From Mirror staff reports
State police liquor control enforcement cited two Blair County businesses, four Cambria County businesses and one Huntingdon County for violations in March, according to a release.
– Old Canal Inn in Hollidaysburg sold alcoholic beverages on Feb. 3 to a 20-year-old minor during a supervised age compliance check by the Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement. Malt or brewed beverages were also transported without a license on May 8, Aug. 9 and 24 of last year, the release said.
– Snappy’s in Tyrone failed to have a board-approved manager complete Responsible Alcohol Management Program training within 180 days of a board appointment from Dec. 17 through Jan. 2.
– Lt. Frederick A. Buza Home Association in Northern Cambria failed to maintain complete licensed business operating records for a two-year period before Feb. 13.
– Press Bistro in Johnstown was cited for selling alcoholic beverages after the restaurant’s liquor license expired Jan. 31. The license had not been renewed from Feb. 1 to 5.
– Spanky’s Tavern in Loretto allowed smoking in a public space that prohibits smoking Jan. 3 and 4.
– Westmont Indoor Golf in Johnstown sold alcoholic beverages to a 19-year-old minor during a supervised age compliance check
– Midway Hotel in Saxton operated business without a valid health permit or license, which had been revoked Dec. 17. The business operated unlicensed Dec. 19 to 23, Dec. 27 to 30, Jan. 2 to 5, 10 and 11.