Three establishments citied by state ...

Three establishments citied by state police liquor control bureau in March

There are 19 comments on the The York Daily Record story from Apr 2, 2011, titled Three establishments citied by state police liquor control bureau in March. In it, The York Daily Record reports that:

Three York County establishments were cited during March by the Pennsylvania State Police Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement, according to a news release.

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Innocent bystander

Bellefontaine, OH

#1 Apr 2, 2011
Your tax dollars at work. Guess they have to justify their jobs. Always pick on the small business establishments and try to put them out of business.
NNN

York, PA

#2 Apr 2, 2011
If they break the law...Yes!
Brad

United States

#3 Apr 2, 2011
A bunch of crap! You can gamble all you want at Hollywood but god forbid a non-profit organization goes over $5,000 in a week.
The clubs steal

Hanover, PA

#4 Apr 2, 2011
These clubs are required by law to donate the proceeds from these games to charity - they refuse. My taxes could be lowered if they would help pay for a fire truck once in a while - but no they want to get their members cheap beer. That is more important to them.
JustSayin

Dover, PA

#6 Apr 2, 2011
The clubs steal wrote:
These clubs are required by law to donate the proceeds from these games to charity - they refuse. My taxes could be lowered if they would help pay for a fire truck once in a while - but no they want to get their members cheap beer. That is more important to them.
You my friend are a complete idiot!
Bill

King Of Prussia, PA

#7 Apr 2, 2011
I've never been to Mr T's but driven by it plenty. It's near nothing and they get it for a noise violation? That's nuts. Sure, it's the law but I think it's nit-picking too.
Any facts

Hanover, PA

#8 Apr 2, 2011
JustSayin wrote:
<quoted text>You my friend are a complete idiot!
Why do you call him that name? Is what he is saying not true?
Neighbors complained

Hanover, PA

#9 Apr 2, 2011
Bill wrote:
I've never been to Mr T's but driven by it plenty. It's near nothing and they get it for a noise violation? That's nuts. Sure, it's the law but I think it's nit-picking too.
The neighbors complained about the noise. The beef is with them.
Ringer

York, PA

#10 Apr 2, 2011
I think Mr. T's is up for sale. I never heard any noise from that establishment.
Local is Better

York, PA

#11 Apr 2, 2011
And the PSP are supposed to be short on troopers. I know, it IS the law, but why not allow LOCAL police departments to take care of these situations? THEY, of all people, know what is going on in their territory. If you don't have your OWN local police department, your problem. Why should I help pay for YOUR police protection, regardless of how major/minor the infraction/s? The above statement will surely bring Johnny Doughhead out of his self induced drunken stupor!!!
OffTopicStanleyT oKenny

York, PA

#12 Apr 2, 2011
Besides Kenny, today is the opening day of trouser trout season. How did you make out? You'll still be trollin' at the XS tonight. Myself, I got several whoppers...and not at Burger King either! Don't tell the PSP, and most especially, them there Fish Warden peoples. Had several of those very cheap beers at the club also. Peace! Continued good fishing tonight!
Kenny

Shrewsbury, PA

#13 Apr 2, 2011
OffTopicStanleyToKenny wrote:
Besides Kenny, today is the opening day of trouser trout season. How did you make out? You'll still be trollin' at the XS tonight. Myself, I got several whoppers...and not at Burger King either! Don't tell the PSP, and most especially, them there Fish Warden peoples. Had several of those very cheap beers at the club also. Peace! Continued good fishing tonight!
Dipped my worm once or twice off the Seven Valleys bridge, but all I caught was a cold and some BBQ chicken from the local fire company. Lots of those other buggers were off gigglin' in the woods, which I thought was a funny way to use their rods. Gonna wear my crotchless waders to XS tonight. Ready for water sports, so get yourself well hydrated. My creel holds plenty of K-Y and assorted toys. We could use some fresh AA's though. See you there.
Bets

York, PA

#14 Apr 2, 2011
The bar in Wrightsville is fast becoming more trouble than it's worth to the community. Didn't they just have a patron involved in getting stabbed this year? Just shut them down and do the town a favor!
Veteran

Shrewsbury, PA

#15 Apr 2, 2011
The clubs steal wrote:
These clubs are required by law to donate the proceeds from these games to charity - they refuse. My taxes could be lowered if they would help pay for a fire truck once in a while - but no they want to get their members cheap beer. That is more important to them.
You are an IDIOT. I imagine also you were never a veteran either or you would know just how much the Legions, VfW's and all Non Profits do for your ass. If not for the non profits of today then many people in need would really be hurting more then they are.

Take a look around idiot and see who is still keeping this country free for you. The people who you say just want to give there members cheap beer are the same people who
have fought many wars for you. Oh I forgot your are probably not a veteran!!!!!!!!!
wtf

York, PA

#16 Apr 2, 2011
The clubs steal wrote:
These clubs are required by law to donate the proceeds from these games to charity - they refuse. My taxes could be lowered if they would help pay for a fire truck once in a while - but no they want to get their members cheap beer. That is more important to them.
Where does it say they are required by law to donate proceeds to charity? You are out of your mind. Espescially if you are against cheap beer. I'm pretty sure you're not normal.
concerned member

York, PA

#17 Apr 3, 2011
wtf wrote:
<quoted text>
Where does it say they are required by law to donate proceeds to charity? You are out of your mind. Espescially if you are against cheap beer. I'm pretty sure you're not normal.
The Local Small Games of Chance Act specifies that all proceeds made from gambling be donated to charity. These clubs are supposed to exist on food and alchol sales. The Small Games of Chance Act has been in existence since the late 1980's and has not been revised. There is a Bill in the State House and State Senate to change this Act. This is not the first time it has been introduced. Please help support this bill so the Legions, VFW and other veterans organizations can stay in existance. I know for a fact how much these organizations support our veterans.
street

Lancaster, PA

#18 Apr 3, 2011
Bets wrote:
The bar in Wrightsville is fast becoming more trouble than it's worth to the community. Didn't they just have a patron involved in getting stabbed this year? Just shut them down and do the town a favor!
Yes they are and it is not getting better. They are chaged with serving minors, that means they were serving KIDS under 18 years old.
wtf neighbor

York, PA

#19 Apr 3, 2011
wtf wrote:
<quoted text>
Where does it say they are required by law to donate proceeds to charity? You are out of your mind. Espescially if you are against cheap beer. I'm pretty sure you're not normal.
Damn child, you are even more of a stupid poster than the "Johnny Doehead 000069" twins. Just shut up if you're that stupid. It is quite obvious that you have never been affiliated with ANY of these organizations. Then again, you've got to be a man to join most of these outfits; but they do have women's auxiliaries...you would fit in perfectly with them. Be very careful which restroom you use...the boy's don't take kindly to your ilk. Better just stick with the cheap beer at "Club XS"!!! And I do not even have to mention that we do not think you are normal as we can tell by your idiotic posts.
Not Suprised

United States

#20 Apr 4, 2011
Bets wrote:
The bar in Wrightsville is fast becoming more trouble than it's worth to the community. Didn't they just have a patron involved in getting stabbed this year? Just shut them down and do the town a favor!
Not to mention selling of drugs, and sexual acts happening with management present and allowing it to go on. I personally witnessed these acts and have not returned to the Dirty Pub. Owner commented "they are valued patrons can't stop them or they will not frequent her fine establishment." Close it down rid Wrightsville of another scum bar!!!

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