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Maggie’s on the River denied appeal for alcohol license

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Maggie’s on the River remains operating as a restaurant, despite not having a liquor license since Jan. 31.

In March, the state Liquor Authority’s full board upheld an earlier decision to deny Maggie’s on the River, 500 Newell St., a new liquor license, according to authority spokesman William Crowley.

A manager, who did not give his name, said that the owners plan to reapply for the license. He declined further comment.

Back in February, the club’s management was notified the liquor license had expired. An application for a new license was filed immediately, but it was denied because of information received from Watertown police indicating the club continued to serve alcohol after the old one had expired, Mr. Crowley said.

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