The routine renewal of liquor licenses by the Avalon Borough Council June 9 included one license that has some controversy attached to it.
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Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal announced April 26 that a Wildwood bar charged with repeatedly violating restrictions placed on eating and drinking establishments during the Covid pandemic has agreed to have its license to serve alcohol suspended for the entire summer
Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal announced that married detectives with the New Jersey State Police were charged criminally April 15, for allegedly filing false reports about their conduct during a Feb. 22, 2020, physical altercation at a North Wildwood bar.
At its Jan. 19 meeting, North Wildwood City Council approved a liquor license transfer to Gerald Curran, owner of Curran’s North Wildwood, which is expected to open on the corner of First and Olde New Jersey avenues Memorial Day weekend.
Developer Tim Kerr has an application before Avalon’s Planning and Zoning Board for a 310-seat restaurant and bar, at 2800 Boardwalk, the site of a building, located at 29th Street and the beach, that houses a pizza parlor, indoor arcade and ice cream shop.
During public comment at the Sept. 8 Sea Isle City Council meeting, a resident said, “It was really a disappointment to see the video of Mayor (Leonard) Desiderio’s bar, with all the various COVID-19 precautions not being followed. Sadly, drinks seem to be more important than prayers.”
This initiative was launched due to the repeated civilian complaints received by this agency, pertaining to local retail alcoholic beverage licensed premises, who were flagrantly violating the governor's directives/orders.