/CEO.  Appearing on behalf of the applicant was Dee Hancock, for two (2) 1-day temporary alcoholic beverage licenses to sell/serve Beer, Wine & Liquor, at monthly mixers, from 5:30 to9 7:30 p.m., on the following dates and locations, with approximately 100 people expected to attend each event:  June 1, 2017 inside Alzheimer’s Assn, So MD Office, 10665 Stanhaven Place, White Plains; and July 13, 2017 inside Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery, 1072 DeMarr Rd., White Plains.

Mechanicsville Moose Lodge 496, by Robert Dorwart, Secretary.  Appearing on behalf of the applicant was Steve Dorwart and William Males, for a 1-day temporary alcoholic beverage license to sell/serve Beer Only at White Plains Golf Course, on June 2 (rain date 6/9) from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., for their 13th Annual memorial fundraiser with proceeds to benefit cancer research, with approximately 100 people expected to attend.

Restorers of Mount Carmel in Maryland, Inc., by: Daniel R. Bowes, President, for a 1-day temporary alcoholic beverage license to sell/serve Beer, Wine & Liquor inside Sacred Heart Church, La Plata, on June 3 from 6-11 p.m. for a fundraiser for Mt. Carmel Monastery with approximately 100 people expected to attend.

Charles County Crime Solvers, Inc., by: John Lowe.  Appearing on behalf of the applicant was William Johnson, for a for a 1-day temporary alcoholic beverage license to sell/serve Beer, Wine & Liquor at White Plains Golf Course, on June 13 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., for their 7th Annual Golf Tournament fundraiser with approximately 150 people expected to attend.

Indian Head Center for the Arts, by John D. Hungerford.  Appearing on behalf of the applicant was Pam Frank, for three (3) 1-day temporary alcoholic beverage license to sell/serve Beer, Wine & Liquor inside Indian Head Center (Black Box Theatre) for the Arts on May 13, for Talk Show Live; May 19 for Comedy Night; and May 20, for a dance performance.  Each event from 6-11 p.m. for fundraising events with 50-75 people expected to attend each date.

          2.         Application for a temporary alcoholic beverage license for Community Support Systems, Inc., by:  Roberta Jenkins and Phebe Brooks came before the Board.  Ms. Brooks and Claudia Raskin appeared and presented information with regard to their proposed event at Serenity Farms, from 2-6 p.m., on August 19, 2017.  They described the event as a “Home Brew Fest” where home brew vendors would display and participate in a tasting/ranking beer competition.  There would be ticket sales to the public from Community Support Systems, Inc., but the applicant nor the home-brewers would be selling alcoholic beverages.  They further testified that the ticket holders would have to be age 21 or over, and the event is a fundraiser for Community Support Systems.  The clerk described that the licensing required for the vendors, if required, may fall under the purview of the State Comptroller’s Office; and, Community Support systems, Inc., was not proposing to sell or provide the alcoholic beverages, a local temporary alcoholic beverage license may not be required.  M/Cpl. Judith Thompson offered to seek further guidance from her counterpart at the Comptroller’s as to their licensing requirements for the vendors and work with the clerk if a local permit is necessary.  Upon a motion duly made, seconded and unanimously carried, the Board approved the temporary permit, contingent upon clarification from the Comptroller as to whether or not a local permit is required. 

Subsequent to the hearing, M/Cpl. Judith Thompson provided the applicant with the guidelines under which the vendors may participate.  Further, the clerk received a telephone call from Ms. Raskin, Community Support Systems, Inc., notifying her that they also intend to sell beer purchased by them from a licensed wholesaler/retailer, therefore, a local permit would be required.  Later, the applicant followed up with alcohol enforcement and the clerk and advised that their “committee reviewed the information that you [M/Cpl. Judith Thompson] provided (thanks again), and we have decided to wait until 2018 to proceed with this event.”

            3.         Vandnaben Soni, Gagandeep Kaur Suri, Chesapeake Wine Shoppe, LLC t/a Chesapeake Wine Shoppe, 12030 Jefferson Farm Place, Waldorf, MD  20601, appeared for a transfer of the Class A – Beer, Wine & Liquor (off sale) Package Goods alcoholic beverage license from Mark A. Larner, Chesapeake Wine Shoppe, LLC, Chesapeake Wine Shoppe, 12030 Jefferson Farm Place, Waldorf, MD 20601.  Counsel to the Board was David Martinez, Esquire.  Testimony was presented by the applicants pertaining to the facts contained in the application which evidenced, among other things, that Vandnaben Soni, Gagandeep Kaur Suri, Chesapeake Wine Shoppe, LLC, meet the requirements to hold an alcoholic beverage license, with Ms. Soni holding an 80% interest in the limited liability company and Ms. Suri holding a 20% interest; both identified as authorized/managing members of the LLC; and, both having resided in Charles County for at least 2 years.  The applicants further testified as to their anticipated hours of operation; that the new licensees intend to be involved in the day-to-day operation of the business; that they intend to employ at least 1 manager and 3 employees - all of which will be certified by an approved alcoholic beverage training course; that they will maintain the current “No Vertical ID” policy; and that they anticipate no change to the current operation of the business.  They also testified that they are aware of a prior violation from August, 2016 against Chesapeake Wine Shoppe, LLC, which constitutes a prior offense, which will remain in abeyance for 3 years from the date of that hearing, and may be considered in any future violations/suspensions under these licensees, the corporate entity remains the same.  Upon consideration of the testimony and evidence presented, and upon a motion duly made, seconded and unanimously carried, the Board approved the transfer contingent upon payment of the appropriate transfer fee.

            4.         Alexis Evietta Reese, Jay Shah, Neil Amin, St. Charles Hotel Operating, LLC, t/a Hilton Garden Inn, 10385 O'Donnell Place, Waldorf, Maryland 20603, appeared for a transfer of the Class B/H (Hotel) Beer, Wine & Liquor (on sale only) alcoholic beverage license from Michael Wells, Jay Shah, Neil Amin, St. Charles Hotel Operating, LLC, t/a Hilton Garden Inn, 10385 O'Donnell Place, Waldorf, Maryland 20603.  Counsel to the applicants was Sara H. Arthur, Esquire.  At the Board’s April 13, 2017 hearing, the Board approved a request for postponement of the expiration of the current (2016) license for an additional period of 20 days, from the expiration of the license, at midnight, April 30, 2017, until May 19, 2017, as provided for in Alcoholic Beverages Article §4-705, Annotated Code of MD, in order for the licensee to comply with the replacement of the resident licensee.  Testimony was presented by the applicant Alexis Evietta Reese, pertaining to the facts contained in the application which evidences, among other things, that Alexis Evietta Reese, replaces Michael Wells as the resident licensee, holding a 20% interest in St. Charles Hotel Operating, LLC.  The remaining officers will remain licensees, with Mr. Amin and Mr. Shah each continuing to hold their 40% interest.  Also appearing on behalf of the applicants was Michael Ghosh, General Manager, who testified in regard to the alcohol awareness certification, training, current policies, and that they anticipate no further change to the current operation of the business.  Upon consideration of the testimony and evidence presented, and upon a motion duly made, seconded and unanimously carried, the Board approved the transfer as presented, contingent upon payment of the appropriate transfer fee, by close of business May 19, 2017.

            5.         Brianna Brown, Jacqueline Jefferson, Ambitious 101, LLC, t/a Wayside Store, 13074 Rock Point Road, Newburg, Maryland  20664, for a transfer of the Class D – Beer, Wine (on/off sale) Liquor (off sale only) alcoholic beverage license from Amit N. Patel, Mae C. Wade, My Wayside Store, LLC, t/a Wayside Store, 13074 Rock Point Rd., Newburg, MD 20664.  Counsel to the applicant was David J. Martinez, Esq.  As a hearing on the matter of the show cause order is pending, the Board determined to conduct the show cause hearing before the hearing on the transfer. 

            6.         Show Cause in the Matter of the Class D – Beer & Wine (on/off sale) Liquor (off sale only) alcoholic beverage license issued to Amit N. Patel, Mae C. Wade, My Wayside Store, LLC, t/a Wayside Store, 13074 Rock Point Road, Newburg, Maryland  20664, dated February 17, 2017.  Licensees Amit N. Patel and Mae C. Wade, appeared were represented by Hammad Matin, Esquire.  Associate County Attorney, Adam Storch, addressed the Board on behalf of Alcohol Enforcement, with an administrative plea and recommendations agreed to by Mr. Matin, which propose to resolve the case without a contested hearing.  On behalf of his clients, Mr. Matin acknowledged receipt of the charges and admitted to the allegations contained in Count II of the Show Cause Order without dispute or hesitation; and plead “no contest” in regard to the allegations contained in Count I of the Show Cause Order.  While acknowledging that the proffer is not binding upon the Board, Alcohol Enforcement recommended to the Board that the alcoholic beverage license issued to Amit N. Patel, Mae C. Wade, My Wayside Store, LLC, t/a Wayside Store, 13074 Rock Point Road, Newburg, MD 20664, be suspend until the pending transfer is 100% complete and the alcoholic beverage license transfers to a new licensee.  Alcohol Enforcement deferred to the Board’s discretion in regard to monetary fines. 

            At 11:45 A.M., upon a motion duly made, seconded and unanimously carried, and in accordance with General Provisions Article, §3-305(b)(7) the Board moved to closed session to consult with counsel to obtain legal advice on a legal matter involving their fine/suspension options/authority.  The board reconvened at 11:56 A.M.

            Upon consideration of the testimony and evidence presented, and upon a motion duly made, seconded and unanimously carried, the Board ordered, that the alcoholic beverage license issued to Amit N. Patel and Mae C. Wade, My Wayside Store, LLC, t/a Wayside Store, be suspended until the assessed fine is paid in full and the pending transfer is 100% complete, but not before 14 days beginning at opening of business on Friday, May 12, 2017, until close of business on May 25, 2017; and, the Board further ordered, that the alcoholic beverage licensee, Amit N. Patel and Mae C. Wade, My Wayside Store, LLC, t/a Wayside Store, be fined $2,500 for each count contained in the Show Cause order, for a total of $5,000, due on or before Thursday, May 25, 2017, and before the alcoholic beverage license can transfer to a different entity.

            7.         The Board recalled Brianna Brown, Jacqueline Jefferson, Ambitious 101, LLC, t/a Wayside Store, 13074 Rock Point Road, Newburg, Maryland 20664, for a transfer of the Class D – Beer, Wine (on/off sale) Liquor (off sale only) alcoholic beverage license from Amit N. Patel, Mae C. Wade, My Wayside Store, LLC, t/a Wayside Store, 13074 Rock Point Rd., Newburg, MD 20664.  Counsel to the applicants was David J. Martinez, Esquire.  Testimony was presented by the applicants pertaining to the facts contained in the application which evidences in part, that Brianna Brown holds an 80% interest in Ambitious 101, LLC, and Jacqueline Jefferson holds the remaining 20% interest and serves as resident licensee on behalf of Ambitious 101, LLC.  The applicants further testified as to their experience in the alcohol service industry; their anticipated hours of operation; that the new licensees intend to be involved in the day-to-day operation of the business; that they intend to employ 3-4 employees - all of which will be certified by an approved alcoholic beverage training course; and that they will impose a “No Vertical ID” policy.  The applicants do not anticipate any change in the operation of the business, commonly known as a country store/deli.  Upon a motion duly made, seconded and unanimously carried, the Board approved the transfer as presented, but not before the expiration of the suspension imposed upon the current licensee (5/26/17), and contingent upon a completed petition, Health permit, Use & Occupancy permit, Sales Tax Identification No., and satisfaction of outstanding items with the Comptroller, along with payment of the $200.00 transfer fee.

            8.         Show Cause in the Matter of the Class B/N (Nightclub) Beer, Wine & Liquor (on sale only) alcoholic beverage license issued to Sena H. Kim, Beer 4 U Inc., t/a Beer 4 U Sports Bar, 2172 Crain Highway, Waldorf, Maryland  20601.  The Board approved a request for a continuance, filed by David Martinez, Esquire on behalf of the licensee, to prepare for a contested hearing in June, 2017. 

            9.         Show Cause in the Matter of the Class B/RB (Restaurant/Bar) Beer, Wine & Liquor (on sale only) alcoholic beverage license issued to Agapito Labaya Dienzo, Kwang-Woo Choi, Deborah Marie King, CD888, LLC, t/a Bonchon Waldorf, 3059 Waldorf Marketplace, Waldorf, Maryland 20603, alleging a violation of Alcoholic Beverages Article, § 6-304 of the Annotated Code of Maryland.  Licensee Kwang-Woo Choi appeared along with  Linda Carter, Esquire, who on behalf of her clients, acknowledged receipt of the show cause order and admitted to providing alcoholic beverages service to an Approved Underage Person on March 28, 2017, in violation of Alcoholic Beverages Article, § 6-304 of the Annotated Code of Maryland.  The alleged server, Samantha Evelin Vasquez, also appeared and acknowledged receipt of the show cause order and admitted to the violation.  The licensee and server further provided testimony and evidence as to their alcohol management policies, including 100% certification of all employees involved in the sale and service of alcoholic beverages.  The Board also took into consideration that their alcoholic beverage license was just issued to them less than 6 months ago.  Upon consideration of the testimony and evidence presented, and upon a motion duly made, seconded and unanimously carried, the Board ordered, that the alcoholic beverage license issued to Agapito Labaya Dienzo, Kwang-Woo Choi, Deborah Marie King, CD888, LLC, t/a Bonchon Waldorf, 3059 Waldorf Marketplace, Waldorf, Maryland 20603, be suspended for 3 days, with 2 of the 3 days held in abeyance for 3 years from the date of the hearing, contingent upon no further violations.  It was further ordered, that the 1-day suspension is to begin at opening of business on Tuesday, May 16, 2017; and end at close of business on Tuesday, May 16, 2017; that the licensees be fined Seven Hundred Fifty Dollars ($750.00), made payable to the Charles County Treasurer and delivered to the Board of License Commissioners, prior to reinstatement of the license; and finally, that the server, Samantha Evelin Vasquez, be fined Seventy-five Dollars ($75.00), made payable to the Charles County Treasurer and delivered to the Board of License Commissioners within 14 days from the date of the hearing. 

            10.       Show Cause in the Matter of the Class D – Beer, Wine & Liquor (on/off sale) alcoholic beverage license issued to Jagdeep Singh, Indian Corporation, t/a Buddy's Liquors, 4611 Indian Head Highway, Indian Head, MD  20640.  The Board approved a request for a continuance, filed by David Martinez, Esquire on behalf of the licensee, to prepare for a contested hearing in June, 2017. 

             11.       Show Cause in the Matter of the Class D – Beer, Wine & Liquor (on/off sale) alcoholic beverage license issued to Penny Flanagan, Claude H. Humbert, Riverboat on the Potomac, Inc., t/a Riverboat on the Potomac, 301 Beach Terrace, Colonial Beach, Virginia  22443.  Licensees Penny Flanagan and Claude H. Humbert appeared along with Hammad S. Matin, Esquire, who on behalf of his clients acknowledged receipt of the show cause order, and admitted to providing alcoholic beverages service to an Approved Underage Person on April 6, 2017, in violation of Alcoholic Beverages Article, § 6-304 of the Annotated Code of Maryland. Samantha Evelin Vasquez, the alleged server, also appeared and acknowledged receipt of the show cause order and admitted to the violation.  The licensee and server further provided testimony and evidence as to their alcohol management policies, including 100% certification of all front service employees who are involved in the sale and service of alcoholic beverages.  They also presented testimony and evidence as to their history as a responsible alcoholic beverage licensee with Ms. Flanagan serving as licensee since 1992; as well as their designation as the largest private employer in Colonial Beach.  In consideration of their longstanding history as a responsible licensee, Mr. Matin suggested that the Board consider a 1-day suspension in lieu of fines, or in the alternative, a relatively minor fine.  Upon a motion duly made, seconded and unanimously carried, the Board ordered that the alcoholic beverage license be suspended for 3 days, with all 3 days held in abeyance for 3 years from the date of the hearing, contingent upon no further violations.  It was further ordered that the licensee be fined Seven Hundred Fifty Dollars ($750.00), made payable to the Charles County Treasurer and delivered to the Board of License Commissioners, within 14 days of the hearing; and finally, that the server, Laura Leigh Riley, be fined One Hundred Fifty Dollars ($150.00), made payable to the Charles County Treasurer and delivered to the Board of License Commissioners within 14 days from the date of the hearing.

             12.       Show Cause in the Matter of the Class A – Beer, Wine & Liquor (off sale only) Package Goods alcoholic beverage license issued to Arvind R. Patel, Dip Corporation, t/a White Plains Liquors, 4425 Crain Highway, White Plains, Maryland  20695.  Licensee Arvind R. Patel appeared and was represented by David Martinez, Esquire, who acknowledged receipt of the show cause order, and admitted to providing alcoholic beverages service to an Approved Underage Person on March 23, 2017, in violation of Alcoholic Beverages Article, § 6-304 of the Annotated Code of Maryland.  Jitu Natubhai Chavada, the alleged server who partook in the sale along with licensee Arvind R. Patel, also appeared and acknowledged receipt of the show cause order and admitted to the violation.  The licensee and server provided testimony and evidence as to their alcohol management policies and training.  The licensee further testified as to the economic impact a suspension may have upon the licensee as 75% of his sales are for alcoholic beverages.  Upon consideration of the testimony and evidence presented, and upon a motion duly made, seconded and unanimously carried, the Board ordered that the alcoholic beverage license be suspended for 6 days, with 3 days held in abeyance for 3 years from the date of the hearing, contingent upon no further violations, with the suspension is to begin at opening of business on Friday, May 12, 2017, and end at close of business on Sunday, May 14, 2017.  It was further ordered that the licensee be fined Two Thousand Five Hundred Fifty Dollars ($2,500.00), made payable to the Charles County Treasurer and delivered to the Board of License Commissioners, before reinstatement of the alcoholic beverage license; and, that the server, Jitu Natubhai Chavada, be fined Fifty Dollars ($50.00), made payable to the Charles County Treasurer and delivered to the Board of License Commissioners within 14 days from the date of the hearing.

            13.       Patricia A. Shymansky, t/a Shymansky's Marina, 16320 Cobb Island Rd., Cobb Island, MD 20625, appeared to amend her alcoholic beverage license application to include outside entertainment.  In April, the licensee appeared with a request for outside entertainment on the following dates:  April 15, 22; May 6, 20, 28; July 15, 22; and August 5, 2017.  The Board approved the April 15 and 22nd dates only, and instructed the clerk to advertise and post the property for a full hearing with regard to outside entertainment, and ordered that the applicant reappear with a diagram and plan which addresses all aspects of the proposed outside entertainment, including parking & overflow, containment areas, traffic, noise, and nuisance issues. 

            As background, this licensee initially appeared on April 10, 2014 and entered into a Consent Order with the Board of License Commissioners, setting forth a redefinition of their licensed premises to include an outside “… 60’ X 90’….. “grassy area surrounded by split rail fence…” which allowed their patrons to consume alcoholic beverages in a defined outside area, and established certain limitations to the use of that outside space.  The licensee re-appeared on May 14, 2015, and the Board approved their request for a modification of the Consent Order to allow the licensee to serve alcoholic beverages from an outside bar area to be constructed within the previously approved outside area. 

            On March 9, 2017, Charles Wesley Johnson, Patricia Ann Shymansky, JNP Enterprises, LLC, t/a Shymansky’s Restaurant & Marina, 12530 Neale Sound Drive, Cobb Island, MD  20625, appeared for a transfer of the Class D –Beer, Wine & Liquor (on/off sale) alcoholic beverage license and continuation of the previously approved modified Consent Order.  The applicants acknowledged the parameters under the Consent Order; as well as the subsequent modification containing the approval of the outside bar area.   The applicants agreed to comply with the modified consent order and stated that any entertainment provided by the licensee would be remain on the inside of the building.  The Board approved the transfer as presented, contingent upon satisfaction of any outstanding matters, including a Use & Occupancy Permit, certificate of successful completion of an approved alcohol awareness program, and upon payment of the appropriate transfer fee within 60 days of March 9, 2017.  The applicants reappeared today and were represented by Roger Fink, Esquire, and the Board approved their request for a 60-day extension to finalize the transfer.

            Mrs. Shymansky then re-appeared along with Mr. Charles Johnson, and asked the Board to further modify the April 10, 2014 Consent Order to allow for outside entertainment, in accordance with their written request.  The legal notice was published and the property was posted with a notice of the date and time of today’s hearing.  The licensee further set forth the parameters within which they proposed to manage the outside entertainment, including, but not limited to their written request and testimony governing overflow parking and attendants, fixed fencing, compliance with the Noise Ordinance, and limitation on the hours of outside entertainment to be concluded by 10:00 P.M., and acknowledged the Board’s caution that they must be a good neighbor.  With no one speaking in opposition to the request, and upon a motion duly made, seconded and unanimously carried, the Board approved the further modification to the Consent Order to allow for outside entertainment, as presented, and contingent upon compliance with all required permits, laws, and regulations, and upon payment of the public notice publishing fee.

            14.       Gregory A. McGowan, The Social @ 228, LLC, re-appeared for an update of his efforts to build-out the premises trading as of Social @ 228.  Also appearing on behalf of his client was David Martinez, Esquire.  This new Class B/RB (Restaurant/Bar) alcoholic beverage license was initially approved with contingencies on March, 2016, with an anticipated opening date of September, 2016.  The applicant re-appeared on October, 2016, and the Board approved an extension for the Use & Occupancy permit until December 31, 2016.  On February 9, 2017 the applicant appeared and provided an update as to the ongoing construction issues, and their anticipated opening by the May 11, 2017 hearing date.  The applicants again reappeared, and upon consideration of the testimony and evidence presented, and upon a motion duly made, seconded and unanimously carried, the Board granted the applicant’s request for an extension until the July hearing date. 

            15.       The Clerk provided the Board members with copies of the following bills, approved during the 2017 Session of the Maryland General Assembly:

House Bill 710/ Chapter 418 - Charles County – Alcoholic Beverages – Alcohol Awareness Certification - FOR the purpose of requiring in Charles County a holder of certain alcoholic beverages licenses or an individual designated by the license holder who is employed in a supervisory capacity to be certified by an approved alcohol awareness program and to be present on the licensed premises at all times when alcoholic beverages may be sold; providing certain penalties; and generally relating to holders of alcoholic beverages licenses in Charles County.  Effective October 1, 2017; and

House Bill 712/ Chapter 138 - Charles County – Alcoholic Beverages – Selling to Underage Individual – Penalties - FOR the purpose of altering a certain penalty the Board of License Commissioners for Charles County may impose on a license holder or an employee of a license holder who violates as a first offense the prohibition against selling or providing alcoholic beverages to an individual under the age of 21 years; and generally relating to alcoholic beverages in Charles County.  Effective July 1, 2017.

            16.       The clerk provided the Board members with a copy of the Agenda for the Maryland Alcohol Licensing Association (MALA) conference, accommodations confirmations, and correspondence with regard to the upcoming vote for the members of the Executive Committee, including the nomination of M/Cpl. Judith Thompson, who is up for re-election.

            17.       M/Cpl. Judith Thompson shared the Compliance Report for the month of March, indicating the following fifty-five of sixty-three licensed establishments passed the compliance inspection:

  1. Texas Roadhouse, La Plata   (Recheck)
  2. Urban Bar-B-Que, La Plata
  3. American Legion #82, La Plata
  4. Nanjemoy Country Store, Nanjemoy
  5. Murphy’s Store, Port Tobacco (Drive-in check)
  6. Colonial Liquors, La Plata   (Drive-in check)
  7. Jimmies Paddock, White Plains (Drive-in check)
  8. Carrabbas Italian Grill, Waldorf
  9. Hooters, Waldorf
  10. Korner Liquors, Waldorf  (Drive-in check)
  11. Ledo Pizza & Subs, Waldorf
  12. Plaza Liquors, Waldorf   (Drive-in check)
  13. Port Tobacco Marina, Port Tobacco
  14. Ollies Bar & Grill, Ripley   (Drive-in check)
  15. Pisgah General Store, Pisgah
  16. Grinder’s Liquors, Marbury
  17. Lee’s Market, Glymont
  18. Mama Stella’s Ristorante Italiano, Bryan’s Road
  19. Big B Liquors, Bryan’s Road (Drive-in check)
  20. TGI Friday’s, Waldorf
  21. Famous Dave’s, Waldorf
  22. Bobby Rucci’s Famous Italian Deli, White Plains
  23. Double Eagle Tavern, Waldorf
  24. Babe’s Boys Tavern, Waldorf
  25. Bud’s Liquors, Waldorf   (Drive-in check)
  26. Kodori Korean & Japanese Restaurant, Waldorf
  27. Big Mouth Beer, Wine, & Spirits, Waldorf
  28. Commerce Liquors, Waldorf   (Drive-in check)
  29. Boston Gourmet Pizza, Waldorf
  30. Buffalo Wild Wings, Waldorf
  31. Cheers, Waldorf
  32. Vino Liquors, La Plata
  33. Rosewick Wine & Spirits, La Plata
  34. The Prime Street Grille, White Plains
  35. Outback Steakhouse, La Plata
  36. The Green’s Wine & Spirits, Bel Alton
  37. La Plata Liquors, La Plata   (Drive-in check)
  38. Red Top, Faulkner
  39. Hunan Star III, La Plata
  40. Ironsides Store, Ironsides
  41. Huntt’s Corner Tavern, Pomfret
  42. Dan’s Store, Newburg
  43. Simpson’s Corner Store, Dentsville
  44. Wine Cellar, Waldorf
  45. Longhorn Steakhouse, Waldorf
  46. Noodles & Company, Waldorf
  47. The Wine Shoppe, Waldorf
  48. Red Lobster #557, Waldorf
  49. Portside Liquors, Bryan’s Road (Drive-in check)
  50. Outback Steakhouse, Waldorf
  51. Bowler’s Choice Restaurant, Waldorf
  52. Courtyard by Marriott, Waldorf
  53. Hilton Garden Inn, Waldorf
  54. Texas Ribs/Twin Kiss, La Plata
  55. Scotts II, Welcome

            18.       Upon a motion duly made, seconded and unanimously carried, the Board approved the Minutes of the March 9, 2017 and April 13, 2017 hearings.     

            With no further business, the meeting adjourned at 2:55 P.M.

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                                                     Lisa Bailey, Clerk