The attorney for the Mo’s Liquors, a troubled bar on the corner of Main and Weiss, disputed a new charge presented by the Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) board last week.
The city suspended five liquor businesses on Wednesday for selling to underage patrons, handgun on premises, and other violations.
The city suspended two Union Avenue liquor stores – Limestone Liquors and Pal’s Liquors – for selling to underage patrons on Wednesday following hearings before the Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) board.
The city suspended three bars for selling to an underage patron, selling hard liquor after the legal hour, and failure to disclose a pool table.
The D’Classico Restaurant and Lounge, outside of which 22-year-old Parker Sams of Garfield was shot to death in April, accepted a three-day suspension on Wednesday.
An administrative law judge has reversed the Paterson Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) Board decision to disallow a liquor store from opening in a known trouble spot in the 10th Avenue neighborhood.
The city has suspended three liquor establishments. Two were suspended for selling alcohol to underage patrons and a third for selling before the legal hour on a Sunday, according to municipal records.