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Meeting Name: LICENSES COMMITTEE Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 5/12/2020 9:00 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Room 301-B, City Hall
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191811 01.MotionMotion relating to the recommendations of the Licenses Committee relative to licenses.

Minutes note: 13 KAUR, Paramjit, Agent for "JSJK Inc", Class B Tavern and Food Dealer License Renewal Applications for "Royal India Bar & Grill" at 3400 S 27th St. (Expired 5/8/2020) The applicant stated the customer in the police report started fighting with employees over his bill. Individual also present: Ald. Spiker stated he recommends a warning letter. Ald. Borkowski moved approval with a warning letter based on the police report. (Prevailed 5-0)
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191811 0 MotionMotion relating to the recommendations of the Licenses Committee relative to licenses.

Minutes note: 06 DOTY, Tra-don, Agent for "Elite Auto Sales and Repairs LLC", Secondhand Motor Vehicle Dealer's License Renewal Application with Change of Agent and Shareholder for "Elite Auto Sales and Repairs LLC" at 632 E CENTER St. (Expired 3/26/2020) The applicant stated the items on his police report are going to be expunged from his record. He added that he just took over the business and has a snow blower. He added that he got involved in the business in March of this year. He stated that he received a complaint about ATVs, but they were not his ATVs, and he just changed the oil. He added that there will be no guard dogs living at the premises. Individuals present in opposition: Michael Zeidler 2737 N Pierce St stated he is opposed because there was no clearing of snow and ice this past winter and he fell at the premises. He added that there is a lot of traffic at the premises, but the owner said it's from Pinky's. Richard Pinney 620A E Center St stated there has been an explosion of noise and traffic at the premises. He added that there were motorcycles travelling a high rates of speed from the premises. He stated that there are no discernable hours of operation and tow trucks are coming at all hours of the night. He added that he saw a guard dog that escaped and went to Pierce Elementary School. Sylvie Horvath 620 E Center St stated she has lived there for the past 19 years and the snow was rarely shovelled. She added that she is concerned about a guard dog with the children and the school in the neighborhood. She stated that the level of noise has exploded since March. Justin Whiteman 620 E Center St stated he has to walk around the sidewalk because of the car traffic. He is opposed to how the business currently operates. Ald. Coggs stated she has received complaints from residents regarding noise and ATVs. She added that she would like to see a written plan of action from the applicant and have the neighbors issues addressed. Ald. Coggs moved to hold to the call of the chair. (Prevailed 5-0)
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191811 0 MotionMotion relating to the recommendations of the Licenses Committee relative to licenses.

Minutes note: 09 BRODERSEN, John R, Agent for "Brodersen Enterprises of Wisconsin Inc", Extended Hours Establishments and Food Dealer License Renewal Applications for "Popeyes" at 7525 W Good Hope Rd. (Expired 4/30/2020) The applicant was not present. Ald. Lewis moved to hold to the call of the chair. (Prevailed 5-0)
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191811 0 MotionMotion relating to the recommendations of the Licenses Committee relative to licenses.

Minutes note: 15 CLINCY, Terry D Class B Tavern and Public Entertainment Premises License Renewal Applications for "Lorenzo's" at 1218 W Cherry St. (Expired 3/25/2020) The applicant stated the police would come every weekend and the police report isn't true. He added that he received tickets for overcapacity, but there was no way there was 167 people in the premises. He stated that the police had not been to his bar for 2-3 years before last year. He added that now the police come to his bar every day. He stated that 2 girls were fighting in the bar and they broke it up and closed the bar, but then there was a shooting outside 10 minutes later. He added that they heard shots but no one was outside when they went outside to look. He added that he has 3 armed security guards. He stated that he has owned the premises for 14 years and never had a problem. He added that all of the incidents happened in the last 3 months. He stated that he doesn't understand the noise nuisance because there's no houses next to his premises, and he's always had the same sound system. He added that the incidents occurred in the area surrounding his premises. He stated that he drinks in the bar on the weekends because the premises is not open during the week. He added that he's probably just going to start closing at midnight and will not drink while his business is open. He stated that he hasn't had any police contact since the meeting at the district. He added that everybody needs a chance and that he can change. Individuals also present: Dameon Ellzey - 15th District Legislative Assistant stated Ald. Stamper is concerned about the safety of the public. He added that the safety of the public is not being considered when the applicant is intoxicated every time the police come to check. He stated that the trajectory of the incidents taking place, including the shooting in March, after all the police contacts leads Ald. Stamper to believe that there won't be a change. He added that the management of the premises has gone down and doesn't believe the safety of the public is a priority for the applicant. He stated that Ald. Stamper requests nonrenewal. Individual present in opposition: Capt. Norman stated this premises has had overcapacity and noise nuisance issues. He added that he instructed his officers to pay attention to the bar because of the complaints about noise, loitering, and other nuisance behavior. He stated that every time officers make contact with the applicant, he is intoxicated. He added that every time his officers spoke with the applicant the contacts were always negative. He stated that this behavior is unacceptable from a business owner. He added that there is a concern that the applicant was unaware of what is going on at the premises because he was intoxicated. He stated that it wasn't a matter of if, but when a serious incident would occur; and then there was a triple shooting. He added that he believes the applicant will not change his behavior and he requests nonrenewal. He stated that he points out the problems, but does not tell applicants what to do or how to run their premises. He added that tavern checks have occurred after the meeting at the district. Ald. Lewis stated she is uncomfortable with the applicant's responses of the conspiracy theory and it is rare for a captain to come forward and ask for nonrenewal. She added that the applicant doesn't have a plan of abatement or any type of way to improve operations. She stated there have been so many incidents and it doesn't seem that the applicant is taking ownership of the problems. Ald. Lewis moved nonrenewal based on the police report, and applicant, aldermanic, and police testimony. (Prevailed 5-0)
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191811 0 MotionMotion relating to the recommendations of the Licenses Committee relative to licenses.

Minutes note: 04 KRAHN, Scott A, Agent for "PPH Properties I LLC", Class B Tavern and Public Entertainment Premises License Renewal Applications for "Silk Exotic Gentlemen's Club" at 730 N Old World Third St. (Expired 5/3/2020) Appearing with the applicant: Atty. David Halbrooks stated #5 on the police report has been dismissed. Terry Wilks 1465 Mt. Fort, Hubertus, WI stated the bouncer and the customer fell down the stairs. Kyle Zutke 400 Deerfield Ct, Waunakee, WI stated after the incidents he met with District 1 police and they viewed the videos of the incidents. He added that there should be a second security guard to assist in the removal of unruly patrons. Individual also present: Ald. Bauman asked that #4 on the police report be held open. He recommends a warning letter. Individual present in support: Gautum Pulla 734 N Old World Third St stated he has seen stellar general management. Ald. Kovac moved approval with a warning letter based on #3 & 5 in the police report, holding open #4. (Prevailed 5-0)
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191811 0 MotionMotion relating to the recommendations of the Licenses Committee relative to licenses.

Minutes note: 04 MCCAFFETY, Lonnie W, Agent for "Family Dollar Stores of Wisconsin LLC", Food Dealer and Weights & Measures License Renewal Applications with Change of Agent for "Family Dollar #26182" at 930 N 27th St. (Expired 5/1/2020) Appearing on behalf of the applicant: Atty. Josh Gimbel stated the premises has tried to cut down on the loitering activities. He added that this location is difficult and they've had issues with employment, turnover, and ability to keep a manager. He stated this is an important business for the neighborhood and the premises is serving an important purpose in this COVID-19 times. He added that Ald. Bauman has a bias against this national chain and he is giving this store a death sentence. He stated that now the neighbors won't have a choice about where to shop. He added that the corporation does care about this store. He stated that this is an essential business in the neighborhood. He added that the managers will do everything in their power to immediately address the concerns and bring them to the attention of corporate headquarters. Harry Susman stated he's the district manager, he oversees 11 stores and is aware of the past issues. He added that he has reached out to the Near West Side Partners via email and meet with Ald. Bauman during a neighborhood walk. He stated that he has reached out to corporate about the issues and is willing to have weekly meetings. He added that they restriped the parking lot, installed new coolers and freezers, installed a brick facade to abate loitering issues, and employ a full time armed security guard. He stated that he has tried to hire residents but it has been be hard. He added that he hears from the community how vital the premises is. He stated that he wants to get to the root cause of the issues and find sustainable solutions. He added that there can be daily maintenance and trash clean up of the parking lot 3-4 times a day. He stated that with loitering security tries to get patrons to move along, but sometimes they become combative. He added 8 months ago Ald. Bauman expressed to him his frustrations with the premises. Denelle Gordon stated she is the new regional manager and has been to the premises. She added that this premises is a valuable location to the neighborhood and they just added new coolers to the premises. She stated they will address the issues with the building to the best of their ability because they do not own the premises, but they can update the lighting and security services. She added that this location is the second highest SNAP benefit store in the company, and residents need to purchase products to service their home needs. She stated that she has been with the company for 7 years and she is here to stay. She added that she is at the premises a half day to full day once every two weeks. Mindy Yoho stated she was the previous manager at the 13th St & Oklahoma Ave. She stated she ran a clean building and wants to bring her skills to this location, and hire good quality people. Individual also present: Ald. Bauman stated the store manager should be present to address these issues. He added that this corporation could care less about this store and they would never know they lost this store. He stated there is fighting, shoplifting, loitering, littering, drug dealing, and other nuisance activities. He added that his neighbors and his wife shop at this premises. He stated that last year he heard the same excuses and there are now other businesses can supply most of the same products. He added that the lack of management leads to the issues in at the premises. He recommends nonrenewal for the benefit of the community. Individuals present in opposition: Keith Stanley - Near West Side Partners stated there is value in this business for the neighborhood, however there have been constant issues with facade, landscaping, litter, lighting, management, and security. He added that there are also broken windows, graffiti, trash, and lack of maintenance of the parking lot and landscaping. He stated they are not as responsive to neighborhood concerns, and the premises has been a blight to 27th Street. He stated there is constant loitering at the premises. He added that he has received calls from residents regarding fighting in the store and poor security response. He stated that he's objecting to this renewal because of the management of the store. He added that there is no social distancing occurring at the premises. He stated that this is the main area of loitering in the 900 block of 27th Street. Bobby McQuay - Near West Side Partners stated he has checked in on the premises 10-15 times in the last year to make purchases and check out the store. He added that he has safety concerns for residents shopping at the premises because it doesn't seem that management has a handle on activities at the premises. He stated that he has asked employees to take out the trash and clean up the litter in the parking lot. He added that he has been told by employees that they cannot clean up the parking lot. He stated that he's not sure who the manager is from one month to the next. He added that he is concerned about employees fighting patrons in the store. He stated that he doesn't think the management cares about the safety of the people shopping at the premises. He added that there are people hanging out in the parking lot and security guards talking with patrons outside the store for long periods of time. Capt. Norman stated there are issues relating to loitering and upkeep of the premises. He added the premises became a nuisance property in August 2019. He stated there are issues with consistency of the management of the premises. He added that a lot of his resources are being used to intervene in fights, chronic loitering, and shoplifting activities. He stated that he is in support of a heavy suspension or nonrenewal. He added that communication with the district has been a challenge and the parking lot is not being maintained. He stated that a big issue is that there's more cameras outside than inside. Ald. Lewis stated there is always the same type of issues at these locations and the premises is beneficial to the company. She added that this should be a good, healthy, and safe environment for customers, but there have only been changes in leadership. Ald. Borkowski stated management is taking this store for granted, and they should be having weekly meetings with Ald. Bauman, Capt. Norman, and Near West Side Partners. Ald. Kovac stated last year the Committee was told the landscaping, loitering, and littering would improve, and nothing has changed. He added that these issues have been effecting the neighborhood on a daily basis and there is a lack of accountability. Ald. Kovac moved nonrenewal based on applicant, neighborhood, aldermanic, and police testimony. (Prevailed 4-1, Ald. Coggs voting no)
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191811 0 MotionMotion relating to the recommendations of the Licenses Committee relative to licenses.

Minutes note: 01 MCCAFFETY, Lonnie W, Agent for "Family Dollar Stores of Wisconsin LLC", Food Dealer and Weights & Measures License Renewal Applications with Change of Agent for "Family Dollar #26587" at 2012 W CAPITOL DR. (Expired 4/15/2020) Appearing on behalf of the applicant: Atty. Josh Gimbel Individual also present: Andrea Pratt 1st District Legislative Assistant stated Ald. Hamilton has no objections. Ald. Kovac moved approval. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: 01 NELSON, Beverly M Class B Tavern and Public Entertainment Premises License Renewal Applications for "The Cheetah Club" at 5048 N 35TH St. (Expired 4/12/2020) Appearing with the applicant: Atty. Jason Luczak stated he is working out the business arrangement between the applicant and Mr. Ray. He added that there is an abatement plan and that the premises has been closed since the March 8th shooting. He stated that night there was a DJ that brought his own security that lead to issues with weapons getting in to the premises. He added that they will no longer allow people to provide their own security, be purchasing metal detectors, ID scanners, will be hiring a different security company, will notify District 7 of any large events that are occurring, and will be enforcing their no weapons policy. He stated that this has been a business that has been running for a very long time and has only received a warning letter in 2016. He added that they accept responsibility for the incident and want to improve going forward. He stated that he would like a substantial suspension because the video is disturbing. He added that the there is a reverse incentive for businesses to provide video because it can be used against their license. He stated that the applicant and Mr. Ray were cooperative and are willing to do anything to keep the premises open. He added that the incident is egregious and the Committee should not impose the worst penalty possible. Michael Ray 4750 N Hopkins St stated he apologizes for the situation that happened, but all he can do is ask for help. He added that he will give MPD access to his cameras and he deserves another chance because he's never been involved in a venue of this size before. He stated that he is willing to do whatever is necessary. He added the agreement was supposed to change months ago but there have been issues with the applicant's sole proprietorship. He stated that it's not fair to be punished after the first incident because he doesn't have the chance to rectify the situation. Individual also present: Andrea Pratt - 1st District Legislative Assistant stated Ald. Hamilton is not in support of the renewal because of the March 8th incident on the video. The meeting recessed at 4:21 PM The meeting reconvened at 4:37 PM Ald. Hamilton stated the video showed a dancer not properly dressed, an underage person in the premises, and the number of people that were in possession of firearms inside the premises. He added that he couldn't even count the number of people while firearms and there was shooting inside the premises and outside. He stated that the underage patron was a central player in the shooting, was over served, and needed help leaving the premises. He added that he has been in contact with the applicant and he has a long standing relationship with the premises. He stated that this single shooting incident justifies nonrenewal, and he does not have the confidence that the current management can fix these issues. He added that the plan of action is not detailed enough to deal with the issues that occurred in the video. He stated that people felt comfortable being in the premises with firearms and the dancer's clothing violations were accepted. He added that there is a sense of lawlessness that spills over in to the neighborhood. Capt. Murphy stated he agrees with Ald. Hamilton and there seemed to be a collusive agreement between the applicant and Mr. Ray. He stated the incident was egregious and he's surprised that more people weren't shot. Ald. Kovac stated he hasn't seen the video and this is less about the video and more about the over served and underage patron being a central participant in the incident. He added that this is likely to happen again under current management. Ald. Kovac moved nonrenewal based on the police report, and aldermanic, police, and applicant testimony. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: Agenda Only GROTHMANN, Kenneth J, Agent for "AMERICAN ENTERTAINMENT, INC", Amusement Machine or Jukebox Distributors License Renewal Application with Change of Shareholder for "AMERICAN ENTERTAINMENT" at W337 S5059 HIGHWAY GG. Ald. Dodd moved approval. (Prevailed 5-0) NORDBY, John C, Agent for "Aussems Auto Salvage LLC", Recycling, Salvaging or Towing Vehicle License Application Requesting Collecting/Delivering Salvaged Motor Vehicle Parts, Junk and Valuable Metal, and Non-Consensual Towing-Repossession Only for "Burnham Auto Salvage" at 4901 W Burnham St. Ald. Dodd moved approval. (Prevailed 5-0) 01 STYNE, Judith A Class B Tavern License Renewal Application and Public Entertainment Premises License Renewal Applications Adding 1 Amusement Machine for "Tomato Patch" at 5173 N 35th St. Ald. Dodd moved approval. (Prevailed 5-0) 03 RIDDLE, Rebecca M, Agent for "Hangout MKE Cafe & Lounge Co", Alcohol and Food Permanent Extension of Premise Applications Adding Sidewalk Dining for "Hangout MKE" at 1819 N Farwell Av. Ald. Dodd moved approval. (Prevailed 5-0) 03 TRAKEL, Jean C, Agent for "GPM Southeast LLC", Extended Hours Establishments, Weights & Measures, Food Dealer, and Filling Station License Transfer Applications with Change of Agent, Officer for "Jetz #4524" at 1425 N FARWELL Av. Ald. Dodd moved approval. (Prevailed 5-0) 03 TRALONGO, Benedict J Secondhand Dealer's License Application for "SayWerd" at 3475 N Oakland Av. Ald. Dodd moved approval. (Prevailed 5-0) 04 FOLTZ, Casey C, Agent for "Foltz Family Market, Inc", Class B Tavern, Food Dealer, and Weights & Measures License Renewal Applications with Change of Hours From Open Sun-Sat 10 AM and Closed Sun 6 PM, Mon-Thurs 8 PM, and Fri-Sat 9 PM To Sun-Sat Open 6 AM and Close 2 AM for "Foltz Family Market" at 400 N WATER St #6. Ald. Dodd moved approval. (Prevailed 5-0) 04 JACKSON, JR, Ural P, Agent for "TRIPOLI TEMPLE", Class B Tavern, Food Dealer, and Public Entertainment Premises License Renewal Applications with Change of Agent for "TRIPOLI TEMPLE" at 3000 W WISCONSIN Av. Ald. Dodd moved approval. (Prevailed 5-0) 04 SWASEY, Michael L, Agent for "Milwaukee City Center, LLC", Parking Lot or Place, Additional Site (Food), Food Dealer, Hotel/Motel, and Weights & Measures License Transfer Applications with Change of Agent for "Hilton Milwaukee City Center" at 509 W WISCONSIN Av. Ald. Dodd moved approval. (Prevailed 5-0) 04 SWASEY, Michael L, Agent for "Pfister, LLC", Parking Lot or Place, Food Dealer, Weights & Measures, Additional Site (Food), and Massage Establishment License Transfer Applications with Change of Agent for "Pfister Hotel & Tower - Health Club & Well Spa" at 424 E WISCONSIN Av. 04 VAILLANCOURT, Erica E, Agent for "INTERSTATE PARKING COMPANY LLC", Parking Lot or Place and Weights & Measures License Applications for "INTERSTATE PARKING CO LLC" at 332 W STATE St. Ald. Dodd moved approval. (Prevailed 5-0) 04 VAILLANCOURT, Erica E, Agent for "INTERSTATE PARKING COMPANY LLC", Parking Lot or Place and Weights & Measures License Applications for "INTERSTATE PARKING COMPANY LLC" at 811 E WISCONSIN Av. Ald. Dodd moved approval. (Prevailed 5-0) 05 JANSEN, Michael JOHN, Agent for "JFTCO, Inc", Secondhand Motor Vehicle Dealer's License Renewal Application with Change of Agent and Shareholder for "Fabick Cat" at 11200 W SILVER SPRING Rd. Ald. Dodd moved approval. (Prevailed 5-0) 05 MCCARTHY, Dennis P, Agent for "GAMESTOP, INC", Secondhand Dealer's and Weights & Measures License Transfer Applications with Change of Agent for "GAMESTOP #4895" at 10400 W SILVER SPRING DR #300. Ald. Dodd moved approval. (Prevailed 5-0) 06 DOHERTY, Brian M, Agent for "SP Plus Corporation", Parking Lot or Place License Renewal Application for "SP Plus" at 300 W JUNEAU Av. Ald. Dodd moved approval. (Prevailed 5-0) 06 GRAY, Charlene E, Agent for "YOUNG'S BAR, INC", Class B Tavern and Public Entertainment Premises License Renewal Applications Adding 1 Amusement Machine and 1 Pool Table for "YOUNG'S BAR" at 3571 N TEUTONIA Av. Ald. Dodd moved approval. (Prevailed 5-0) 06 LANGENECKER, Ryan S, Agent for "WAL-MART STORES EAST, LP", Public Entertainment Premises and Food Dealer License Renewal Applications with Change of Agent for "WAL-MART STORE #2452" at 401 E CAPITOL DR. Ald. Dodd moved approval. (Prevailed 5-0) 06 LINDEMS, Arkadijs, Agent for "Lindems Auto Inc", Recycling, Salvaging, or Towing Premises License Renewal Application with Transfer of Stock and Adding Stockholder for "Lindems Auto" at 3915 N PALMER St. Ald. Dodd moved approval. (Prevailed 5-0) 06 MCCARTHY, Dennis P, Agent for "GAMESTOP, INC", Secondhand Dealer's and Weights & Measures License Transfer Applications with Change of Agent for "GAMESTOP #5178" at 3907 N RICHARDS St. Ald. Dodd moved approval. (Prevailed 5-0) 08 EVANS, Dwayne D, Agent for "Just Miles Auto Sales LLC", Secondhand Motor Vehicle Dealer's License Application for "Just Miles Auto Sales" at 2027 W FOREST HOME Av. Ald. Dodd moved approval. (Prevailed 5-0) 08 MANSKE, Gregory J, Agent for "HOMETOWN AMUSEMENT, INC", Amusement Machine or Jukebox Distributors License Renewal Application with Change of Shareholder for "HOMETOWN AMUSEMENT" at 1931 S LAYTON Bl. Ald. Dodd moved approval. (Prevailed 5-0) 09 ESTES, Nicole M, Agent for "Sam's East, Inc.", Recycling, Salvaging, or Towing Premises License Transfer Application with Change of Agent for "Sam's Club #6324" at 8100 N 124th St. Ald. Dodd moved approval. (Prevailed 5-0) 09 NEWSOM, Davion D, Agent for "MIA Auto Sales LLC", Secondhand Motor Vehicle Dealer's – Wholesale Only License Application for "MIA Auto Sales" at 9310 N 107TH St #A-CU1. Ald. Dodd moved approval. (Prevailed 5-0) 10 MOORE, Tammy Secondhand Dealer's License Application for "G&T Appliances" at 5224 W CENTER St. Ald. Dodd moved approval. (Prevailed 5-0) 13 ALVAREZ RAMOS, Jorge Secondhand Motor Vehicle Dealer's – Wholesale Only License Application for "Cris Auto" at 4661 S 20th St. Ald. Dodd moved approval. (Prevailed 5-0) 13 GARZA, Brittany, Agent for "SSS Milwaukee LLC", Class B Tavern, Parking Lot or Place, Food Dealer – Restaurant, Food Dealer Retail, Public Entertainment Premises, Hotel/Motel, and Extended Hours Establishments License Transfer Applications with Change of Agent for "Four Points/Cork N Cleaver" at 5311 S HOWELL Av. Ald. Dodd moved approval. (Prevailed 5-0) 13 ROZANSKE, Rick, Agent for "ROZ AUTO SALVAGE, INC", Recycling, Salvaging, or Towing Premises License Application for "ROZ AUTO SALVAGE" at 5848 S 13TH St. Ald. Dodd moved approval. (Prevailed 5-0) 15 GAMAR, Mohamed, Agent for "One Stop Auto Sales & Tires, LLC", Secondhand Motor Vehicle Dealer's License Application for "One Stop Auto Sales" at 3230 W Lisbon Av. Ald. Dodd moved approval. (Prevailed 5-0)
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Minutes note: Warning Letter GUTSCHOW, Joshua T, Class B Manager's License Renewal Application. KLIMASZEWSKI, Nicole M, Class D Operator's License Application. MARTIN, Cranston D, Agent for "CM Mechanical & Construction LLC", Home Improvement Contractor's License Renewal Application for "CM Mechanical & Construction". REED, Gregory P Home Improvement Contractor's License Application for "Hands on Home Improvement". 01 KIENBAUM, Bentley S, Agent for "AUTO & SCRAP RECYCLERS, INC", Recycling, Salvaging, or Towing Premises License Renewal Application for "AUTO & SCRAP RECYCLERS INC" at 3800 W MILL Rd. 04 BATES, Tino K, Agent for "Truth Lounge, LLC", Class B Tavern, Sidewalk Dining Facility, Public Entertainment Premises, and Food Dealer License Renewal Applications for "Truth Lounge" at 1111 N Old World Third St. 04 LEWIS, II, Andre B, Agent for "12AM Management Group, LLC", Class B Tavern, Public Entertainment Premises, Food Dealer, Loading Zone, and Sidewalk Dining Facility License Renewal Applications with Change of Agent for "Plum Lounge" at 780 N Jefferson St. 10 REAL PEREZ, Rosa isela, Agent for "Valdemar 5108 LLC", Class B Tavern, Food Dealer, and Public Entertainment Premises License Renewal Applications for "Fat Valdy's" at 5108 W Blue Mound Rd. 15 SINGH, Gurdev, Agent for "NORTH AVENUE GALST, LLC", Class A Malt, Weights & Measures, and Food Dealer License Renewal Applications for "GALST FOODS" at 1622 W NORTH Av.
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