Title

"City" piece on Portland Stage Company, which in November decided to seek a liqu

Authors

Laura Conaway

Source

Casco Bay Weekly

Date

1-16-1997

Pages

4-5

Abstract

"City" piece on Portland Stage Company, which in November decided to seek a liquor license separate from the one they had been sharing with their landlord, Frank Capone. Capone owed the city $1,600 in property taxes on equipment belonging to Cadillac Jacks, the Old Port bar that is now closed. City officials told PSC that their license request would be denied unless Capone paid his taxes, forcing PSC to pay the $1,600 and deduct it from the $4,500 rent on their facility. The city devised the policy of withholding licenses from tenants whose landlords were in arrears in the late 1980s.

Subjects

Licenses, Portland Stage Company -- Portland

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