DISCLAIMER

 

06-0190R


RESOLUTION APPROVING THE TRANSFER OF THE ON SALE INTOXICATING LIQUOR LICENSE, SUNDAY LICENSE, DANCING LICENSE AND APPLICATION FOR A 2:00 A.M. BEVERAGE LICENSE FROM D.S. PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, INC. (LIMIT BAR), 1426 COMMONWEALTH AVENUE, TO LEBLANC/TERWEY, INC. (LIMIT BAR), SAME ADDRESS.

BY COUNCILOR KRAUSE:

     BE IT RESOLVED, that the city council of the city of Duluth hereby approves the transfer of the following on sale intoxicating liquor license, on sale Sunday license, dancing license and approves the application of a 2:00 a.m. beverage license for the period ending August 31, 2006, subject to departmental approvals and the payment of sales and property taxes:

           Leblanc/Terwey, Inc. (Limit Bar), 1426 Commonwealth Avenue, with James LeBlanc, 50 percent stockholder, and Alan Terwey, 50 percent stockholder, transferred from D.S. Property Management, Inc., (Limit Bar), same address.


Alcohol, gambling and tobacco commission discussion of 3/1/2006: James LeBlanc and Al Terwey were present on behalf of the application. Mr. LeBlanc stated that this business is currently closed and are in the process of buying this business and hope to be open by March 15. To the commission’s questioning, Mr. LeBlanc replied that he currently operates a bar in Proctor and Mr. Terwey operates a bar in Duluth and are very familiar with the rules and regulations of selling to minors. The clerk stated that Officer Latour has approved this transfer application. There being no further discussion, Mr. Karki moved that THE APPLICATION OF LEBLANC/TERWEY, INC. (LIMIT BAR), 1426 COMMONWEALTH AVENUE, FOR TRANSFER OF THE ON SALE INTOXICATING LIQUOR LICENSE, ON SALE SUNDAY LICENSE AND DANCING LICENSE AND APPLICATION FOR A 2:00 A.M. BEVERAGE LICENSE FOR THE PERIOD ENDING AUGUST 31, 2006, WITH JAMES LEBLANC, 50 PERCENT STOCKHOLDER, AND ALAN TERWEY, 50 PERCENT STOCKHOLDER, TRANSFERRED FROM D.S. PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, INC. (LIMIT BAR), SAME ADDRESS, BE APPROVED AND THE SAME BE RECOMMENDED TO THE CITY COUNCIL FOR APPROVAL. Mr. Hanson seconded the motion and it was unanimously approved.