Philadelphia, Pa. − May 16, 2019 − Following the PA Liquor Control Board’s decision to refuse to renew the license of a Stop-N-Go in Philadelphia, Senator Anthony H. Williams and local leaders will gather to show their appreciation of the board’s decision and draw attention to the continued nuisance of such businesses.
“I commend the PLCB for its commitment to enforcing existing regulations,” Senator Williams said. “Philadelphia residents have long asked for more help from state and local officials in bringing greater accountability to these nuisance establishments and I am proud to be working toward a solution.”
Senator Williams invited PLCB, and others, to personally tour this establishment in October 2018 to highlight the various violations present in many “Stop-N-Go” businesses across Philadelphia. Quality of life issues are prevalent, including public intoxication, illegal drug activity, and disorderly conduct
WHEN: 5pm, Friday, May 17
WHERE: Stop-N-Go | 5747 Christian Street | Philadelphia, Pa.
WHO: Senator Anthony H. Williams
Greg Spearman, Ward Leader, 60th Ward
Yvonne Sawyer, block captain and community activist