Board Meeting Minutes Summary
Executive Staff Meeting Summary
January 3, 2005
Chairman Danielsen called the meeting to order at 9:00 a.m.
Present: Chairman Vernon Danielsen, Commissioner Esther Vassar, Commissioner Warren Barry, Virginia Adams, Shawn Walker for Chris Curtis, Becky Gettings, Janet Lawson, Bob Moore, Ron Layne, Nancy Murphy, Robert O’Neal, Robert Southall, Craig Vanderland, John Wszelaki, and Sandra Hankins.
Absent: Curtis Coleburn and Chris Curtis.
The Board approved the December 20, 2004 board minutes.
There was no old business to discuss.
Commissioner Barry moved and Commissioner Vassar seconded to approve the following:
- Approval (for the record) to renew lease for ABC Store #128 (Gate City-Scott County)-Vernon Danielsen
- Approval of Store Renovations, HVAC systems, $400,000, Property Management Services Division-Vernon Danielsen
- Approval of Moving Service from ABC to Stanley Warehouse, $75,900, Property Management Services Division-Vernon Danielsen
With no further business to discuss, the meeting adjourned at 9:45 a.m. and will reconvene at 2:30 p.m.
Present: Chairman Danielsen, Commissioner Vassar, Commissioner Barry, Curtis Coleburn, Virginia Adams, Ron Layne, John Wszelaki, Janet Lawson and Sandra Hankins
Mexico Lindo - The Board was considering the Enforcement Division's Request for Modification of Initial Decision. Chairman Danielsen made the motion to sustain Enforcement Division's request to modify the decision to revoke both licenses; Commissioner Barry seconded the motion and the vote carried.
QMaster Billiards - The Board modified the hearing officer's decision of $6500 penalty and a 30-day suspension of the license. Commissioner Vassar made the motion to modify the decision to substantiate charge #3 and modify the penalty to $7500 and a 30-day suspension of the license to be lifted after 7 days, upon payment of the penalty. Senator Barry seconded the motion and the motion carried.
FMB - Flavored Malt Beverages - The Federal ruling recently released a ruling that in order to be taxed as a beer or brewed beverage, the majority (51 percent or more) of alcohol in flavored malt beverages be the product of brewing. The Federal ruling does not change state law.
With no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 3:23 p.m.