Licensing Commission Requests Meeting with Wonderland Owners

July 28, 2017
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By Sue Ellen Woodcock

The Revere Licensing Commission wants the owners of Wonderland to appear before the commission at its next meeting on August 16 to address the unlicensed parking that has been going on for well over a year.

CBW Lending, LLC,  owners of the old dog track and parking lot at 190 VFW Parkway has allowed rental car and other car businesses to park there.

The only permit given was a parking permit given in 2013 which expired on July 2015.

Ward 5 Councillor John Powers stated, “they are operating illegally.”

The city receives $25 a year for each car parked there.

The License Commission also granted an all-alcohol license to Larry J BBQ Cafe’, formerly the site of Red’s Tavern at 1148-1150 North Shore Road. Ward 5 Councillor John Powers spoke against the request. He said it is a family neighborhood. He suggested maybe a license for beer and wine only. In other commission business:

  • A special one-day malt/win, common virtually and entertainment license was granted to Boston Harley Davidson, 649-1 Squire Road on July 27 from 6-9 p.m.
  • The commission approved the change of officers/directors and change of manager for common victualler license at Broadway Pizza, 266 Broadway.
  • The commission approved the transfer of a common victuallers and entertainment licenses for At Juan’s Taqueria, 570A Broadway.
  • An all alcohol restaurant license was approved for Hook and Reel, 151A VFW Parkway.
  • An all alcohol restaurant license was approved for the Lazy Crab Restaurant and Bar, 733 Broadway, Unit 1.

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