The Board of License Commissioners held their March meeting in the Harvey Room at Town Hall on Monday night and acted on a light agenda.
The commissioners still had concerns about Bob’s Bait Shop located at 2 Revere St. According to reports, the outside of the building was damaged by a car and still has not been repaired. The Board decided that the issue of the safety of the building should be determined by the town’s Building Inspector. The Board had previously approved a common Victuallers License for Bob’s.
In another matter, the commissioners were divided over the application for the renewal of a livery license by Ariful Matubbar at 4 Revere St. Commissioner Joe Clark suggested that the fees for the license should be increased, given that the livery service caters primarily to transporting passengers to and from Logan Airport. The license was renewed by a vote of 3-1, with Clark voting against and Richard Ackerman abstaining.
Two applications passed unanimously. Charles Lightbody of Cal’s Auto Body located at 8 Argyle had his Used Car License renewed. Family Pastry located at 65 Revere St. had their Common Victuallers License renewed.
The next meeting of the board is scheduled for April 6, at 7 p.m. in the Harvey Room at Town Hall.