Committee considers change in liquor lawsANNAPOLIS -- The...


February 23, 1994

ANNAPOLIS — Committee considers change in liquor laws

ANNAPOLIS -- The House Economic Matters Committee is considering a change to Carroll County liquor laws that would benefit Rudys' 2900 in Finksburg.

Del. Richard C. Matthews, a District 5A Republican, and County Attorney Charles W. Thompson Jr. presented the bill to the committee yesterday.

No one opposed it.

House Bill 866 would create a new Class BR liquor license to allow a restaurant to serve only one meal a day. Current law says restaurants with Class B licenses must serve two meals a day during the week and one meal a day on weekends.

The owners of Rudys' asked for the change because they do not do a brisk lunch business.

The new liquor license would not allow a restaurant to sell alcohol to

customers for carry out.

The committee will vote on the measure later.

Chorus seeks nominees for volunteer award

The Old Line Statesmen Barbershop Chorus is looking for a Carroll County volunteer whose efforts on behalf of others have added a bit of harmony to the citizens of the county.

Chorus President Jesse Miller said the award is being given by the group because "volunteers step in and make things better when government and businesses cannot."

Nominations are open to all Carroll residents and should include a short description of why the individual should receive the award, and telephone numbers for the person submitting the nomination and for the nominee.

Nominations should be sent to Edward Gottlieb, 6820 Autumn View Drive, Sykesville 21784, by March 10.

The award will be presented at the group's annual show April 17 at Westminster High School.

Information: (410) 526-6842.

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