Area establishments face liquor violations
ALLENTOWN — Six Schuylkill County businesses were cited by the state police Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement for various infractions of the state Liquor Law. They include:
Jackson St. Pub LLC, 101 Jackson St., Port Carbon — failing to have the board- approved manager complete the required training between Aug. 26 and Oct. 15.
Christopher Columbus Society of Tamaqua, 101- 103 Schuylkill Ave., Tamaqua — failing to adhere to the constitution and bylaws of Liquor Control Board regulations, failing to maintain records in accordance with the Liquor Law and failing to have the board approved manager complete the required training.
American Legion Home Association of Coaldale, 103- 105 Second St., Coaldale — failing to maintain complete and truthful records concerning Small Games of Chance and possessing and operating gambling devices or paraphernalia or permitting gambling or lotteries, pool selling or book making on the licensed premises.
East End Fire Company No. 4, 553 E. Broad St., Tamaqua — failure to adhere to the constitution and/ or bylaws of Liquor Control Board regulations and possessing and operating gambling devices or paraphernalia or permitting gambling or lotteries, pool selling or book making on the licensed premises.
Red Lion Café, 697 Deturksville Road, Washington Township — selling or furnishing alcohol to a minor.
PBX Enterprises Inc, 2290 W. Market St., Pottsville — refilling liquor bottles in violation of the Liquor Code.
The charges will be brought before an administrative law judge who can impose fines between $ 50 and $ 1,000 for minor offenses or up to $ 5,000 for more serious violations. The judge can also impose a license suspension or revocation and mandate licensee training.