O, Milan! You rascal!

Milan is on the docket of the Board of Liquor License Commisioners hearing for Thursday, July 21. Here's what for:

[Note that interested parties should call 410-396-4385 the day before the hearings to verify that a particular case is still scheduled.]

Christopher Whetstone & Gavaskar Sharp, Suites @ Milano, LLC T/a Milan, 1000-04 Eastern Avenue – Class “B” Beer, Wine & Liquor License - Violation of Rule 4.10(a) “No licensee shall purchase alcoholic beverages except from a duly licensed manufacturer or wholesaler; nor shall any licensee sell to any other licensee any alcoholic beverages; and no licensee shall, at any time, keep or permit to be kept upon the licensed premises, any alcoholic beverages unless purchased in accordance with the Rule” on June 6, 2011 (Re:  Forty three (43) containers of  beer seized as having been purchased from other than a duly licensed wholesaler); Violation of Rule 3.12 “Licensees shall operate their establishments in such a manner as to avoid disturbing the peace, safety, health, quiet, and general welfare of the community” on June 5, 2011 (Re:  Loud music could be heard clearly at least two blocks away); .Violation of Article 2B §10-505 “Every person receiving a license under the provisions of this article shall frame his license under glass and place the same so that it shall at all times be conspicuous and easily read in his place of business…” on June 5, 2011 (Re:  Liquor License was not displayed); . Violation of Rule 4.18 “No licensee shall commit or allow the commission on his premises of any act which shall be contrary to any federal, state or local statute, law or ordinance or against the public peace, safety, health, welfare, quiet or morals” on June 6, 2011 (Re:  Licensee does not have a current Trader’s License as required by Business Regulation Article of Annotated Code of Maryland §17-1804);  Violation of Rule 4.18 “No licensee shall commit or allow the commission on his premises of any act which shall be contrary to any federal, state or local statute, law or ordinance or against the public peace, safety, health, welfare, quiet or morals” on June 6, 2011 (Re:  Licensee does not have a current Restaurant License as required by Business Regulation Article of Annotated Code of Maryland §17-1603);  Violation of Rule 4.18 “No licensee shall commit or allow the commission on his premises of any act which shall be contrary to any federal, state or local statute, law or ordinance or against the public peace, safety, health, welfare, quiet or morals” on June 5, 2011 (Re:  Liquor Board Inspectors observed patrons dancing and on third level of establishment in violation of liquor license and use permit which indicate no live entertainment and storage on second and third floors)