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Three Businesses Face Hearings for Serving Underage Customer

The Danvers Board of Selectmen will have public hearings on Tuesday and decide whether to suspend, revoke or limit in any way the all alcoholic beverage license for RWJ Beverage, the Polish Club and Maple Street Tavern.

Photo credit: Patch file photo.
Photo credit: Patch file photo.

Three Danvers businesses will go before the Board of Selectmen on Tuesday night after the businesses failed a recent alcohol compliance check and sold to an underage person.

Selectmen will have public hearings and decide whether to suspend, revoke or limit in any way the all alcoholic beverage license for RWJ Beverage, Polish Club and Maple Street Tavern.

As part of an undercover operation, a 19-year-old went into those establishments on May 30 and bought alcohol without identification.

The board will also speak with a manager from Matty’s Food & Spirits. Police Chief Neil Ouellette suggested the selectmen invite the Endicott Street eatery after Matty’s recently over-served a patron.

The restaurant called a taxi for the customer, but she returned a short time later and tried to get into her vehicle. Matty’s called police, which responded and put the woman into protective custody after she ran from them and hid behind a Dumpster.

Ouellette suggested the board speak with the manager about the issue.

See the full agenda here.

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