BY CNBNEWS STAFF
GLOUCESTER CITY NJ-Gloucester City Council recently approved the liquor license
transfer between the owners of Rice Brothers trading as Oh! Hara’s Bar, North King Street and MAG Entertainment trading as Cheerleaders Gentlemen's Club, 54 Crescent Blvd. Oh! Hara’s went out of business and Cheerleaders had lost its liquor license after a patron leaving the bar killed two people in a fatal auto accident in 2000 on Rt. 130.
Besides Gloucester City Cheerleaders has clubs in Philadelphia and Pittsburg.
City Solicitor John Kearney was asked via an E-mail why council didn’t object to the transfer because of that accident?
“The ABC approves these matters and the City does not have good cause under the law to not approve the transfer. The prior owner of the license (Oh! Hara’s) sold it to MAG Entertainment, a corporate entity which had served its sentence of being prohibited from holding a liquor license for five years. City Council had no basis to not sign off on the transfer.”