Monday, November 19, 2012
The Campus Hills Community Association came to an agreement with the bowling alley's management.
AMF Towson Lanes, located in the 700 block of Southwick Drive, was approved for a liquor license on Monday morning. The decision came after the bowling alley's management was able to come to an agreement with the Campus Hills Community Association regarding how alcohol will be served. Previously, the community association's members have complained about frequent disruptive activity outside the facility such as pubic intoxication, trash accumulation and loitering. The Baltimore County Liquor Board granted AMF the liquor license provided the business abide by the terms listed in the agreement, which include restricting hours and only serving alcohol for consumption on the premises.
Monday, October 22, 2012
Campus Hills residents packed the room in opposition during the Monday hearing.
(Update 6:35 p.m.)—The Baltimore County Liquor Board is delaying its decision to grant AMF Towson Lanes a liquor license until business representatives can discuss the issue with concerned Campus Hills community members. The hearing, which began Monday afternoon, is tentatively set to resume on Nov. 19. Ahead of the hearing, Councilman David Marks had already scheduled a Nov. 8 meeting with Towson Lanes officials. After requesting a brief recess, Linda Carter, an attorney representing the bowling alley, located in the 700 block of Southwick Drive, invited residents to attend and asked the board to halt the proceedings until after the meeting. Neighbors have complained about regular disruptive activity such as drinking, trash accumulation …
Friday, October 19, 2012
The bowling alley is presenting a case to obtain the license at an Oct. 22 liquor board hearing.
Campus Hills Community Association has taken a strong stance against AMF Towson Lanes quest to secure a liquor license. The county liquor board has scheduled a hearing for the group at 2:20 p.m. Oct. 22 in Room 104 of the Jefferson Building, located at 105 W. Chesapeake Ave. "Our history with them has not been good," said Tamee Bollinger, an association representative. "They have not been good neighbors." Bollinger noted that the association and the bowling alley have a long-standing feud spanning several years. She said there are concerns about loitering, trash accumulation, noise, fights and drinking outside the facility. Towson Lanes, located in the 700 block of Southwick Drive, currently has a BYOB policy. "Our neighbors have been …