Among the new applicants
for liquor licenses while the temporary lift of the liquor moratorium is in
place are Robert Hamaty of Tortuga Rum Co., Michael Alberga of Tiki Beach,
Joseph Imparato of Plaza Liquors and Cleveland Dilbert of Big Daddy’s,
according to the Liquor Licensing Board’s mandatory notice for the 14 January
extraordinary meeting published in Friday’s Caymanian Compass.
There are also several
liquor license variations on the agenda, as well as a deferred variation from
the previous meeting in December.
The notice indicates:
“Any member of the public who wishes to object to the aforementioned must do so
in writing to the Chairman at least seven days prior to the date of the meeting.
Anyone who has given to the Chairman seven days notice of objection may also
appear and ask for the revocation or discontinuance of any
was also a notice in accordance with the Liquor Licensing Law from the liquor licensing
board in Cayman Brac.
Timothy of Cayman Brac has applied for a retail liquor license and a music and
dancing license. The public has 21 days from the notice to object to the
chairman in writing.