Harford liquor board approves one day licenses

Several one-day licenses were approved last Wednesday at the Harford County Liquor Control Board meeting.

Board members approved one-day beer and wine licenses for the Bel Air Downtown Alliance, Charlie Riley Community Service Scholarship Foundation and Rockfield Foundations, as well as one-day beer, wine and liquor licenses for The Women's Challenge, according to Administrative Assistant Judith Powell.

Members also approved Ruby Tuesday's request to close for concept conversion, a change in hours for Carsins Run Grill and a remodel notice for Red Lobster in Bel Air, according to Powell. Other approved items include outside event applications for Otter Point Yacht Club and the American Legion Bernard L. Tobin Post, as well as permission for alcohol service on an outdoor patio for Bel Air Billiards and the resignation of a resident licensee for Winters Run Inn.

A hearing for a new license for Discount Liquor on Baltimore Pike in Bel Air was postponed until October, but there was a hearing for Del Plaza Wine and Spirits, which was requesting a new license.

The decision on Del Plaza's new license is expected to be made at the next meeting on Aug. 22, according to Powell.

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