Thursday, December 15, 2011
The Calvert Gazette
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By Sarah Miller Staff Writer The liquor board realized Thursday evening that in thelast 25 to 30 years a catering license has never been issuedin Calvert County.Currently, class B licenses are issued to restaurants,which allow proprietors to sell beer, wine and liquor. Astanding practice is to use the class B licenses when cater-ing events, such as weddings. Now, due to a case in front of the liquor board, they areconsidering a change to the code to allow for explicit cater-ing licenses for private citizens.Casey St. John, a manager at Vera’s White SandsBeach Club, has been trying to get a private catering li-cense for a future personal side business while making surenot to compromise Vera’s liquor license.St. John said she has gone to the state to ask about ca-tering licenses, but she was told the license she is lookingfor is handled at the local level. The state only deals withliquor licenses what cross county borders.The closest thing Calvert County offers currently tothe license St. John is seeking is a special event permit, but
those are only available for non-prot organizations to usefor fundraisers and other events. For prot groups, like St.
John’s potential catering company, are not covered under the section 6 one-day permits.The board is considering legislation for a change to
the code allowing for private, for-prot businesses to get a
catering license. A draft of the legislation will be reviewedduring the January meeting of the liquor board.
Liquor Board Considering Catering Licenses
By Sarah Miller Staff Writer Soon people may be able to pay to name attractions withinthe Calvert Marine Museum in honor of friends, family or lovedones.On Tuesday, representatives from the Calvert Marine mu-seum were in front of the Board of County Commissioners withthe plan which will help the museum raise money in support of a proposed exhibition building renovation.Also during the meeting, the acquisition of right of way andtemporary easements for the improvements of Fairground Roadin Prince Fredrick was approved. The right of way property will be purchased from Darlene D. Collins for $3,800. The money for the acquisition will come out of the project budget.Both items were approved by a 5-0 vote Tuesday.
Calvert Marine Museum Selling Naming Rights