Westford Selectmen to Eye Liquor License Violations in May

Hearing on underage serving continued.

Westford Town Hall. Credit: Patch
Westford Town Hall. Credit: Patch
The Westford Board of Selectmen will be addressing the issue of underage beer service by two businesses in town next month, according to a report from the Lowell Sun

At the board's meeting this week, both the owners of Westford Market and Liquors and Evviva Cucina, establishments that were stung by the state, serving beer to an 18-year-old man without carding him, spoke at the hearing saying the oversights were mistakes. 

The selectmen will hold a full hearing on the matter on May 12, according to the report. 

Read the full report on the LowellSun.com
Sam April 28, 2014 at 01:38 PM
These selectman are something else. Up until a year and half ago they were allowing people renting out the space at the FPCU and PCA to basically bring their own booze in and the parties were off and running. When looked into with the ABBC I found they were in violation of State code. They had to alter their own temp alcohol permits and make sure these events were purchasing to approved liquor vendors and not just bringing in kegs from down the street. The straw hats were kicking and screaming the whole way. Now they have these business owners sitting in front of them acting all high and mighty. What a joke....
Steven Sadowski April 28, 2014 at 02:37 PM
Wow. I moved to Westford too late !
Sam April 28, 2014 at 02:43 PM
Keep in who was being allowed to do these things! Do you suppose the American Legions had this option?
Westford Insider April 28, 2014 at 06:27 PM
Sam and I in agreement! Look at that!
Sam April 28, 2014 at 06:43 PM
Is it raining cats and dogs :)


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