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An extraordinary meeting of the Liquor Licensing Board will be
held at 10am Tuesday, 28 October, in the Government Administration
Building's large conference room.
The agenda includes one variation, and six deferred
Mr Prentice E. Panton, Block 4E, Parcel 11, Opposite Hell, West
Bay, for the change of location of a package 'duty free'
liquor licence to Block 13EH, Parcel 189, George Town; the removal
of duty-free restrictions; and permission to operate from 9am to
10pm, Monday to Saturday.
Mr Maikel Ebanks-Pol, Puro Rey Cigars & Liquors, 5 Bay
Harbour Centre, West Bay Road, for the change of location of a
package liquor licence to Mirco Centre, Unit 1, Industrial Park,
Mr James Laurenson, Elements Lounge, second floor, The
Strand, West Bay Road, for the change of location of a retail
liquor licence, and a music and dancing licence,
Restaurant, Buckingham Square, West Bay Road.
Ms Joanne Lawson, Blackbeard's Liquors, Cayman Centre,
Airport Road, George Town, for the change of location of a package
liquor licence and a retail 'tasting' liquor licence to
Anchors, 164 Yacht Club Drive, West Bay; permission to operate from
10am to 10pm, Monday to Saturday; and for the change of licensee to
Ms Jacqueline C. Doak.
Ms Joanne Lawson, Pirates Grotto, Landmark Building, 12 Harbour
Drive, George Town, for the change of location of a package
'duty free' liquor licence and a retail 'tasting'
liquor licence to Anchors, 164 Yacht Club Drive, West Bay; and for
the change of licensee to Ms Jacqueline C. Doak.
Ms Joanne Lawson, Blackbeard's Liquors, Crewe Road, George
Town, for the change of location of a package liquor licence and a
retail 'tasting' liquor licence to West Indies Wine
Company, Unit 4A-1B, Camana Bay; permission to operate from 10am to
10pm, Monday to Saturday; and for the change of licensee to Ms
Jacqueline C. Doak.
Mr Oral Masters, Glacier House, Unit #3, Eastern Avenue, George
Town, for the change of location of a retail liquor licence, and a
music and dancing licence, to Trafalgar Place, Units A1, A2, &
A3, West Bay Road.
Any member of the public who wishes to object to the matters on
the agenda must do so in writing to the board chairman at least
seven days prior to the date of the meeting. Anyone who has given
to the chairman seven days' notice of objection may also appear
and ask for the revocation or discontinuance of any existing
For more information contact the Liquor Licensing Board
Secretary, Mrs Marva Scott, on 244-3168 or email@example.com.
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