2 businesses are awarded liquor licenses

March 08, 1996

The Board of License Commissioners for Carroll County has approved applications for a Class B-Beer, Wine and Liquor License at two Westminster businesses.

Jessica J. DeCesare applied for the license for Chameleon at 32 W. Main St. After a public hearing Feb. 6, at which no one appeared in opposition to the request, the board granted the license.

Shaun A. Connacher, Evangelos Epitropakis and Richard D. Nevin, C&E Investment Corp., for Stables at 452 E. Main St., were granted a conditional license for 12 months.

During their first year of operation, the owners are required to file with the board quarterly reports from sales receipts specifying the percentage of food sales compared with alcoholic beverage sales.


Westminster: A resident of Stacy Lee Drive told city police Monday that someone entered his vehicle while it was parked near his home and tried to take personal items. Nothing was taken and no damage was reported.

Westminster: An East Main Street resident told city police Wednesday that someone tampered with her vehicle and destroyed her property. The combined loss was estimated at $240.

Westminster: A New Brighton, Pa., contractor told city police Tuesday that someone took equipment and damaged property at a construction site in the 200 block of Malcolm Drive. The combined loss was estimated at $10,000.


Reese: Westminster units assisted Reese firefighters at a chimney fire in the 2000 block of Old Westminster Pike at 7: 02 p.m. Wednesday. They were out 33 minutes.

Pub Date: 3/08/96

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