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State agency grants East Bay Tavern a second stay over East Providence City Council ruling

State agency grants East Bay Tavern a second stay over East Providence City Council ruling

PROVIDENCE — A hearing officer for the State Department of Business Regulation granted East Bay Tavern another stay to a second closure order rendered by the East Providence City Council, allowing the controversial night spot to remain open during the appeals process. The City Council, at special April 9 session, issued a $500 fine and,

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East Providence City Council once again shuts down East Bay Tavern

EAST PROVIDENCE — The cycle of rebukes and challenges continued Wednesday night, April 9, during an emergency show-cause public hearing as the East Providence City Council once again voted to shutter the controversial East Bay Tavern establishment located on Lyon Avenue. The Council, acting as the city’s licensing commissioners, unanimously agreed to revoke the Tavern’s

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East Bay Tavern wins conditional stay of closure ruling by East Providence Council

EAST PROVIDENCE — Embattled East Bay Tavern is set to reopen the doors of its Lyon Avenue location after the State Department of Business Regulation granted a conditional stay to a decision made by the East Providence City Council revoking the bar’s license to serve alcohol, the Council learned at its meeting on Tuesday night,

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East Providence City Council votes to shutter East Bay Tavern

EAST PROVIDENCE — After nearly four hours of marathon debate and testimony spread over two meetings, the East Providence City Council Tuesday night, March 4, voted unanimously to revoke the troubled East Bay Tavern’s license to operate with immediate effect. The status of East Bay Tavern, located on Lyon Avenue, was previously discussed at a

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East Providence City Council delays East Bay Tavern hearing with stipulations

EAST PROVIDENCE — The troubled East Bay Tavern located on Lyon Avenue will remain open, though with considerable stipulations after a planned show-cause hearing at a special City Council meeting held Wednesday night, Feb. 26, was delayed six days. Discussing the matter for over a half-hour, the Council voted unanimously, 5-0, to allow the bar

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