DISCLAIMER

 

07-0287R


RESOLUTION APPROVING THE TRANSFER OF THE OFF SALE INTOXICATING LIQUOR LICENSE FROM NORTH AMERICAN INVESTORS (LIBERTY LIQUOR), 210 NORTH CENTRAL AVENUE, TO LIBERTY ENTERPRISES, INC. (LIBERTY LIQUOR), SAME ADDRESS.

BY COUNCILOR KRAUSE:

     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, 2007, subject to departmental approvals and the payment of sales and property taxes, and further subject to approval of the liquor control commissioner:

           Liberty Enterprises, Inc. (Liberty Liquor), 210 North Central Avenue, with David Orman, 33-1/3 percent stockholder, Craig Chilcote, 33-1/3 percent stockholder, and Tim McShane, 33-1/3 percent stockholder, transferred from North American Investors, Inc. (Liberty Liquor), same address.


Alcohol, gambling and tobacco commission discussion of 4/4/2007: Dave Orman was present on behalf of the applications. Mr. Orman explained that their application is to transfer of ownership of the liquor store. He continued by saying that he will be the manager on site and one of the partners will be the bookkeeper. To questioning from the commission, Mr. Orman replied that he does not have any previous experience selling alcohol but has received a copy of the rules and regulations for dispensing alcohol. Office Latour stated he has approved this application. To the commission’s inquiry, Mr. Orman replied that they are not planning any changes to the operation of the store. There being no further discussion, Mr. Khalar moved that THE APPLICATION OF LIBERTY ENTERPRISES, INC. (LIBERTY LIQUOR), 210 NORTH CENTRAL AVENUE, FOR TRANSFER OF THE OFF SALE INTOXICATING LIQUOR LICENSE FOR THE PERIOD ENDING AUGUST 31, 2007, WITH CRAIG CHILCOTE, 33-1/3% STOCKHOLDER, TIM MCSHANE, 33-1/3% STOCKHOLDER, AND DAVID ORMAN, 33-1/3% STOCKHOLDER, TRANSFERRED FROM NORTH AMERICAN INVESTORS, INC. (LIBERTY LIQUOR), SAME ADDRESS, BE APPROVED AND THE SAME BE RECOMMENDED TO THE CITY COUNCIL FOR APPROVAL. Mr. Serre seconded the motion and it was unanimously approved.