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Meeting Name: LICENSES COMMITTEE Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 1/19/2010 8:30 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Room 301-B, City Hall
Special - Amended 1/13/10
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
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     Meeting commenced at 8:48 a.m.    Roll call Not available
091200 01.MotionMotion relating to the revocation of the Precious Metals and Gem Dealer and Second Hand Dealer licenses of Francisco Sandino, Jr. for the premises at 1212 West Lincoln Avenue doing business as "Star Jewelry" in the 12th aldermanic district.

Minutes note: License was surrendered to the License Division.
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091203 02.MotionMotion relating to the revocation of the Precious Metals and Gem Dealer license of Francisco Sandino, Sr. for the premises at 1214 S. Cesar E. Chavez Drive doing business as "Cash N Gold" in the 12th aldermanic district.

Minutes note: License was surrendered to the License Division.
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091201 03.MotionSubstitute motion suspending for 45 days the Precious Metal and Gem Dealer license of Chon Sung J. Lee, Agent for John’s Jewelry, Inc., for "John’s Jewelry" at 1119 W. Historic Mitchell Street in the 12th aldermanic district.

Minutes note: Individuals appearing: Chon Sung Lee, Licensee Atty. Wansoo Park, counsel for the Licensee Capt. Donald Castiglione, District 2 Jarely Ruiz, City Attorney's Office Ald. Coggs at the table at 9:07 a.m. Ofc. Jeffrey Thiele, District 2. Ofc. Thiele says that is was discovered not only that the establishment was taking in jewelry in violation of the city code, but that it was also melting down jewelry before the 15-day waiting period that was established in the code had been completed. Mr. Lee said that he accepted a piece of jewelry without documentation because he felt sorry for the seller after the seller, an undercover police officer, said that he needed money. Ofc. Christopher Greer, District 2. He says that he assisted the investigating officers as an undercover officer by selling jewelry items to the establishment. Ofc. Greer says that he did not provide identification and did not complete all of the paperwork required by law when selling jewelry. Ald. Bohl said that since the video of the undercover transaction was not served on the applicant before the committee meeting, it should not be submitted as evidence. Ald. Kovac moves that the video evidence of the illegal transaction be viewed at committee. Prevailed 4-1. (Ald. Bohl voting "no") Ald. Kovac moves to make the copy of the video of the illegal transaction between Ofc. Greer and the employees of the store part of the permanent record. Prevailed 4-1. (Ald. Bohl voting "no") (Exhibit 1) Jason Cleereman, 1028 W. Washington St., is in support of the revocation. Ald. Zielinski moves to make the notice to the licensee, the police complaint, the license application and the police report part of the official record. Prevailed 5-0. Ald. Hamilton moves for a 45-day suspension based on police testimony and the police report. Prevailed 5-0.
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091201 1 MotionSubstitute motion suspending for 45 days the Precious Metal and Gem Dealer license of Chon Sung J. Lee, Agent for John’s Jewelry, Inc., for "John’s Jewelry" at 1119 W. Historic Mitchell Street in the 12th aldermanic district.RECOMMENDED FOR APPROVALPass5:0 Action details Not available
     Meeting recessed at 11:06 a.m. Meeting reconvened at 11:19 a.m.    Not available
091202 04.MotionMotion relating to the revocation of the Precious Metals and Gem Dealer license of Firdous Chandani for the premises at 1306 W. Forest Home Avenue doing business as "Reflections Jewelry" in the 12th aldermanic district.

Minutes note: License was surrendered to the License Division.
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091112 05a.MotionMotion relating to the new application for a food dealer license of Khasria 3, Inc. for the premises at 2161 W. Hopkins Street doing business as "Big Jim Liquor" in the 6th Aldermanic District.

Minutes note: Applicant at the table. Atty. Michael Maistelman present for the applicant. Neighborhood objectors present: Manila Niles, 3251 N. 21st St., is in opposition to the license if the location is not closed by 9:00 p.m. Margaret Jean Kelley, 3151 N. 21st St., is in opposition to the license. Neighborhood supporters present: Eric Grant, 3238 N. 22nd St., is in support of the license. Keshia Grant, 3238 N. 22nd St., is in support of the license. Atty. Maistelman says that the applicant agrees to have business hours of 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. for the location. Ald. Coggs approves of the license and moves to place the motion on file. Prevailed 5-0.
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090863 05b.MotionMotion relating to the recommendations of the Licenses Committee relative to licenses.    Action details Not available
090863 0 MotionMotion relating to the recommendations of the Licenses Committee relative to licenses.

Minutes note: 06 SINGH, Bhupinder, Agent for “Khasria 3, Inc.”, Class “A” Liquor and Malt application for “Big Jim Liquor” at 2161 W. Hopkins Street. Special Letter Applicant at the table. Atty. Michael Maistelman present for the applicant. Neighborhood objectors present: Manila Niles, 3251 N. 21st St., is in opposition to the license if the location is closed at 9:00 p.m. Margaret Jean Kelley, 3151 N. 21st St., is in opposition to the license. Neighborhood supporters present: Eric Grant, 3238 N. 22nd St., is in support of the license. Keshia Grant, 3238 N. 22nd St., is in support of the license. Atty. Maistelman says that the applicant agrees amend his business hours of 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. for the location on the plan of operation. Grant by Ald. Coggs despite items contained in the notice, as amended. Prevailed 5-0.
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090863 0 MotionMotion relating to the recommendations of the Licenses Committee relative to licenses.HELD TO CALL OF THE CHAIRPass4:0 Action details Not available
     Meeting recessed at 12:12 p.m. Meeting reconvened at 12:40 p.m. Meeting recessed at 2:35 p.m. Meeting reconvened at 2:50 p.m.    Not available
090863 0 MotionMotion relating to the recommendations of the Licenses Committee relative to licenses.RECONSIDEREDPass5:0 Action details Not available
090863 0 MotionMotion relating to the recommendations of the Licenses Committee relative to licenses.

Minutes note: 15 REID, Devon L., Agent for “Questions, Inc.”, Class “B” Tavern and Tavern Amusement (Cabaret/Nite Club) renewal applications with change of entertainment for “Questions Entertainment” at 3041 W. North Avenue. (Expires 2-9-10) Special Letter Applicant at the table, 3041 W. North Avenue. Attys. Matt Lerner and David Halbrooks at the table as counsel. Officer James McNichol and Atty. Robin Pederson, Assistant City Attorney, also present to advise the police department. Alex Runner, Staff Assistant to Ald. Willie Hines, Jr. , also at the table. Atty. Halbrooks submits a document making seven motions to the Licenses Committee. Ald. Hamilton moves to accept the motion made under Chapter 90-11-B of the Milwaukee Code of Ordinances (the provision for raising an objection) and to place any documents not accepted by the committee into a rejected exhibits file. Prevailed 5-0. Items 1-74 of the police report were not read into the record as they were previously considered for the previous license year. Ald. Coggs moves to make a four-page letter dated December 22, 2009 from Atty. Matt Lerner to Camptain Domagalski of District 3 part of the record. Prevailed 3-0 (Ald. Zielinski and Ald. Kovac excused) (Exhibit 1) Officer McNichol asks that the committee consider items 34-74 on the police report. The chair denied the request. A video of footage from the night of November 6, 2009 from the City of Milwaukee Police Department is shown at the committee meeting. There are two videos on the DVD provided by the police department, but only the first video on the DVD was shown at the committee. Atty. Halbrooks says that he is in opposition to advertisement flyers that advertises nights other than October 31, 2009. Ald. Kovac moves to accept the postcard flyer that show an advertisement for Halloween night at the tavern into the record. Prevailed 5-0. (Exhibit 2) Meeting recessed at 4:40 p.m. Meeting reconvened at 4:48 p.m. Mr. Runner says that the alderman believes that the concerns that the police have about the tavern are valid and that he also has concerns about teen nights. Supporters: Biaya Kadima, 2748 A N. Booth St., is employed at 3201 W. North Ave. He is in support of the license. Montaine Freeman, 5845 N. 92nd St., is in support of the license. He frequents the nightclub twice a week. Walker Watson, Jr., 1424 E. Oklahoma Ave. He works at the nightclub and is in support of the license. Jovan Goodman, 2108 N. 38th St., is in support of the license. Dylan Thompson, 615 E. Brady St., is in support of the license. Ald. Kovac moves to make the three-page code of conduct submitted by the applicant part of the record. Prevailed 5-0. (Exhibit 3) Ald. Zielinski moves to grant with a 25-day suspension based on the police report and testimony of the police department. Failed 4-1. (Ald. Coggs, Ald. Hamilton, Ald. Bohl and Ald. Kovac voting "no") Ald. Hamilton moves to grant with a 15-day suspension based on the police report and testimony of the police department and the alderman's office. Prevailed 5-0.
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090863 0 MotionMotion relating to the recommendations of the Licenses Committee relative to licenses.

Minutes note: AGENDA ONLY 04 MANKOWSKI, John R., Agent for “Mega Marts, LLC”, Class “B” Tavern renewal application with change of member for “Pick ‘n Save #6371” at 1123 N. Van Buren Street. Grant by Ald. Hamilton. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinski excused) 06 NOURI, Alaeddin, Agent for “Reliable Money Order, Inc.”, Precious Metals & Gem Dealer renewal application with change of agent for “Reliable Money Order, Inc.” at 311 W. Locust Street. Grant by Ald. Hamilton. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinski excused) 07 BROOKS, Teresa F., Agent for “In Aeternum, Inc.”, Request for permanent extension of the Class “B” Tavern premises “Everglades Lounge” at 3910 W. Fond du Lac Avenue to extend their premises to include an addition to the first floor on the northeast side of the premises to be used for a kitchen. Grant by Ald. Hamilton. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinski excused) 13 PROSSER, Michael H., Agent for “Prosser RV, Inc.”, Secondhand Motor Vehicle Dealer application for “Prosser RV” at 6146 S. Howell Avenue. Grant by Ald. Hamilton. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinski excused) BALDERAS, JR., Leopoldo, Agent for “Leo Balderas Construction, LLC”, Home Improvement Contractor renewal application with change of member for “Leo Balderas Construction” at 2818 W. Forest Home Avenue. Grant by Ald. Hamilton. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinski excused) BARTELT, Richard G., Agent for “Bartelt, Inc.”, Home Improvement Contractor transfer application for “Bartelt, Inc.” at 528 Wells Street, Suite B, Delafield, WI. Grant by Ald. Hamilton. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinski excused) CHECK, Arnold, Agent for “Bear Builders, LLC”, Home Improvement Contractor application for “Bear Builders” at 2623 W. Lake Vista Court, Mequon, WI. Grant by Ald. Hamilton. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinski excused) DALECCIO, Pedro L., Agent for “P & D Home Improvement Contractor, LLC”, Home Improvement Contractor renewal application with change of member for “P & D Home Improvement Contractor” at 1207 S. 33rd Street. Grant by Ald. Hamilton. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinski excused) NEBEL, Steven T., Agent for “Continental Waterproofing of WI, LLC”, Home Improvement Contractor renewal application with change of member for “Continental Waterproofing of WI, LLC” at 6000 N. 91st Street. Grant by Ald. Hamilton. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinski excused) THOMPSON, Gehr E., Agent for “GET Home Improvements, LLC”, Home Improvement Contractor renewal application with change of member for “GET Home Improvements” at 1433 E. Pryor Avenue. Grant by Ald. Hamilton. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinski excused) TEMPORARY EXTENSIONS 10 DOBBE, Jeffrey P., Agent for “Mc Zars II, LLC”, Request for temporary extension of the premises “Mc Ginns” at 5901 W. Bluemound Road to include the sidewalk on the north side of the premises and the parking lot on the west side of the premises on March 13, 2010 from 12:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. for “St. Pat’s Parade”. Grant by Ald. Coggs. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinski excused) 10 DOBBE, Jeffrey P., Agent for “Mc Zars II, LLC”, Request for temporary extension of the premises “Mc Ginns” at 5901 W. Bluemound Road to include the sidewalk on the north side of the premises and the parking lot on the west side of the premises on April 5, 2010 from 10:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. for “Opening Day”. Grant by Ald. Coggs. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinski excused) 10 GUENTHER, Patrick R., Agent for “S & V, Inc.”, Request for temporary extension of the premises “Kelly’s Bleachers” at 5218 W. Bluemound Road to include the sidewalk at the front of the premises, parking lot on the side of the premises and the second floor of the premises on March 13, 2010 from 1:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. outside and from 1:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. on the second floor for “St. Patrick’s Day Parade”. Grant by Ald. Coggs. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinski excused) 10 GUENTHER, Patrick R., Agent for “S & V, Inc.”, Request for temporary extension of the premises “Kelly’s Bleachers” at 5218 W. Bluemound Road to include the sidewalk at the front of the premises, parking lot on the side and rear of the premises and the second floor of the premises on March 17, 2010 from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. outside and from 7:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m. on the second floor and include the second floor of the premises on March 18-20, 2010 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. for “St. Patrick’s Day and NCAA College Basketball”. Grant by Ald. Coggs. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinski excused) 10 GUENTHER, Patrick R., Agent for “S & V, Inc.”, Request for temporary extension of the premises “Kelly’s Bleachers” at 5218 W. Bluemound Road to include the sidewalk at the front of the premises, parking lot on the side and rear of the premises and the second floor of the premises on April 5, 2010 from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. outside and from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m. on the second floor for “Brewer’s Opening Day”. Grant by Ald. Coggs. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinski excused) 10 GUENTHER, Patrick R., Agent for “S & V, Inc.”, Request for temporary extension of the premises “Kelly’s Bleachers” at 5218 W. Bluemound Road to include the sidewalk at the front of the premises, parking lot on the side and rear of the premises and the second floor of the premises on April 23, 2010 from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. outside and from 4:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. on the second floor, April 24, 2010 from 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. outside and from 3:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. on the second floor and April 25, 2010 from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. outside and on the second floor for “Chicago Cubs vs Brewers”. Grant by Ald. Coggs. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinski excused) WARNING LETTERS 09 SETTECASE, Robert A., Agent for “MMX3, LLC”, Second Hand Dealer application for “Mega Media Xchange” at 7320 W. Good Hope Road. Grant by Ald. Kovac. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinski excused) 12 DOWLAND, Diane M., Agent for “South Shore Resource Group, LLC”, Class “B” Tavern and Tavern Dance renewal applications for “The Monkey Bar” at 1619 S. 1st Street. Grant by Ald. Kovac. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinski excused) CAIN, Lamar C., Agent for “Cain Enterprises, LLC”, Home Improvement Contractor renewal application for “Cain Enterprises” at 2946 N. 53rd Street. Grant by Ald. Kovac. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinski excused) HUDDLESTON, Katherine M., Agent for “J & J General Contractors, Inc.”, Home Improvement Contractor renewal application for “J & J General Contractor” at 2003 S. Muskego Avenue. Grant by Ald. Kovac. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinski excused) REZNY, Nicholas E., Agent for “Steadfast Fulfillment, LLC”, Home Improvement Contractor application for “Steadfast Fulfillment” at 3073 S. Chase Avenue. Grant by Ald. Kovac. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinski excused) SALEM, Barry A., Home Improvement Contractor renewal application for “Hammer Heads Home Improvement” at 1612 E. Olive Street, Shorewood, WI. Grant by Ald. Kovac. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinski excused) SCHILLER, Mark A., Agent for “BMC Associates, LLC”, Home Improvement Contractor renewal application with change of member for “BMC Associates, LLC” at N34 W23861 Grace Avenue Unit B, Pewaukee, WI. Grant by Ald. Kovac. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinski excused) HAIRE, Trais, Home Improvement Salesperson renewal application. Grant by Ald. Kovac. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinski excused) LEWICKI, Steven R., Home Improvement Salesperson renewal application. Grant by Ald. Kovac. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinski excused) ANTCZAK, Jason A., Class “D” Bartender renewal application. Grant by Ald. Kovac. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinski excused) CRUZ, David J., Class “D” Bartender application. Grant by Ald. Kovac. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinski excused) FRATERS, Jamie A., Class “D” Bartender renewal application. Grant by Ald. Kovac. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinski excused) GOEB II, David J., Class “D” Bartender renewal application. Grant by Ald. Kovac. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinski excused) GONZALEZ, JR., Valdemar, Class “D” Bartender renewal application. Grant by Ald. Kovac. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinski excused) GUCWA, Kathryn L., Class “D” Bartender renewal application. Grant by Ald. Kovac. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinski excused) HOLMGREN, Antonio L., Class “D” Bartender renewal application. Grant by Ald. Kovac. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinski excused) KIDD, Felicia Y., Class “D” Bartender application. Grant by Ald. Kovac. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinski excused) KOTTKE, Hunter S., Class “D” Bartender application. Grant by Ald. Kovac. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinski excused) MC CORMICK, Peter A., Class “D” Bartender renewal application. Grant by Ald. Kovac. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinski excused) MC COY, Shalonda, Class “D” Bartender renewal application. Grant by Ald. Kovac. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinski excused) MERCADO, Homero, Class “D” Bartender renewal application. Grant by Ald. Kovac. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinski excused) SCHMIDT, Bradley J., Class “D” Bartender application. Grant by Ald. Kovac. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinski excused) STONER, Naomi R., Class “D” Bartender renewal application. Grant by Ald. Kovac. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinski excused) VICKMAN, Michelle L., Class “D” Bartender application. Grant by Ald. Kovac. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinski excused) WILSON, Donovan R., Class “D” Bartender application. Grant by Ald. Kovac. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinski excused) WILLIAMS, Latrice A., Class “D” Bartender application. Grant by Ald. Kovac. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinski excused) WRIGHT, Amie M., Class “D” Bartender application. Grant by Ald. Kovac. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinski excused)
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090863 0 MotionMotion relating to the recommendations of the Licenses Committee relative to licenses.RECOMMENDED FOR APPROVALPass4:0 Action details Not available
091078 05c.MotionMotion relating to the recommendations of the Licenses Committee relative to licenses.HELD TO CALL OF THE CHAIRPass5:0 Action details Not available
091078 0 MotionMotion relating to the recommendations of the Licenses Committee relative to licenses.RECONSIDEREDPass5:0 Action details Not available
091078 0 MotionMotion relating to the recommendations of the Licenses Committee relative to licenses.HELD TO CALL OF THE CHAIRPass4:0 Action details Not available
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091190 06.MotionSubstitute motion to approve the recommendation of the Licenses Committee relative to the revocation of the Class "B" Tavern license of Stojan Coralic for the premises at 2936 South 13th Street doing business as "The Brew House" in the 14th aldermanic district.

Minutes note: Individuals appearing: Stojan Coralic, 3101 W. Coldspring Rd., Greenfield., Licensee Atty. Ronald Shikora, 161 W. Wisconsin Ave., Suite 3032, counsel for the applicant. Ald. Tony Zielinski, 14th District Alderman and complainant Ricardo Arteaga, Manager of the bar Atty. Shikora objects to the police report as he believes it is hearsay. The objection was noted. Neighborhood objectors present: Dale Trostorff, 2685 S. 13th St., owner of 3000 S. 13th St. He is in favor of the revocation. Robert Montemayor, 5770 Stephanie, Caledonia, owns 2873, 2014 and 2901-05 S. 13th St. He is in favor of the revocation. Any testimony from Mr. Trostorff and Mr. Montemayor that was hearsay is struck from the record. Stephen Robillard, 2949 S. 13th St., is in favor of the revocation. Ald. Kovac moves to make a video submitted by Mr. Robillard labeled "October 3, Brew House, Gunfire" part of the record. Prevailed 4-1. (Ald. Bohl voting "no") Atty. Shikora objected to the submittal of the video. The objection was noted. Ian Pesch, 4568 S. 13th St., has a tavern at 3000 S. 13th St., the building owned by Mr. Trostorff. He is in support of the revocation. Dan Estrada, 2726 S. 13th St., employee of Mr. Trostorff as a security guard. He is in favor of the revocation. Brett Gawlick, 6829 W. Lisbon Ave., head of Security for Liquor Suites at 3000 S. 13th St. He is in favor of the revocation. Michael Cousert, 2724 S. 13th St. Apt. D, former employee of Liquor Suites at 3000 S. 13th St. He is in favor of the revocation. Sarah Zarate, 3247 S. 14th St., is in favor of the revocation. Captain Michael Young, District 6, at the table. He says in favor of the revocation because he feels the operation is not run in an orderly manner, particularly as the public exits the establishment. Make nuisance abatement plan part of the record, by Ald. Hamilton. Prevailed 4-0. (Exhibit 2) Also testifying: Vojislav Tubic, 3703 W. Ruskin St., previous building owner, about the building's history. Supporter: Sylvia Legiawka, 103 S. 41st St., St. Francis, fiancee of the manager, Mr. Arteaga. She is in opposition to the revocation. Make sworn complaint, summons, license application, police report, notice to neighbors, and notice to licensee part of the record, by Ald. Hamilton. Prevailed 4-0. (Ald. Zielinsk excused) Revocation, based on the police report, neighborhood testimony, testimony by the complainant and testimony by the police captain, by Ald. Kovac. Prevailed. 3-1 (Ald. Coggs voting "no" and Ald. Zielinski excused)
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091190 1 MotionSubstitute motion to approve the recommendation of the Licenses Committee relative to the revocation of the Class "B" Tavern license of Stojan Coralic for the premises at 2936 South 13th Street doing business as "The Brew House" in the 14th aldermanic district.RECOMMENDED FOR APPROVALPass3:1 Action details Not available
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091185 07.MotionMotion relating to the revocation of the Class "B" Tavern license of Danielle Jackson for the premises at 501 West North Avenue doing business as "Danielle's Lounge" in the 6th aldermanic district.

Minutes note: License was surrendered to the License Division.
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     Meeting adjourned at 6:29 p.m. Staff Assistant Tobie Black    Not available
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