June 24, 2009

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The Board of License Commissioners of Cecil County met in a regular session at the County Administrative Building, Conference Room, 200 Chesapeake Boulevard, Elk Room, Elkton, MD on Wednesday, June 24, 2009 at 9:15 A.M.

             Tim Snelling, Chairman
                                Herrell 'Cuz' Curry, Commissioners
                                William Gerweck, Commissioner
                                H. Norman Wilson, Jr., Esquire
                                Earl R. Bradford, Chief Alcohol Beverage Inspector
                                Robin S. Coyle, Administrative Assistant


Request Outdoor Use - Edward D.E. Rollins, III; Kyle A. Rollins; Lisa A. King; Alibi Inn, LLC, T/A Alibi Inn, 2 Sassafras Road, Warwick, MD 21912


Ellis Rollins appeared before the Board; he asked permission for outdoor use.  He stated they have put picnic tables out back and have set up a temporary bar and have called it "The Duck Blind".  The Board asked if there was a problem with neighbors; he stated it is agriculture all around the perimeter of the property and the closest neighbor is probably half mile away.  The Board asked Chief Bradford is he had a problem with the outside use; Chief Bradford stated no, as long as he checks with Permits and Inspections and the Health Department.  With no further discussion Mr. Gerweck made a motion to grant a 30-day trial period subject to getting the proper permits, etc; Mr. Curry seconded that motion and the Board then voted unanimously to approve the request for outdoor use.


Update - Sarah Davis, T/A 3-D, 300 East Pulaski Highway, Elkton, Maryland 21921


Bryan Davis appeared before the Board; he stated they have begun the outside construction on the building and he has contract stating that if they are not open within five months he will have a credit with the leasing company.  He stated he should be open by mid-December and requested an extension.  Mr. Curry made a motion to approve an extension through the first of the year; Mr. Gerweck seconded that motion and the Board then voted unanimously to approve the extension.


Legislative Issues - Robert E. Murray, President; John W. Murray, III, Vice President; Marcella Murray; Treasurer, SLL, Inc., T/A State Line Liquors, 1610 Elkton Road, Elkton, MD 21921


Robert Murray appeared before the Board; he stated he would like the backing from the Board for legislation for growlers.  He stated they are not interested in becoming a brew put (micro brewery) and he believes someone in Baltimore is putting together legislation to enable someone to fill growlers without being a brew pub.  The Board stated they would like to see this legislation before they proceed.  Robert then asked about putting a 'beer garden' outside, placing picnic tables outside for customers would like to sit and drink beer, hoping maybe they could get crabs from the vendor and sit and drink beer and eat crabs; the Board stated with the Class "B" license they couldn't see any reason why he could not do this. 


General Business

·                     Approve Minutes

Minutes of the May 27, 2009 meeting were approved.

·                     Specials


Old Business


Sunday Sales – Failed to Qualify

o   Anchorage B&B – B-2

o   RT Foard – B-73 – send letter


New Business

Captain Chris' Crab Shack – Pat Conway stopped in and explained what has been happening with Captain Chris.  He has built several things without a permit and they are issuing a Stop Work Order today.  The Board would like to have him come in and explain what is happening there.


Schroeder's – Chief Bradford stated he stopped by Schroeder's on the way to Baltimore and they have taken out the kitchen and are strictly a package goods store – he stated with permission from the Board he reclassified them as a Class "A" license and they will need to come in to clarify this.


With no further business to discuss the meeting was adjourned.




Tim Snelling, Chairperson



Robin S. Coyle, Administrative Assistant