Liquor agents cite 5 York County establishments
The state's Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement agents cited five York County establishments during the month of June, according to a news release.
•Bourbon Bar & Grill, 1080 Carlisle St. in Han-over, for allegedly possessing or permitting gambling devices and for allegedly selling alcohol after its hotel liquor license expired
•American Legion Post 605, 57 W. Main St. in Dallastown, for allegedly failing to maintain records for a two-year period
•American Legion Home Association Post 26, 301 Route 15 in Dillsburg, for allegedly failing to maintain records over a two-year period
•Valley Green Golf Course, 1227 Valley Green Road in Newberry Township, for allegedly selling alcohol to a minor and for allegedly permitting gambling.
•WaterWay Bar & Grill, 220 W. Philadelphia St. in York City, for allegedly operating without a valid health permit or license.
A state administrative law judge will review the citations and could impose fines of anywhere between $50 and $5,000, according to the news release.
In serious cases, the judges could suspend or revoke an establishment's license, the news release states.
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