Carbon court news
Yellow Book Sale & Distribution Company Inc., 107 N. Commerce, Bethlehem, filed an action against Larry Strohl, dba, Strohl's Auto Body, 1975 Forest Inn Rd., Palmerton, claiming a bill is owed for services rendered. Sought is $1,523.03.
LVNV Funding, 15 S. Main St., Greenville, S.C., filed an action against Shannon Reeser, 51 Spring St., Lehighton, alleging she defaulted on a credit card account. Sought is $2,291.74.
Two appeals of violations and fines imposed by the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board have been denied in separate opinions handed down by the county court.
The appeal of Jenny's Tavern Inc., of 1 W. Oak St., Tresckow, was denied in a opinion handed down by President Judge Roger N. Nanovic II. The PLCB fined the tavern for violating liquor code rule for the use of loudspeakers or devices whereby music could be heard outside. The violations occurred on Jan. 25-26, 2008, according to the PLCB citation. A fine of $400 was imposed.
The tavern appealed the citation claiming the music was not loud that it could be heard outside the premises.
Nanovic conducted a hearing in the matter then sustained the decision of the liquor board.
The appeal of David Pereira appealed the denial of the reinstatement of his liquor license in Palmerton. The board declined to reinstate the license until the payment of all outstanding fines and costs. Pereira filed an appeal nunc pro tunc, since the time frame for an appeal had passed.
Nanovic affirmed the action of the PLCB in the matter and denied the appeal.