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City Revocation letters

City Revocation letters

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These letters spell out Minneapolis' case against Envy and Bootleggers.
These letters spell out Minneapolis' case against Envy and Bootleggers.

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Published by: Minnesota Public Radio on Aug 08, 2012
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Minneapolis
Cityof Lakes
Regulatory ServicesDepartment
Licenses&ConsumerServlcesDivision
350 Soulh5lh Stlsel
-
Room
lC
Minneapolis MN
55415-1391
Olfice
612
673-2080
Fax
612
673-3399
TTY
612
673-2157wvw.ci.minnaapclis.mn-us
Altirmalivs
Aclion Employer
August
7
,2012
NOTICE
OF
ADVERSELICENSE
ACTION
James
BeamonGrand GroupEntertainment
400
1tt
Avenue
North,
#XzAMinneapolis,
MN
55401
Dear Mr.
Beamon;
This
noticeis beingissued
to
adviseyou
that
the
Regulatory
Services
Departmentis making
a
recommendationto
the
Minneapolis
City Council
that the
following
licensesheld by
Grand
GroupEntertainmentbe
revoked:
L178-50142-OnSaleLiquorClass
A,
Sunday
Saleslicense,
and2:00a.m'
endorsement
for
EnvY
Nightclub.
This
recommendationis
based
upon
the
followingfactors,which
indicates
that
continuedoperationof
the
establishmentis
not
in
ihe
publie's
interest:
l.
A liquorviolationof
Minnesota
State
Statute
340A.502
allowing
intoxicated
persons
on
the
premises.
This
is
a
violation
$nder
Mlnnesota
StateStatue
340A.415,Gauses
for
revocation.
1.
On
Wednesday,
February
15,2012
an
obviously
intoxicated
customer
of
Envy wasfightinginside
theestablishment,
The
fight
continuedoutside
ofthe
establishmentwhere
Minneapolis
Police
Officersintervened.
Thecustomerassaulted
a
MinneapolisPolice
Officer.
MinneapolisPoliceRepod
12-
044391documented
the
incident'
!1.
A
liquor
violatisn
of
lHinnesota$tate
Statute
340A.504
Subd.3
and
MinneapolisOrdinance
364'S0
{c}anyOn$ale
Liquorestablishmentopenonsundays
must.
provide
prepared
food
forconsumptionsn
thepremises.Thisis
a
violationunderMinnesota$tate
statue
340A.4'15,
causes
for
revocation.
1.
OnSunday,
June12,2Ai1
SusanBeamon,
minority
owner
of
'
Grand
Group
Entertainment
inc',
represented
herself
toirliinneapolisPoliceofficers andlicensingstaff
as
theownerofEnvywhile
the
businesswasiicensedunder
Degreesot
 
ilt.
Entertainment
lnc.
Ms.Beamonreported
that
Envy
doesnot
'
sellfood
on
Sunday.
Violation11-0840215
was
issued'
2.
On
Sunday,
July
22,20121he
licensee.was
in
violation
of
the
Sunday
food
sale
requirement.
Citation
12-0931271
was
issued.This
citationhas
not
been
paid.
Eight
violationsof
Minneapolis
Code
of
Ordinances
(MCO)
Chapter
259.250
(9),
responsibilityto comply
with
conditions
oflicense.
This establishment
has
businesslicensing
conditions
that
were
approved
by
theMinneapolis
City
council
on
August
5,
2011.
The
Minneapolis
city
council
also
approved
a
license settlementconferenceonFebruary
10,
_
ZOtZ
wittr
additionalconditions.
On
August7,2012
notice
12-
0935108
wasissued,stating.thestayedamount
of
the
penalty
for
thelicense settlementconferenceis
due.
1.
OnSunday,
September
4,2011the
licenseeviolated
conditions
#1,#3 and
#9.
The
details
of
theviolationsare
asfollows:
a.
Failuretoadequatelyutilizesecurity
staff
to
prevent
criminalactivity(marijuana smoking)
in
thebathrooms.
b.
Failure
to
adequatelyutilizesecuritystaff to
ensure
a
clear
walkway
on
thedancefloor.
c.
Failure
to
adequatelyutilizesecurity
staff
to
preyent
patronsand
others
fromloiteringon
the
public
sidewalk.
d.
Patronswithoutwristbandswere observed
in
areas
of
the
premiseswhere alcohol
was
belng
served.
e.
Licenseedid
notprovidea
"donotadmit"
list.
Citation
11'0868045was
issued
for
$200.
The
citation
was
appealed.Theappealwas
heard
by
Administrative
hearing
officer
JamesGurovitsch.
Thecitation
was upheld.
This
citationhasbeen
Paid.
2.
On Sunday,
February
2A,2}12the
licenseeviolated
condition
#1
by
failingto
request
police
and medicaiservicesfor
an
employeethat
was
assaulted
b)t
a
customer'
Theempioyeewalkedto
ihe
First Frecincitoreporl
tire
incident.
MinneapolisPolice
Report
12-049793documents
the
incident.
3.
QnSaturday,
March
10,2a12the
licensee
violatecjconciition
#1
by
failing
to
requestpoliceandmedicaiseruicesfor a
eustomqr
that
rruas
assaultedbyan
empioitee.The
custarnerwalked
to
the
FirstPreeinct
io
report the
incident.
Minneapolis
Poiice
Report12-069703dacuments the incident.
 
4.
On Sunday,
July
29,2}12the
licenseeviolated
condition
#1
by
failing toemploy Minneapolispolice
officers.
Later
that
evening
anevent
occured
at
the
establishment
that
required
police
services
from
on duty
officers.
Minneapolispolicecorrespondencedocuments
theincident.
Violation
notice
12-
0933623
was
issuedOn Sunday,
July
8,2A12the
licenseeviolatedcondition
#3
by
and
failed
io
noiity
the
PoliceDepartmentatleast72
hours
in
advanceof events
wheie
personsbetweentheagesof
1B
and
20yearsofage wouldbe
admitted.
Minneapolispolicecorrespondencedocumentsthisincident'
on
wednesday,August
1,2}12the
licenseeviolated
condition
#1
by
failing
to
appear
to
a
scheduledlicensesettlement
conference.
MinneapolisPolicelnsp€ctorEddieFrizell,
Lt
chris
Hildreth,Manger
Grant
Wilson,
District
supervisor
Linda
Roberts,
lnspector
CraigEliason,andCityAttorneyJoel
Fussy
werein
attendance.
Citation12-0933600
was
issued.
The
citationhasnot been
paid.On
Wednesday,
August1,2012
a
recordrequest
12-0933475
wassent toprovidedocumentationof compliancewithcondition
#8
requiring
annualalcohol
service
training.
Thedue
dateof
the
requestwasAugust
4,2012.
Citation
12-0933475
wasissuedon August
7
,2012
whennoresponsewas
received.
Thecitationhasnot been
Paid,
On
Wednesday,
August
1,2Q12
arecordrequest
12-0933453
was sent
to
providedocumentationofcompliancewithcondition
#
I
requiringvideosurveillancetapefor
Sunday,July
29,
2012.The
due date
of
the requestwas August4,2A12-Citation12-0933453
wasissued. The
citationhas
notbeenpaid.
6.7.
tv.
A
violationof
MCO259.250
t2lthat
requlres
licensee
tomaintain
and
operate
the
businesein
compliancewith
all
laws;
nnCO
259"250{4}
that
requires
the
lieeneee
to
provideadequate
security
to
prevent
crirninalactivity,loitering,
lurking
and
disorderly
csnductsn thebusiness
prer*ises,
including
parking
area$and
MCO?59.250{{i{,!},
Minnesota
Statutes,
$ections
609.74and
6G$.?45,
whichprohibit
publie
nuisanceandBermltting
apubiienuisance.

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