Tag Archives: OLCC

>Civic Mart OLCC Board Hearing: SUCCESS

>Short version- The OLCC Board of Commissioners voted 4-0 to grant the Civic Food Mart a liquor license WITH the 4 current restrictions: 1) No sale of malt beverages larger than 24 ounces2) No fortified wines/malt beverages more than 6% … Continue reading

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>OLCC & Piedmont Meeting: Recap

>Today in the Fireside Room of the Peninsula Park Community Center 5 PNA board members, 10 residents, PPB Officer Lisa Clayton met with OLCC Executive Directory Stephen Pharo and 3 OLCC folks. Previous to the larger meeting the OLCC group … Continue reading

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>OLCC’s coming to Piedmont

>The director of the OLCC and their PR person will be at the Peninsula Park Community Center for a “talk” TOMORROW (April 15th) at 4:30pm to hear our concerns. ALL ARE INVITED TO ATTEND AND EXPRESS YOUR OPINION.

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>Civic Mart Liquor License – Update

>KGW’s Scott Burton did a real nice piece covering the issue we’re having with a belligerent OLCC and the Civic Food Mart…Video: http://www.kgw.com/video/video-index.html?nvid=235072Text: http://www.kgw.com/news-local/stories/kgw_041008_news_piedmont_debate.50d5de3a.html The KGW report summarizes information that is contained in the following post from our blog…http://blog.piedmontneighborhood.com/2008/04/olccwhat-hell-are-you-doing.html Note … Continue reading

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>MARK YOUR CALENDAR: APRIL 18TH, 9AM (location tba) The PNA has received the following from the OLCC… Just an FYI: this months Commission meeting is scheduled for Friday, April 18th at 9am. The only licensing matter for the Portland area … Continue reading

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>Civic Food Mart Liquor License – TIME FOR ACTION

>Previous posts on this subject: HERE , HERE, and HERE. Recap: The Civic Food Mart (located HERE) has changed ownership and the new owners have want the OLCC to remove the 4 restrictions from their liquor license.1) No sale of … Continue reading

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