BY COUNCILOR EDWARDS:
RESOLUTION APPROVING THE
TRANSFER OF THE OFF SALE INTOXICATING LIQUOR LICENSE FROM VIETRI CORPORATION
(CAPRI BOTTLE SHOP), 1603 WOODLAND AVENUE, TO J & H OF DULUTH, INC.
(UNIVERSITY LIQUOR), SAME ADDRESS.
BE IT RESOLVED, that the
city council of the city of Duluth hereby approves the transfer of the
following off sale intoxicating liquor license for the period ending August
31, 2000, subject to departmental approvals, the payment of sales and property
taxes, and further subject to approval of the liquor control commissioner:
J & H of Duluth,
Inc. (University Liquors), 1603 Woodland Avenue, with John DeCaro, 50 percent
stockholder, and Howie Krenzen, 50 percent stockholder, transferred from
Vietri Corporation (Capri Bottle Shop), same address.
Gambling, Tobacco Commission discussion 6/13/00: John
DeCaro was present on behalf of the application. Mr. DeCaro stated
that they are in the process of buying this liquor store and would like
to be start business on July 1. To the board's inquiry, Mr. DeCaro
replied that he has had some experience with selling liquor, but his brother
will be the manager of the liquor store who has 15 years experience in
the liquor business. Officer Christensen stated that he has no problem
with this transfer, and once the license is ready to be issued, he will
meet with the owners and manager and go over the rules and regulations
of selling alcohol. There being no further discussion, Mr. Carlson
moved that THE APPLICATION OF J & H OF DULUTH, INC, (UNIVERSITY LIQUORS),
1603 WOODLAND AVENUE , FOR TRANSFER OF THE OFF SALE INTOXICATING LIQUOR
LICENSE FOR THE PERIOD ENDING AUGUST 31, 2000, WITH JOHN DECARO, 50% STOCKHOLDER,
AND HOWIE KRENZEN, 50% STOCKHOLDER, TRANSFERRED FROM VIETRI CORPORATION,
(CAPRI BOTTLE SHOP), SAME ADDRESS, BE APPROVED, AND THE SAME BE RECOMMENDED
TO THE CITY COUNCIL FOR APPROVAL. Mr. Levey seconded the motion,
and it was unanimously approved.