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December 16, 2009

Chairman Phillip D. Lang


Commissioner Robert Rice
Commissioner Ron Roome
Commissioner Alex Duarte
Commissioner Cassandra SkinnerLopata
Oregon Liquor Control Commission
9079 SE McLoughlin Boulevard
Portland, Oregon 97222-7355

RE: Liquor License Application, New Outlet, Full On-Premises Sales


REQUEST TO DENY APPLICATION
Mynt Gentlemen’s Club a/k/a Fat Jack’s a/k/a Fat Jack’s Saloon a/k/a Fat Jacks LLC
3390 NE Sandy Boulevard
Portland, Oregon 97232

Dear Chairman Lang, Commissioners Rice, Roome, Duarte, SkinnerLopata:


I request that you deny the application for the above establishment. This letter provides some of
the reasons and information supporting a denial of license. The information should be consid-
ered preliminary and subject to change after thorough review by state and local agencies with
sufficient resources to conduct such a review.
1. The application is incomplete. The application for the license does not name Tracy
Ronald Doss as a person who owns or has an interest in the business proposed to be li-
censed by the Commission (Attachment 1).
In contrast to the application documents signed by Sherri Doss, the Liquor License In-
vestigation prepared by Commission staff indicates that Sherri Doss and Tracy Doss
each own a 50 percent membership interest in Fat Jacks LLC.
OAR 845-005-0311(1) requires that applications for licenses must specify the real and true
names of all persons who own or have an interest in the business proposed to be li-
censed by the Commission.
OAR 845-005-0314(4) (“Refusal to Accept an Application”) specifies that a complete ap-
plication shall include any forms, statements or requests required by OAR 845-005-0312,
all fully completed and signed and dated.
2. Potentially false or misleading information provided to the Commission. ORS
471.313(4) specifies that the Commission may refuse to license any applicant if the com-
mission has reasonable ground to believe that the applicant has made false statements to
the commission. OAR 845-005-0325(6) specifies that the Commission will deny a license if
the applicant provides material false or misleading information to the Commission.
OAR 845-005-0327(5)(c) defines “material fact” as any fact which would affect applica-
tion of the “Applicant not an Acceptable Future Compliance Risk” rule.
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(a) The Limited Liability Company Questionnaire submitted by the applicant mis-
represents the ownership of the applicant. Specifically, the Questionnaire omits
the 50 percent ownership of the LLC held by Tracy Doss.
OAR 845-005-0312(1)(e) requires any applicant that is a registered entity must com-
plete a questionnaire that lists, as appropriate, the officers, directors, shareholders,
general and limited partners, or members of the entity.
(b) The Individual History form submitted by Tracy Doss omits or misrepresents his
past licenses held, misdemeanor convictions, and violations/enforcement actions
against him as a licensee. Omitted information includes a liquor license revocation
order issued by the Ohio Liquor Control Commission, a denial of license issued by
the Ohio Division of Liquor Control, a conviction for driving with a suspended li-
cense, and numerous violations of liquor regulations at establishments that are not
listed on his Individual History form.
3. Tracy Doss is an unlicensable person. ORS 471.757 allows the Commission to deny, cancel
or suspend a license if an unlicensable person has any financial interest in the licensed
business or place of business. OAR 845-005-0311(4)(d) specifies that the spouse or do-
mestic partner of the licensee or license applicant has a financial interest in the licensed
business or place of business.
ORS 471.313(5) specifies that the Oregon Liquor Control Commission may refuse to license
any applicant if the commission has reasonable ground to believe that there is a history
of serious and persistent problems involving disturbances, lewd or unlawful activities or
noise either in the premises proposed to be licensed or involving patrons of the estab-
lishment in the immediate vicinity of the premises if the activities in the immediate vi-
cinity of the premises are related to the sale or service of alcohol under the exercise of
the license privilege. Behavior which is grounds for refusal of a license includes, but is
not limited to obtrusive or excessive noise, music or sound vibrations; public drunken-
ness; fights; altercations; harassment; unlawful drug sales; alcohol or related litter; tres-
passing on private property; and public urination. Histories from premises currently or pre-
viously operated by the applicant may be considered when reasonable inference may be made that
similar activities will occur as to the premises proposed to be licensed.
(a) The Columbus, Ohio NBC affiliate reports that three people were arrested at the
grand opening of Allure Gentlemens Club in 2007, an establishment owned and
operated by Tracy Doss. The report indicates that drugs, weapons, and suspected
prostitutes were found at the establishment according to police. As a result of
those events, the Ohio Division of Liquor Control reports that the Ohio Liquor Con-
trol Commission issued an order revoking the establishment’s liquor permit.
(b) The Columbus Dispatch names Tracy Doss as the owner of B. K. Flyers Nite Club,
in Columbus Ohio. The Ohio Division of Liquor Control confirms a newspaper re-
port noting that the establishment’s renewal application was rejected in 1996.
The Ohio Division of Liquor Control reports numerous violations involving illegal
sales and/or possession of dangerous drugs; unsanitary conditions; and improper
advertising encouraging excessive drinking.
The Dispatch reports that in August 1995, police closed the establishment for the
night after several fights at the establishment.
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The Dispatch reports that in 1993, the establishment promoted bear wrestling, a com-
petition in which patrons would pay $10 for the opportunity to wrestle an 11-year
old bear. Patrons who successfully pinned the bear would win $1,000. The wrestling
events were cancelled after protests by the Columbus mayor and animal rights
groups and the threat of review by an environmental court.

TRACY DOSS IS AN UNLICENSABLE PERSON


Attachment 1 shows that Tracy Doss is listed as a manager on the Individual History form
submitted to the OLCC. Tracy Doss signed the Individual History form, which emphasizes: I
understand if my answers are not true and complete, the OLCC may deny my license appli-
cation.
• Item 8 asks: Do you currently hold, or have you ever held a liquor license in this or any other
state? If yes, when, where, and name of premises?
Tracy Doss responded “yes,” but indicated only one establishment with the following
information: 2000, Columbus, Ohio, Krome.
Commission staff note that Tracy Doss was the manager at Fusion, a night club previ-
ously located in the Old Town Neighborhood of Portland. It has been established by the
Portland Police Bureau while Tracy Doss was manager at Fusion the business commit-
ted a City of Portland Time, Place, and Manner violation due to the high incidence of as-
saults and other nuisance related activities. The establishment’s name was changed to
Spyce Gentlemen’s Club and its format changed from a night club to an adult enter-
tainment establishment with nude dancing. (Attachment 2)
In contrast to his signed Individual History form, Tracy Doss has been identified as an
owner, manager, and/or licensee of at least four establishments in Columbus, Ohio, all
of which have had problems with liquor law violations, disturbances, unlawful activi-
ties, and/or noise.
Tracy Doss’s ownership and/or management of Allure Gentlemens Club, Columbus
Night Life, Inc., and B. K. Flyers is not reported on the Individual History form signed
by Tracy Doss.
• Item 9 asks: In the past twelve years, have you been convicted of any violation, misdemeanor, or
felony? If yes, what, when, and where?
Tracy Doss responded “yes,” but indicated only a moving violation and a speeding
ticket.
CriminalSearches.com reports that, in 2002, Tracy Doss was found guilty in the State of
Ohio of driving under a Financial Responsibility Act suspension (Attachment 3). I un-
derstand from an attorney in Ohio that such a violation is a misdemeanor and is not
considered a mere moving violation. This violation is not reported on the Individual
History signed by Tracy Doss.
• Item 13 asks: Have you ever had a warning, violation, suspension, fine, cancellation, or refusal
as a licensee or service permittee, in Oregon or any other state. If yes, when, where?
Tracy Doss responded “yes,” but indicated only a single incidence with the following in-
formation: 2003, Columbus, Ohio, Improper advertising and underage service.
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As noted below, Tracy Doss has been identified as an owner and/or manager of at least
four establishments in Columbus, Ohio. Several of the establishments had violations of
underage service laws and B. K. Flyers had a violation for improper advertising encour-
aging excessive drinking. One or more of these establishments had numerous violations
that are not reported on the Individual History form signed by Tracy Doss. One estab-
lishment was subject to a license revocation order and another had its initial application
denied.
Tracy Doss was a shareholder in Danny’s Emerald Fox, Inc., a corporation doing business as Al-
lure Gentlemens Club, a trade name established by Tracy Doss as an individual in August
2006. Ohio Division of Liquor Control reports that Tracy Doss was the CEO of the business and
that the establishment operated at 340 Greenlawn Avenue, Columbus, Ohio. (Attachments 4
and 5)
• The Columbus NBC affiliate reports that three people were arrested at the grand open-
ing of the establishment in 2007. The report indicates that drugs, weapons, and sus-
pected prostitutes were found at the establishment according to police. (Attachment 6)
• The Ohio Division of Liquor Control confirms the NBC report noting violations for “im-
proper conduct possession of illegal firearms” and other improper conduct. (Attach-
ment 4)
• The Ohio Division of Liquor Control reports that the Ohio Liquor Control Commission
issued an order revoking the establishment’s liquor permit. A fine was ordered and the
license was transferred to another business in lieu of license revocation. (Attachment 4)
In 2002, Tracy Doss was one of the incorporators of Columbus Night Life, Inc., operating a
night club at 57 E Main Street, Columbus, Ohio. Ohio Division of Liquor Control reports that
Tracy Doss was the vice president of the business. (Attachments 4 and 7)
• The Ohio Division of Liquor Control reports that the application to transfer the liquor li-
cense from the previous owner was rejected. One of the reasons cited for rejecting the
transfer was because of “applicant's failure and refusal to cooperate with the Division in
its investigation.” One failure to cooperate was his refusal to submit information that
would allow for a background check of his spouse. (Attachment 4)
In 2001, Tracy Doss was the incorporator of Fat Boy Entertainment, Inc. CitySearch.com reports
that the corporation was doing business as Krome Nightlife at 281-283 E Spring Street, Colum-
bus, Ohio. Ohio Division of Liquor Control reports that Tracy Doss was the president of the
business. (Attachments 4, 8, and 9)
• The Ohio Division of Liquor Control reports numerous violations involving sales to per-
sons under legal drinking age, with some violations resulting in fines and/or liquor li-
cense suspension. (Attachment 8)
The Columbus Dispatch names Tracy Doss as an owner of B. K. Flyers Nite Club, operating at
1564-1568 N High Street, Columbus, Ohio. (Attachment 10)
• The Dispatch reports that the establishment lost its liquor permit and had to close per-
manently. The Ohio Division of Liquor Control confirms the newspaper report noting
that the establishment’s renewal application was rejected in 1996. (Attachments 4 and
10)
• The Ohio Division of Liquor Control reports numerous violations involving illegal sales
and/or possession of dangerous drugs; unsanitary conditions; sales to persons under le-
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gal drinking age; and improper advertising encouraging excessive drinking. (Attach-
ment 4)
• Over a period of two months in 1995, the Dispatch reports that the establishment faced
“serious” charges of violations of state liquor laws: 5 charges of sales to minors and 11
charges of disorderly conduct. (Attachment 10)
• The Dispatch reports that in August 1995, police closed the establishment for the night af-
ter several fights at the establishment. (Attachment 10)
• The Dispatch reports that in 1993, the establishment promoted bear wrestling, a competi-
tion in which patrons would pay $10 for the opportunity to wrestle an 11-year old bear.
Patrons who successfully pinned the bear would win $1,000. The wrestling events were
cancelled after protests by the Columbus mayor and animal rights groups and the threat
of review by an environmental court. (Attachment 10)

CONCLUSION: THE LIQUOR LICENSE APPLICATION MUST BE DENIED


Based on the information presented above, it should be clear that the Commission has sufficient
evidence and authority to deny the liquor license application.
Respectfully submitted,

Eric Fruits, Ph.D.

Attachments
1. Liquor license application
2. Portland Police Bureau recommendation
3. Printout from CriminalSearches.com
4. Printout from Ohio Division of Liquor Control
5. Ohio Secretary of State business information for Allure Gentlemens Club
6. News report regarding Allure Gentlemens Club
7. Ohio Secretary of State business information for Columbus Night Life, Inc.
8. Ohio Secretary of State business information for Fat Boy Entertainment, Inc.
9. Printout from CitySearch.com
10. News reports regarding B. K. Flyers Nite Club
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ATTACHMENT 1


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' OREGON LIQUOR CONTROL COMMISSION
LIQUOR LICENSE APPLICATION
Rec'd by Portland _"
Liquor ucenses

JUN 25 2009
(}f)~
\
PLEASE PRINT OR TYPE
Application Is being made for: FOR CITYANDCOUNTY USEONLY
The~o_or county commission:
LICENSE TYPES ACTIONS
Ill' Full On-Premises Sales ($402.60/yr) o ~hange Ownership ---±'~tA"
(name of city or county)
~ommercial Establishment cr(New Outlet
6 Caterer o Greater Privilege
CJ Passenger Carrier o Additional Privilege
3-,
Other Public location OOther _
vPrlvate Club
a limited On-Premlses Sales ($202.60/yr)
a Off-Premises Sales ($1001yr)
a with Fuel Pumps
a Brewery Public House ($252.60)
o Winery ($250/yr) OlCC USE ONLY
a Other:. _
AppllcatJ~n ~fc'd bY~\:o~*"'=-----r.-­ (
Applying as; l./
a limited a Corporation 'Limited liability a Individuals
Date:WaD?
G
Partnership Company 90-day authority: a Yes a No

1. Entity or IndiViduals applying for the license: [See SECTION 1 of the Guide]
<D --=fit 0AalCS LLC . CID _

®_----------------@------------------
2. Trade Name (dba):..±Q} J~)L....;::S=--.....;
3.~~~~~ca~n:.~3~3~~~-~~~~~~--~~~~~~--~~--~~--­ ~i2-+{ Aod Cj""'Jaoa DR
(number, street, rural route) (city) (county) (ZIP code) (state)

4.Bu~nessMamngAddress:~~-~~~-~~----~~---~~---~~~--
(PO box, number, street, rural route) (city) (slate) (ZIP code)

5. Business Numbers: So 3, - S?> l'{ - q &7 D


(phone) J.' (fax)
6. Is the business at this location currently licensed by OlCC? aYes .IQNo J.. J
7. If yes to whom:________ _ Type of License: 6L...=.l p{"76~
......

8.~~~B~~~~m~ L~~=n_~-------------------- __
9. Will you have a manager? DYes ')(~o Name: --:- :-=::-----:---:--:-:-:-:--:'~~:___:__---
(manager /'Just fill out an Individual history form)

10.What Is the localgoveming body where your business is located? f'Dt--H.»odJ Of~on
, (name or city or county)

11. Contact person for this apPlicatlon:~1 C..i))sS (6b3) 534· OJ (0 Jj>
fIf CltQ./ t
ame s)
L/ DLI nG V6.fUJJ e U1 do I rei'umvt (;' t.\ ' Co n
(eddress) (fax number) (e-mail addres
I understand that If my answers are not true and complete, the Olee may deny my license application.
Appllcant(s) Signature s) and Date:
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® Date@ Date _
1·800·452·0LCC (6522)
www.oregon.gov/o)cc (rev, 12/07)
, ATTACHMENT 1

8 .. .
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.. OREGON LIQUOR CONTROL COMMISSION
.".. . LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY QUESTIONNAIRE
F

• See section 2 of Guide for help with this form

Please Print or Type

LLCName: W Year Filed: ~oo 9


Trade Name (dba):_-.:..:..:....:.....--=..:...:....-..:....;,..-_--=:::;.;..;.....;..:::,,;~ _

Business Location Address:


City:---.Porz.+{ ftn..d
.. ---->:<..:.......,;;-+-'-'---- ZIP Code: C17 ~

List Members of LLC: Percentage of Membership Interest:


1.51~ I~ n () o. ())s.s }00 trJn
(managing mamber)

2. ~-:---:-------------
(members)
3. _
4. _
5. _
6. _

(Note: If any LLC member is another legal entity, that entity must also complete an LLC, Umited
Partnership or Corporation Questionnaire. If the LLC has officers, please list them on a separate
sheet of paper with their titles.)

Server Education Designee:~~ &(4 ~" D~ DOB: 5/; /2IJo9

I understand that If my answers are not true and complete, the OlCC may deny my license application.

Signature:~ lli2 fl< ~. O~


(name)
{h~~ ~
(litle)
Date: 5/-' 12Doj

1·800-452-0LCC (6522)
www.oregon.gov/olcc (rev. 12/07)
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c. ATTACHMENT 1 I
OREGON L1QG .... r< CONTROL COMMISSION
INDIVIDUAL HISTORY
PLEASE PRINT ORTYPE
YOU MUST ANSWER All QUESTIONS ON THIS FORM. IF THE QUESTION DOES NOT APPLY, WRITE N/A IN THE SPACE.
ATTACH ADOmONAL SHEETS IF NECESSARY.

Trade Name (~.b.a.): . ,61 cia ¢,.5 :>


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1. Name:_.J::~:::::::::""""'- "::::::~~:::.L ~~:u!..lli;""""' _
(last) . (fi{S1f:, (middle)
&(l£!~.:d:"""'-_-= __---;---:-::--_-=-A"T-;-""---_
I

2. Other namesused (malden, other): SIref21Zt


3. Residence Address: Y.30~ ne $61i{ CJt.aJ.e lJLL:.arco~(J:...-"J......;eg.:......-.:_~~----::===::-=::-_
que.lal
(number and street) (city) (state) (ZIP code)
4. Home Phone:(518 ) 639- 9/0 ')D Business Phone:(I.---;-_-J). _

S. *SSN • Place of Birth: 0 H,'D D~B


' & 0-.1 11'111 Sex: M_ _ F~
1'fflcg .cnss _
~. (State/Country) (mm) (dd) (yyyy)
6. Driver Uce e or StatejD # I State: W1t' Spouse's name:

7. tes, other ~'i' Oregon,lJ


voaQ.
r:te:zu have lived during the past ten y e a r s : , "-T,;
I n '<;...,

8. Do you currently hold, or have you ever held a liquor license In this or any other state? _Yes No
If yes, when, where and name of premlses? _

9. In the past twelve years, have you bee convict d of


If yes, what, when and where? Q, l Q
10. Have you ever entered Into a diversion agreement? _Yes -:i-No
nyes,wh~a~Wh~? ~ ~

11. Do you have any arrests or cItations that have not been resolved? _Yes '2(No SearohCornpleted
If yes, arrested/cited for: Date County/City/State/
12. If you are applying for a retail liquor license: MAY 19 2009
a. Do you have anY-!jnanclallnterest, direct or Indirect, In any manufacturer or distributor of
alcohol? _Yes -yC.-No If yes, what and where: . ~~;:JZ~----
b. Does any person haVing a financial or ownership interest In a manufacturer or distributor ha~;e~inii'Fil~:t'11rr.--­
or potential claim upon your business or premises, for Instance through Investment, a loan, lease or contract?
_Yes ~NO If yes, who? _

13. Have you ever had a warning, violation; suspension, fine, cancellation or refusal as a licensee or service permittee,
In Oregon or any other state? _Yes ~NO If yes, when: where: _

I UNDERSTAND THE OlCC WILL USE THE ABOVE INFORMATION TO CHECK FOR CRIMINAL RECORDS. I UNDERSTAND IF
MY ANSWERS ARE NO~O~E' TVLCC MAY DENY MY UCENSE APPUCATION. I I
Applicant Signature: _ 04k . Date:.5 J ~9
·SOClAl SECURJTY NUMBER DISCLOSURE ~ part of your application for an initial or renewal Dcense, Federel and State laws require you to
provideyour Social Security Number(SSN) 10 the Oregon UquorControl CommissIon (OlCC) for child supportenforcement purposes (42 USC §
666(a)(13) & ORS 25.785). The OlCC will refuse a license to any applicant or licensee who falls to provideh1s1her SSN. YourSSN will be used
only for child support enforcement purposes unless you sign below, ~

Based on our authority underORS 471.311 and OAR 845-005-0312(6), we are requesting your voluntary consent to useyourSSN for the
following adminIstrative purposes only: to match your license application 10yourAlcohol Server Education records (where applicable), and to
ensure yourIdantity for criminal records checks. OlCC will not deny you any rtghts, benefits or prMlegesotherwise provided by law If you do not
consent to use of your SSN for these admlnlslrativ purposes SC § 552(a)). If you consenl to these uses, please sign he7:
Applicant SIgnature: ~ Date: 5'/1 dJiJCj

~~I~~~IUU I
l-BOO-452-0LCC (6522)
www.oregon.govjolcc (rev. 12/07)

451001A1
ATTACHMENT 1

A OREGON LIQUOR CONTROL COMMISSION


INDIVIDUAL HISTORY
.."
pLeASe PRINT OR TYPE " ,
" YOU MUST ANSWER ALa. QUE$TIONS ON THIS FORM. IP THIi! QUESTION' ~ NOT APPLY,
ATrACH ADD~O~AL SHE ~ ¥C~ARY.
Trade Na~e Cd.bla :,_-I.-u:r-......;;;..:::;,:......;:-J::.=::j~~=~....I....oI::...;;J",I:.=.:~~:::::l"""' _
1. Name::'_ _~'/~~~:L- J-J.~:L.....:~::- -l.~~:21li:;..!..::le:J.._ _
(last) ~ ,/ (ftP.Jt) . (middle)
2.", Other names used (malden, Qther): , ~, '~ . ' , ,
3. l(3 (J t1 IlL£' c5{.& C,,,.tlt, !&tJCO~ j
ResIdence Address:
,. , ~ . (state)
(number. and street)
'(city)
tnf!
(ZIP code)
ua "
4. Home Ph'one:, 31ef2 ) y? 2 -2..3Q [) , Business Phone:', 501) 5~"l....qq 7tJ '
5• •SSN:..-... _ _ ~I.:'.iBlrtII: doi1,r~ /U.5"_ D~L( I 30 tl%f'sex: M / F_' \ '~" ? "
, , ' , . . . . , CState!&untry) , (mm) • (dd) '(yyyy) ---'
6. Driver ~ .or State' IP ~: ~ , 'state;~ spouse's neme:' " ,
7.' List all sta~erthan Oregon, wh au have lived diJrln
,to· , pt.
, "
8. '.00 you ~rreli~y hold, or ~ave you ever held a liquor lI'i=8"se ln' ~
If yes, when, where andname of premlses?:..=:u.~~u..d!!Jf...::U.tL!jUZ£~;[44Jt.L-+-.A.LfJ.U&UL_-.,_-
9. In the past tvklve years, ,haVe you bee rivi!=ted of ilu violation,
If yes, what, when and where? , o r .
,,' " , , . Y. ' .. ;"'l.,~ 11< ' .. w;o'
io, Have Y0l:' ever entered Into a dIversion 'agreement? _Yes U-,-No ' ~J,~jJ'~ t,Ot",'\C....
. If yes, when a~d where? . i ,~S~2/c\'\ ' 1}'1
11. Do ~ou
have any anem
or cltatlo.ns th~t have n~t been:resolved? _Yes ~ "\\)~ \ a 1.'J
If yes, arrested/cited for: . ' Date ,. County/CTty/5tafE/ \' ~ /. , ., ~~
ii, If you are ~p·plylng for a ratan ;I.~or licen~:' , .' .. .. . . ~. ~.. . i ->", .

a. Do you hav~ any fll}ilncl~1 tnterest, direct or Indlree:t,.1n any manufacturer or ~Sb1buw.'A\-ql\t\\.:·", · .
, .alCohol? _Yes. ...lLNo If yes, what and where:
.. . .. , . ~, .' . .
b. Does any person having a financial or ownership lntetest In a manufacturer 'or dlstrfbutx:lr have an Interest tn,
or potential ~Im upon your businessor premises, for Instance.th rough inyestmeh~ a loan; leaseor contract?
,_Yes...JLNo IfVest.who? . . . '
13. H~e you ,ever had a warning, vl0l;t!on, suspensIon, f1ne~ cancellatl9(l or re(usal as a licenSee or seNt penni ,..
in Oregon or any other sta:te? --\P'es ~o If yes, when: , where: -. -•7-=/14 '3
'. . . " l fMl!I1'//f?r A'~~/'Ir$~~A/.-.k ",t;fItUJuu~
. i UNDERSTAND THE OLCe WILL THEABOVE INFORMATION TO CHECK, FOR CRIMINAL REColUfs."'"x'UNDERSTARD IP
MY ANSWeRS ARE .NOT TRU MPI;.ET'E, THe OLe AY DENY MY UCENSE APPtlCATION.
Applicant Slgna~: Da1B: -FJ.il:l,,':ifl--:=:;;;""'t..=_~
*SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER DISC RE Ni part of yourappllcatfon for an Initial Df-'renewal Rcense,'Fec!eral and State laws require you 10 .
lIi'OVlde your SocIal Seeurl!y Number (SSN) 10 the Oregon Uquo~trol COmmission (OlCC) for chlkS support enforcement purposes (42 USC §
886(8)(13) & ORS 25.786). The OlCC wm refuse a Rcense to'anyappIlcant or Ucensee who falls to provide brslher SSN, Your SSN wDl beu$ed
only fer chDd support !tnforcement purposes unlns you sign below. " ". '
BB~d on our. authority uild,",ORS 471.311 endOAR 84S-G05-0312(B), we ere'req~g yourvoluntaJy consent to useyour SSN for the
following administrative pulpOS8S only: to m Rcense .eppllcatlcn to yourAlcohol Server education reccrcl9 (where appllcable), encJ"lo
ensure your Identity forcrimInal record ' • OLec WIIJ not qeny youany rights, ben~ or privilegeS otharwlse provIde'd by law If youdo not
consent to use of yourSSN for tratJve purposes (6 consent to these uses, please sl n,liars: •. '

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Applicant Si9J:lature: ' ~. Date: 1£ l. to

IIIUlunl~
1-800-452-0LCC (6522)
www,oregon.gov!olcc (rev. 12107)

·451001'A1
', ATTACHMENT 1

8.
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. OREGON LIQUOR CONTROL COMMISSION
. STATEMENT OF FUNDING SOURCES
Please Print or Type

Each individual who invests money in this licensed business must complete this form fully and
accurately. This form will become part of your permanent file record. Information must be printed
legibly in dark ink, or typed.

Most people use some cash money to start or buy a business. Cash is used for things such as:
• Advance rent payment; down payment on contracts
• Buying inventory; putting cash into a corporation or LLC

You must disclose how much money you are using, and where you are getting the money.

What is the approximate total cash amount you will put into this business to buy it or start it up?
Do not include amounts you will owe on contracts.

Cash total: $ LjJ POD· DO


Now, you must exactly identify each separate money source. For instance if a source is your bank
account you must state the bank and the amount of money to be used from the account. If the
source is a loan you must state the amount of the loan and identify the lender.

Money Sources: .,fort.SL1W-} 9?y?'


GAsIt S'fl--lJl rzjS $ 7 oW . 0 0
Bof2tolJkJd ~rn ~eJ2- - 11- Lrrw $ OJ Dco . D0
BDI2.,?'DlJJPd -r~~6~~ Bft1fr~'IJ: $ d.5)ooo. DO
SWORN STATEMENT: I understand the above information is material to my license application. I
swear the above information is true, accurate and complete. I understand that the Oregon Liquor
Control Commission may require me to give proof of the above information. I understand that if the
above information is not true, is not accurate or is not complete the liquor commission may prosecute
me criminally for False Swearing under ORS 162.075, and may refuse to grant my license application
or if the license is granted may act to revoke my license based on false sworn statement.

Trade Name (d.b.a.) fA+ 0Jq.e.,)t.s Stt-Joon City A{2..+i ftnJ


Printed Name Sh-ef2.,1..j L '~
Signature ~(2tL e:P, Date: 5111 ()~_

1·800·452·0LCC (6522)
www.oregon.gov/olcc (rev. 12/07)
- ASE - BUSlH!U!!l'ROPERTY. OR 9l'206

HUEATTACHMENT 1

THIS INDENTURE OF LEASE, entered into this ~~ 9.~ ~p:~.. .?!~.. day of ~~ ,209.~_ ,
between _ .
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hereinafter called the lessor, and .

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.............................................................................................................._ , hereinafter called the lessee,

WITNESSETH: In consideration of the covenants herein, the lessor hereby leases unto the lessee those
certain premises, as is, situated in the City of J~g~JJ~~~ , County 01 ~~tl.!:~9.~~.I] and State
of 9.~~9.'?: , hereinafter called the premises, described as follows:

Commercial space consisting of approximately 7,900 square feet, more or

less situated on approximately 18,000 square feet of land commonly known as:

3390 HE Sandy Blvd, Portland, Oregon 97232 together With approximately an

additional 10,000 square feet of land, more or less, parking lot located on

the north side of Sandy Blvd. just east of 3345 NE Wasco Street, and

Together with all that certain personal property as listed on attached

Exhibi t uB rI •

To Have and to Hold the Dremises commencinp with the 7tll day of May , ~.9.~2
and endin~ at midniAht on the ~~h I day of ~!-!&H~.~ , .?QJ~ for a rental 01 $..'-~ ~.~~9.W ..
for the whole term, which lessee agrees to pay, at }~ ~~ ..~.~~ ~y.~~~~ ,
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C Ity Portland , S tate 0 f oreaoo
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$ 7,000 upon execution hereof as a deposit securing lessee's obligations under this
lease; said deposit shall be non-interest bearing and may be comingled with
other funds of lessor; the balance of said deposit if any, shall be returned
to lessee within thrity (30) days after vacation of the premises in accordance
the terms of this lease.
$ 7,000 on the 7th of every month commencing Augus"t 7, 2009 through July 7, 2012.
$ 500 late fee 'if rent is not received by Lessor by the 12th of the mo~th it's due.

Lessee (but not the Lessor) has the right to terminate this lease by giving Lessor

Dot less than thirty (30) days written notice on or before November ~ 2~09 provided

Lessee has not been able to obtain a license from Oregon Liquor Control Commission.
In consideration of the leasinA of the premises and of the mutual agreements herein contained, the parties
aAree as lollows:

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ATTACHMENT 1

LESSEE'S (1) TM le_e accepts this lettin4 and qTees to pay to the oTdeT 01 the le:l5or tho monthly rentals above stated for tho
AC{:BPTANCE lull term of this loale, in advance, at the times and in the manneT aloTesaid.
OF LEASE
USE OF (2a) The 1 _ ahaIl use the pTeaU"" durin, the term 01 this letl", for the conduct ot the tollowin, busine:l5:
PREHlSES
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(2b) The le_ will not mlIke any unl"wful, improper or ollensive use 01 the proaU_: tM lesseo will not suller any 'trip or waste
tMreof: the loaaeo w/ll not peraUt any objectionable noile or odor to escape or to be eaUtted lrom the premi,e, or do anythln4 or permit
any thin, to be done upon or .about the premlaos in any way tending to create a nuisance; tM le_e will not Mil or permit to be IIOld lUIy
product, subst/UllCO or service upon or about the pTemises, ezceptinll such as lossee may be licenMd by law to aoll and aa may be herein
O%prelll1y permitted.
(2c) The lessee will not allow the premiBBs at any time to fall into /filch a state of repair or disorder as to increase the fire hallard
thereon: the lesseo will not install any power machinery on tho premises ezcapt undor tho suporvision and with writton consent 01 tho lessor,'
the 100IIOe will not IJtore Sa,aline or other hi(Jhly combulJtible materials on the premlBBs at any timo; tho lesMe will not UIO tho premises in
such a way or for .,ch a purpose that the fire insurance rate on the impTovementlJ on the premJlOlJ ill thereby increalJed or that would
prevent tho leasor from takill/l advanta8e 01 any rulill4s of any ageneY of the IJtate in which the premise II are situated, or which would
allow tM leaor to obtain reduced premium rat". lor 101l/l term fire iNurance policies.
(24) Tho lell108 shall comply at losseo's own ezponse with all laws and re~u/ations of any municipal, county, IJtate. federal or other
public authority rospectill/l tho Ule 0/ tho premises. These include. without limitatiOll, all lawlI, regulations and ordinances pertaininA to
Air and wator quality, Huardous Materials l1li herein defined, waste dispoaal. ail emJaions, and othor environmental matters. As used
herein, H_dous Material means any h_dous or to:cia substance, material, or waste, includill4 but not limited to those .,bstances,
materials, and waste lilted in the U.S. Department of Transportation Hazardous Materials Table or by tho U.s. Environmental Protection
Agency &II haardous IIlIbatancell and amendment' thoreto, petroleum products, or .,ch other substances, materials, and waste that are or
become regulated under any applicable local, state, or federal law.
(2e) The 10_ mall rollularly o«upyand use the prem/lOs lor the conduct of le/llJeO" ,businoStl, and shall not abandon or vacete the
preaU_ lor more than tan days without written approval ot lessor.
(21) lA_ shall not cau18 or permit any Hasardous Material to be brought upon, kept or used in or about the premllJes by
lessee, its agont., employees, contractors, or Invitees without the pTior written consent 01 le"or, which COnBBnt will not be unreallOnably
withheld 50 lont aIJ leSBOo demonstrates to lessor's realJOnab/e satis/action that such Ha~ardous Material ilJ necessary or uselul to leaee's
busine:lll and will be ulOd, kept, and stored in a manner that will comply at all times with all laws rellu/atint any such Huardous Material
so brought upon or ulJOd or kopt on or about the premises.
UTILITIES (3) The lUSH shall pay for all heat, light, water, power, and other servicea or utilities used in tho premises durinll the
term of this lell.$O.
REPAIRS AND (4a) TM lelJ30r shall not be required to mlIke any repairsi alteratioM,addltions or improvements to or upon tho prem-
WPROVEMBNTS llOs during the term of thilJ leaso, e:ccept only those hereinafter specifically provl'ded tor; the le'lOe hereby agrees to
maintain and keep the preaUlOs, including all interior and e:cterior walls and doors, hoatinll, ventJIatlnll and cooling systems, interior wirin"
piumbitl/f and drain pipe, to sowers or _ptic tank, in ,ood order and repair during the entl're term 01 this lease, at Ie_'s own cost and
ezpenlO, and to replace all g/aas which may be broken or dama/lOd during the torm hereol in the windows and doors of tho premises with
IIlass of as 400d or better quality as that now in UtlO: it ilJ-i urt her atJreed thot the leSlOe wl/J make no alterations, additions or improvements
to or upon the premJsos without the writton consent of the lessor first beiD/1 obtained.
(4b) The lesllor agreelJ to make all necelJBary structural repairs to the buildinA, includinA ederior walls, foundation, rool, ptters and
dOWMPOUtll, and tho abuttinlJ sidewalks. The lessor reserves and at any and all- times shall have the ri~ht to alter, repair or improve the
building of which tho premises are a part, or to add thereto, and for that purpolSfl .t any time atQJI erect scallolding and all othor necessary
structure, lIbout and upon tM premitlOs and le:l5or 'and lessor's representatives, contractors and workers for that purpose may enter in or
about the Promise/! with ,uch materlala as l8IJBor may deem neeo&aary therelor, and le_e waives any claim to daatQlles, includinll lou ot
busiM. resulti", tMrefrom.
L~S~R~~ (5) It shall be Illw/ul for the IOllSOr, the leaor's at1ents and reprelOntatives, at any reallOnab/e timo to enter into or upon
~y tho premiSOll for the pIlTpOBB of ezaminitJ4 into the condition thereof, or for any other lawlul pur]X»O.
RIGHT OP (6) TM I_e will not assign, trans/or, pledge, hypothecete, sunendor or dispoH of this lell3e, or any interest herein,
ASSIGNMENT IIlIblet, or peraUt any othor person or persons whomsoever to o«upy tho premilOs without the written consont of the
lessor beJn4 flnt obtained in wrJtill4; this 1 _ is personal to I~: I_e's interest" in whole or in part, cannot be
sold, aai~ntlCI, traNlerred, soilled or taken by operation at law, or under or by virtue of any ezocutlon or leg.1 procesa, att.cJunent or pro-
ceGdill/l' ilJ4tituted aSaiMt tho le_e, or under or by virtue 0/ any bankruptcy or iruolveneY proceedinlls had in regard to the leuee, or in
any other manner, e:coopt 4IS above mentiotllld.
LIENS (7) Tho leNee wIll not permit any lien ol any kind, type or description to be placed or imposed upon tho improvements
in which tho premilOS aTe lIituated, or any part theroof, or the land on which they stand.
ICE. SNOW, (8) 11 the premises are located at street level, then at 1111 times le_ shall keep the sidewalks in Iront of the premises
DEBRIS
free and clear 01 ice, anow, rubbish, debris and obstruction: and if the lessee occupies the entire building, tho leuee will
not permit rubbish, debris , ice or snow to accumulate on the rool of the building so as to stop up or obstruct Ilutters or
downspouts or CIIIlIO, dema/lO to the rool, and will savo harmless and protect the lessor a~ainst any Injury whether to le:l5or or to le"or':s
property or to any other person or property caused by lessee'll failure in that rellard.
OVE1LOADING (9) The lessee will not overload th8 /I00t1l 01 the prem/solJ in such a WilY M to cause any undue or serious stress or
OF LOOKS IItraln upon the building in which the preznJlOS are located, or any part thereol, and the lellSOr shall have the right, at
any time, to call upon any competent enAineer or architect whom the leNor may choose, to decide whether or not tho
floors 01 the preaUsoll, or any part thereof, lite bein, overloaded so liS to caUIe any undue or IOrious stress or strAin on the buildin4, or any
part thoreo/, and the dec/sion 0/ the engineer or architect shall be final and binding upon the lellsee,' and in the event that it is the
opinion 01 the ensineer or architect that the streas or strain is wch as to endlJll4er or injure the buildinA, or any part thereol, then and
in that event the 10:1500 a~ree5 immediately to relieve tho Iltress or strain, either by reinlorcins the building or by Illlhtenif)J1 the load which
cauae, ~cb alrellJ or ,train, in a' manner satislactory to the 1001IOr.
t£~~TISING (10) The Ie,. will not use tho outside walls 01 the premi80I, or allow si~ru or devices of any kind to be attached
thereto or auspended therefrom, lor advertisin4 or dillplayinA tho nome or bUlline.. 01 the lessee or for any purpose
whatsoever without the written conllOnt of the leStlOr: however, tho lessee may make ulle 01 the windows of the premises
to dilJplay le.-', name and bu:slne:15 when the workmanship 0/ such signs llhall be 01 good quality and permanent naturo: provided lurther
that the le_ may not ,uspend or place within lJaid windows or paint thereon lIllY banners, sigM, silln-board, or other devices in violation
ot the intent and meanin, 01 thilJ soction. Lessor hereby approves any signage allowed by the City of
Portland and the Oregon Liqunr Commission. ~ . ~
ATTACHMENT 1
LIABILITY (11) At all timell durinll the term haroo/. the lessee wll], .t the lelSllee's own expense, keep in ellect and deliver to the
INSUIlANCE lessor liability insurance policies in lorm. and with an insure«, /IIItis/actory to the les5Ol'. Such policios IIhall in/IUro both
tM lessor and the le_ allainst all liability lor damage to persons or property in. upon, 01' about the premises. Said insurance
shall include liquor liability. The amount of such iasurance shall not be less than
_ . • ..... a combined
slnllio limit 01 not 1_ than $ .1 0.00.•000 /t shall be the rOllponslbility 01 lessor to purchalUl casualty inllJtllnce with
oxtended covor",o 10 as to iruuro any .trucwre on the promises allainllt damap caused by liro or the olloctll 01 lire (Imoko. heat, moans
01 elltln,uilJhmont. otc.), or any other moans 01 loss. /t shall be tho rOllponsibility 01 tho lessoo to insuro all 01 tho lOll_'ll belon41in41 upon
tho Pl'omJ_. 01 what_ver naturo. allainst tho same. With rospoct to thollO policiOll. 10_ IIhall cause tho 101l1l0r to be named as an addi.
tional insul'ed PlIrty. LoIINe ollroo, to and shall indemnity and hold lenor harmless allainst any and all claims and demands arisin4 Irom
tho ne,li,once 01 tho 101lII04I, lo_o's ollicors, a,ents. invitees and/or employoea• .. woll .. those arillin, Irom 10S500" lai/ure to comply
with ItIrY covenant 01 thill loase on I_'s part to be perlormed, /lnd shall at Ie_'s own expense de/end the lessor allainst any and /III
.wts 01' actions arisln4 out o~ ISUch nollipnce, actual or allolled, and all appeals tharelrom and shall satisly and discharge any jud,ment
which rnay be awarded a'a/nat lessor in any such suit or action. Owner and owner I s agent shall be named insureds.
FIXTURES 0') All partitions, plumbing. olectrical wirind. additions to or improvomentll upon the premises, whothor installod by
tho 10UOl' or 1_0, aluJJl be and become a PlUt 01 the builditll1 in which the premises are located as :roon as installed and tho propel'ty 01
tho 10IIII01' un/o. otherwise IMI'o/n provided.
LIGHT (13) Thi' loase doe. not I1rant any ril1ht. 01 aeee. to lillht and air over the promises or any adjacent property.
AND AJ1l
DAHAGE BY (14) /n the ovent 01 the de4truction 01 the improvoments in which tha premises /11'0 located by liro or othol' ca/IUalty.
CASUAl-TY, oithel' PlUty hereto may tenn/nato this loase a:I 01 the date 01 ilre or callUaity. provided. howevor, that in the ovent
FIRE AND
DUTY TO • f41:+
REPAIR 01 damage to tho ImprovemtJnt! by 1,,0 or othor casualty to the extent 01 +.-.f:.,.y pel' cant or mote 01 tho IOUnd
valuo theroo/, the le.ol' mayor may not elect to repalr the same; written notlc« 01 lessor 's e/oction shall be given 10_ within Jjltoen
days alter the occurrence 01 the dlUllllgo; iI notice is not so lIiven. Iouor cone/ullivo/y Iha/l be doomed to havo olectod not to ropair; in the
evont I_r eJoct. not to ropalr. thon IUld in that e"ent this 'oase shall terminato with the date 01 the damage; but 11 the improvoments
In which the promises /11'0 located be but pIII'tially dOlltroyed and tho damatlo !O occasioned shall not amount to the extent indicatod above,
or II groatel' than said 011 tent and lesllor ./ects to repair. as aforesaid, thon the lessor shall ropair the same with all convoniont speed and
shall havo the right to tako pculIIOssJon 01 and occupy, to tho oxc/ullion 01 tho lessee. all or any part theroot in order to make the necassar)'
ropalrs, and the lessoo herobya/1roe. to vacate upon roquellt. all or any part thereol which tho lossor may require lor the purpose 01 making
necaslIlJry ropairs. lind 101' the period 01 timo between the day 01 /lUch damage and until such repair! havo been /lUbstantiaily complotod
thoro shall be such an abatement 01 ront as tho nature 01 tho injury or damago and its interJerenco with tho occupancy 01 the premises by
the le_ Iha/l wal'rant: howevel'. il tho premise. be but slightly injured and the damage so occasioned shall not cause any matorial inter-
loronce with tho occupation 01 the premises by leSJee. then there shall bo no abatoment 01 ront and tho 'ossor shall ropail' tho damallo
with all convonlont speed.
ruA.~:~A~foN (15) No/ther tho lossor nor tho lellSftO shall be Iiablo to tho other lor loss arisl"ll out 01 damalJe to or dostruction 01
IUGOTS tho promises, 01' tho build/nil or improvement 01 which tho premi:ros er« a part or with which thoy aro connected, or
tho contents 01 any thorool. whon IlUch loss is causod by any 01 the perils which aro or could be includod within or in-
/lUrod a/1ainst by a standard lorm 01 ilr« insurance with oxtended coverallo, including spl'inkler leakal/ll insurance. II any. All /lUch claim!
lor any and all loss, howevor caused. horoby aro waived. Such absenca 01 liability shall oxillt whethor or not tho damage or destruction is
caused by the nolll/gonca 01 either lessor or lessee or by any 01 their respective agents. lervants or employoos. It is tho intention and allroe-
ment 01 tho 10lsor and tha lessee that the rentals reserved by this lease havo belln tixed' In contemplation that both pal'tioll IhaIJ lully
provide tho/r own insurance protection at their own expense. and that both parties shall look to their respectivo JnllUrance carriers lor
reimbursement 01 any IfIlch lOIS. and turther, that tho insuranca carriers involved shall not be entitled to IlUbrol/ation under any circum-
.tances a/lainst any party to this loaso, Neither the lessor nor the lessee shall have any interest or claim in tho othor's insuranca policy or
policies, or the procads thol'Ool, unles. specillcally covered therein as a joint assured.
EMINENT (16) In case 01 tho condomnation or purchaso 01 all or any /lUbstantiai part 01 the premi5fls by IIny public or private
DOMAIN corporation with tho power 01 CDnClemnation this lease may be tel'minatod, oJloctive on the date possesllion ;, takon, by
eithor party hereto on writton notice to the othor and in that case the lesseo shall not be liable lor any rent altor the termination dato.
Lassoo a1IaIl not be entitled to and horeby olCpressly waives any ril1ht to any part of the condemnation award or purcha!o price,
F~'t SALE (17) During tho period 01 .......P.J.,.~.~.ty .... days prior to the date above lixed lor the termination 01 thill lease. the lossor
:OR RENT herein mllY post on the premises or in tho windows thereol si~ns 01 moderate size notilying tho public that tho premises
SIGNS /11'0 "lor sale" or "lor lease,"
DELIVERING UP (18) At the oxpiration 01 the loaso term or upon any sooner tormination therool. tho lessee wili quit and deliver up
PRBMISES ON the promiAs and alliuture orections or additionll to or upon the same, broom-cloan. to tho leslor or those havinlliessor's
TEJUIINATION
olltato In the premisos. peaceably, quietly. and in os tlood ordor and condition, reallonable UfO and wear thereol, dama~o
by liro. unavoidable casualty and the e/omont. alono exceptod. as tho samo are now in or horoaltor may bo put in by tho lossor.
ADDITIONAL
COVBN.ulTS
(19) Lessee accepts the premises "AS-IS" with all defects based upon lessee's
OR
EXCEPTIONS
own inspections of the premises and not in reliance upon any representa-
tion from lessor.

(20) See paragraphs on attached Exhibit "A" which by this reference are in-
corporated herein.
ATTACHMENT 1

ATTACBMENT ALWA
,., PR'OVIDED: and'these prosents ~k&i;'iUJ these'coiJdiiion~. that (1) u th~ ieslee JS~lIll be' In IUreAl'S In the
).S.
B~~.fnt':T payniont o/lrent,tor·.,. ·perlod- ot··ten daYII·atter the samo becomoll duo, or (2) it tho I05lee U1all tall or nellect to pertorm
or observe any at tho covenants and agreement.s contained heroin on les.soe's pIIrt to be dono. kept, perlormed and ob-
served and /lUch delault shall continue tor ten days or more attttr written notice 01 such lai/ure or nogloct &hall be #liven
to lessee. or (3) it the lessoo &hall bo declared bankrupt or insolvent accordinll to law. or (4) it any anitlnment ot lellSOe's property .hall be
made tor the benefit 01 crodltors. or (5) Ii on the expiration 01 this lease lessee lai/s to surrender possasaion 01 the premi.es. the leuor or
tho", havill/f lessor's est.te in the premises. may terminate this lease and, lawlully. at lessor's option immediately or at any time therealter.
without demand or notice. enter into and upon the premises and every part thereol and roposses the same, and expel lessee and those
claiming by, throulh and under l e _ and remove lessee's el/ects at 10llllOe's expen.so, lorcibly it nece.ssary and store the same, all without
beitJ4 deemed ,uilty 01 trespass and without prejudice to any remedy which otherwise might be used lor arrean 01 rent or precedin,
breach 01 covenant.
Neither the termination 01 this lease by lorleiture nor the taking or recovery 01 polltJession 01 the premi•• • hall dttprive lessor 01
any other actJon, ridht. or remedy al1ain.t lttaee tor possewon, rent or damages, nor &hall any omission by leSlor to en/orce any lor/eiture,
right or remedy to which leSlOr may be entitled be doemed a waiver by lossor 01 the rll1ht to enlorce the per/ormanctt 01 all terms and
conditions 01 this leaae by I_e.
In the event at any re-entry by leuor. lessor may lelUe or relet the prttmises in whole or in part to any tenant or tenants who mey
be satisfactory to lessor, lor any duration. and lor the best rent. terms and conditions aa lessor may reasonably obtain. Leuor shall apply
the rent received Irom any mch tenant tint to the cost 01 retakitJ4 and reletting the premisell. including remoclelill/f required to obtain any
such tanent. and then to any IUrears 01 rent and iuture rent payable under thill lease and any other damal1o.s to which leSlOr may be entitled
hereunder.
Any property which lellllOO leaves on the premises alter abandonment or expiration 01 the leallO, or lor more than ten daYIl alter any
termination 01 tho lease by landlord. shall be deemed to have been abandoned. and leSlOr may remove and sell the property at public or
private salo AS losllor seell lit. without beilll1 liable lor any prosecution therelor or lor damal1es by re'lson thereo/. and the net proceeds 01
any such sale aJuUI be applied toward the OlIpenses 01 landlord 'Ind rent as alorOllaid. and the balance 01 IUch amounts, it any. &hall be
held lor IUlCI pIIid to the lelseo.
BOLDING In the ovent the lessee lor any reason shall hold over alter the expiration 01 this lease. IIUch holdill/f over IIhaJl not be
OVER deear«l to operate all Ii renewal or extension 01 this lease, but shall only create II tenancy at /lUl/erance which may
be terminated at will at any timo by the lellSOr.
ATTORNEY In caso suit or action is instituted to en/orce compliance with any 01 the · terms, covenants or conditionll 01 this lease.
FBES AND or to collect the rental which mill' become due hereunder. or any portion thereat, tho lOS/lid party agree. to pay the pre-
COURT COSTS
v'll1ltl8 pllrty's relllOnablo attorney teell incurred throutlhout such proceedinl1, includint1 at trial. on appaa/. and tor POllt·
judl1ment collection. The lellsee aArees to pay and dillChiu8e all lellsor's costs lind oxpenses, includilll1lellor's reasonable
attornoy'll lees that shall ar;,o Irom en/orcing any provision or covenants 01 tbl« lease even thoul1h no suit or action ;s instituted.
Should the lessee be or become tho debtor in any bankruptcy proceedinl1. voluntarily. involuntarily or otherwise. either durlnA the
period this lease III in ellect or while there exislll any outstanding obli(jation 01 the- lesllee created by thill lease in lavor 01 the 18II8Or. the
le_ aArees to pay the lessor's rellllonable attorney lees and eesrs which the lessor may ineur as the result 01 lellor'lI participation in
$Uch bankruptcy proceedin,s. It i. understood and agreed by both parties that applicable lederal bankruptcy law or rules 01 procedure
may alfect. alter. reduce or nullity tha attorney tee and cost awards mentioned in the preceding sentence.

WAIVER Any waiver by th" lonor 01 any breach 01 any covenant herein contained to be kept and petlorated by the lessee shall
not be deemed or considered as a continuin(j waiver. and shall not operate to bar or prevent the leSlOr Irom dec1arin(j
a lotlelture lor any IlUcceedlntJ breach. oither 01 the same condition or covenant or otherwise.
NOTICES Any notice required by the terms 01 this lease to be ,iven by one party hereto to the other or desired so to be ,iven.
shall be sullicient it in writint1, contained in a sealed envelope. and sent lint CIIlSIl mail, with po.stal1e lully prepaid. and
11 intended lot' t1l# lessor herein. then it addressed to the lellsor at _ _ ..
.._......_... ~.3. ...S.W...3r.4...Ay.e.J),y.e.,....f9.~.1;1~g.4.,._ ..Q;J;.~,gg~...9.Z~.09. ~ :· ~.:and it intended lor the le55ee. then it addressed to the
1 _ at 3.3.9.0 NE S.aJI.~ht ..B.l.y.d., .,. r.9.l:".t .l~J.:\4.1 Qx:~,g9.'g. 9.Z~.J.~ Any such
notice shall be deemed condusivoly to have been delivered to the addre~e torty-eight hour. alter the deposit thereot in the U.S. Mail.
~~N~ND All ril1ht., remedies and liabilitiell horein given to or imPOlled upon either 01 the pllrties hereto &hall extend to, inure
to the benelit ot and bind. as the circumstances may require, tho heirs••ucceSlOrs, personal representatives and 1I0 tar
u this leallO is assignable by the terms hereo/. to the assigns 01 such partiell.
In construin, thill lellllO. it Is undeutood that the lessor or the lessee may be more than one person; that iI the context so requires,
the ai~ular pronoun &hall be taken to mean and include the plur.l. and that l1enelally'all ttramma;icalc'hanllttB shall be made. assumed
and implied to meke the provisions hereol apply equally to corporations and to individuals.
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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have executed this Jease on the day and year first hereinabove written,
any corpo~l1~ion sig1tature beinA by' ~utho(ity QI its Board .q! pir9~tors .

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The pUblisher allongly recommends that both the lessor and the lessee become famlllar with the Americans with Disabilities Act 01
1990, Public Laws 101·336. The Act may Impose certaIn duties and responslbllltles upon either or both parties to this lease. These
duties and responsibilities may InclUde but not be limited to the removal 01 certain architectural barrIers and ensuring that disabled
persons are not denIed the opportunity to benefll from the same goods and services as those available to persons without disabili-
ties. Under the Act. prohibition against discrimination applies to any person who Is the owner, operator, lessor, or lessee 01 a place
01 public accommodation.
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EXIDBIT 'Y'A LEASE DATED AS OF MAY 1, ~ - "Il .BETWEEN

J A Atwood Corporation, an Oregon corporation, Lessor and


Fat Jack's LLC, an Oregon limited liability company, Lessee.

(21) Taxes and Insurance. As additionalrent hereunder, on the seventh ofeverymonth conunencing
August 7, 2009 Lessee shall pay 1I12th of the most recent annual property taxes and casualty insurance
premium.

(22) Early Possession. Lessee shall be entitled to possession upon execution of this lease and
obtaining proof of lessee's insurance in accordance with paragraph (11) of this lease. In particular, both J A
Atwood Corporation and EI Poncho's LLC must be named as additional insureds.

(22) Attornment. In the event ofa sale of the propertyon which the demised premisesare situated,
Lessor shall have the right to assign its interest in this lease and shall transfer the security deposit to the
purchaserto be held under the terms of this lease. Lessor shall thereupon be released from all liability under
this lease; particularly for the return of the securitydeposit. Lessee agrees to look solelyto the new Lessorfor
the return of the security deposit.

(23) Subordination. This lease shall be subject to and subordinateto any bona fide mortgages, deeds
of trust, or land sale contracts (hereafter collectively referred to as "encumbrance") now existing against the
premises. At Lessor's option this lease shall be subject to and subordinate to any future encumbrance hereafter
placed against the premises (including underlying land) or any modifications of existing encumbrance, and
Lessee shall execute such document(s) as may be reasonably requested by Lessor or the holder of the
encumbrance to evidence this subordination.

(24) Estoppels. Eitherpartywill within 10daysafter noticefrom the other execute,acknowledge and
deliverto the other party a certificatecertifyingwhetheror not this lease has been modifiedand is in full force
and effect; whetherthere are any modificationsor alleged breaches by the other party; the dates to which rent
has beenpaid in advance,and the amount ofany securitydepositor prepaid rent; and any other facts reasonably
requested. Failureto deliverthe certificatewithin the specifiedtimeshall be conclusiveupon the partyof whom
the certificate was requested that the lease is in full force and effect and has not been modified except as has
been represented by the party requestingthe certificate. If requestedby the holder ofany encumbrance, or any
ground lessor, Lessee will agree to give such holder or lessor notice of and an opportunity to cure any default
by Lessor under this lease.

(25) Signatures. Each individual signing this lease warrants helshe has authority to bind the
respective entity.

(26) Arbitration. In the event of any dispute other than the non-paymentof rent between Lessorand
Lesseerelativeto the provisionsofthis lease,Lessorand Lesseeagreea single arbitratorshall be selected within
twenty(20) days following said dispute as evidenced in writing by one of the parties. Upon the failure of the
parties to agree on a single arbitrator within the aforementioned 20 day period, each party shall select a single
arbitratorwithinan additional ten (10) days. The failure of either party to select an arbitrator shall be deemed
conclusiveevidence of the approval ofthe arbitratorselectedby the otherparty. The two arbitrators so selected
shall selecta thirdarbitratorwithin an additionalfifteen (15) dayswhoshall decide the case byhim/herself. The
arbitration shall occur within an additional forty-five (45) days after the arbitrator is selected. The decision of
the single arbitratorshall be final and binding upon both parties. The parties to the arbitration shall bear their
own attorneyfees and incidental costs incurred in connectionwith such arbitration and shall share equallythe
joint costs and expenses of the arbitration, includingthe costs of all arbitrators.

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(27) Music Volume. All music shall not exceed a volume which deprives residents of homes or
occupants ofcommercial spacesadjoining or nearthepremises demised hereinofresidentially or commercially
reasonable quiet enjoyment of their respective spaces.

(28) Alcohol. Lessor gives Lessee conditional permission to sell hard liquor, wine, commercially
packaged beer, and draft beer for consumption ON premises (including outside tables and outside special
events).

(29) EarlyTermination. In the event of a bona fide planned demolition or substantial remodeling of
the entire building in which the demised premises are situated is anticipated, Lessor shall have the option to
terminate this leasepriorto the expiration ofanyextended termbygivingwritten noticeto Lessee not lessthan
120 days prior to the effective date of such early termination. In any event, such early termination may not
become effective prior to August31, 2010.

(30) Hazardous Materials. Lessee shall indemnify, defend, and hold Lessor harmless from any
Hazardous Material or any other environmental liability whatsoever associated with the premises caused by
Lessee or its agents, employees, contractors, or invitees. And, furthermore, Lessee agrees to pay all costs of
removal of such Hazardous Material as may be required due to the conduct of Lessee's remodeling of the
premises for Lessee's planned business activities. If any non-friable asbestos is found, Lessee agrees not to
disturb it.

(31) RoofAccess. Lessee shallhaveaccess to the rooffrom timeto timeonlyas reasonably necessary
to maintain Lessor's heating, ventilation and coolingequipment. Lessee shall take all reasonable precautions
so as not to cause any damage to the roof and shall be responsible for all roof damage caused by Lessee, its
agents, employees, contractors, or invitees.

(32) Inventory. When open,Lessee shall continuously carry and offerfor sale at all times a full and
complete stock offood and beverages appropriate for the timeofdayand shall maintain adequate personnel for
the efficient servicing and security of its customers. Lessee shall use best efforts to operate the business
conducted on the premises in a diligent manner that will produce the maximum volume of gross sales.

(33) Assignment. In the event of each assignment of Lessee's interest herein with the approval of
Lessor, lessee shall pay to lessor the sum of $1,000.00 as a fee to Lessor's agent for processing such
assignment, if any.

(34) Lessee's First Option to Extend. If lessee is not then in default, Lessee shall have the option to
extend this lease for threeadditional years August7, 2012through August 6, 20IS) by givingwritten notice to
Lessor together with a check for $1,500 additional security deposit on or before February I, 2012. The same
terms and conditions shall apply except that the monthly base rental shall be $8,500.00 per month..

(35) Lessee's Second Option to Extend. If Lessee is not then in default, Lessee shall have the option
toextend thislease for threeadditional years (August 7, 2015through August6, 2018) bygivingwritten notice
together witha checkfor $1,500additional security depositto Lessor on or before February 1,2015. The same
terms and conditions shall applyexceptthat the monthly base rental shall be $10,000.00 per month.

President ~~.~ Managing Member


A Atwood Corporation for at Jack's LLC

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OREGON LIQUOR CONTROL COMMISSION
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COMMERCIAL ESTABLISHMENT
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READ OAR 845-006·0460 (on back)
I have read the Oregon Liquor Control Commission's food service rule for commercial establish-
ments, OAR 845-006-0460. I understand the requirements of the rule. I understand that I must
operate my business according to those requirements.
I will offer at least five distinctly different rpgular meals durin,g. my dinner meal period.
_~y dinner meal period will be from (j) PM to '1 PM.
~ My menu for this meal period is attached.

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other times alcohol service is available, I will make at least five different substantial food items
s h as appetizers, sandwiches, soups. hamburgers. hot dogs. sausages available to my patrons.
My menu for minimum food Items is attached.

Not counting any seating ttanquet or meeting rooms or similar "occasional use" rooms, my total
ind60r seating will be '() seats.
dYi have attached a floor plan showing rooms and tables.

During my required meal period I will have dining seating at tables for at least f~
patrons. This seating will be at tables that meet the table size requirements of OAR 845-006-0460.

I will keep a kitchen area with equipment and food supplies adequate to prepare. cook and serve
food as I have proposed here.

I will have a cook on duty during my required meal period. During that meal period the cook will
not do work prohibited by OAR 845-006-0460.

I understand that OAR 845-006-0466(3) requires that I make food service menus available to
patrons.

I understand that if my answers are not true and complete, the OlCC may deny my license application.
Signature ~fU... g. OG4-~ Date &/")/ ~q

1-800-452-0LCC (6522)
www.oregon.gov/olcc
(rev. 12107)
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Fat Jacks Saloon


Menu
Starters
Sampler*, veggie spring rolls, potato skins, cheese
quesadillas, wings, and chicken tenders 13.95

Chicken Wings* 8 wings tossed in hot, mild, or BBQ


8.95

Chicken Tenders* 4 breaded tenderloins 7.50


Vegetable Spring Rolls 3 rolls with duck sauce 6.50

Soup and Salads

Chicken Noodle with all the trimming


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Chopped mixed salad
Caesar
Chicken, Beef or Seafood* add 9.95
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Burgers
All burgers are a half pound of Certified Ang us Beef
with your choice of fries or chips

Cheese Burger* with your choice ofAmerican,


"cheddar, provolone, Swiss, or pepperjack 7.95

Fat Burger* grilled onions, mushrooms, bacon, and


'--provolone cheese 8.95

Sandwiches
All sandwiches are served with your choice offries or
chips
.> Grilled Chicken Breast* BBQ, Blackened, or Grilled
7.95
. Buffalo Chicken* breaded chicken tenderloins
dipped in hot sauce and topped with melted cheddar
cheese 8.50
. Philly Steak* peppers, onions, mushrooms, and
provolone cheese 8.50
Checken Philly* peppers, onions, mushrooms, and
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provolone cheese 8.50

Entrees:
Sides include mashed potatoes, fries, wild rice, and
vegetable
Filet* 80z center-cut filet with two sides and a salad
20.95
New York Strip* 140z choice center-cut strip with two
sides and a salad 18.95
Chicken AI'fredo* with a blackened chicken breast
11.95
New York Strip* & Shrimp 22.00

Fat Jacks Rack of Ribs, served with Fat Jacks


own B.B.Q. Sauce with the trimming... 15.00

Fat Jacks Breakfast Specials

Two Eggs as you like um. wI hash browns,


choice of Bacon, Ham or Sausage 9.95
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OREGON LIQUOR CONTROL COMMISSION
. BUSINESS INFORMATION
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Please Print or Type f=Qt Ja U! 5 LLC.-
Applicant Name:~~ ~ Phone : (50.3 ) 534 - C) to 1 D
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Trade Name (dba):--=Ea± \..Tr1c1L,j (5Ad....:::;oo _
Business Location Address: 3~l7b n6 S rrn.JV
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ZIP Code: OJ, d3 a
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Business Hours: Outdoor Area Hours: The outdoor area Is used for.
Sunday ~to ~3D Jl-m, Sunday to _ a Food service Hours: to _
Monday to _ Monday to _ a Alcohol service Hours: to _
Tuesday to ""'t'T"1--.-- Tuesday to _ o Enclosed, how
Wednesda¥ lo to f-f/i a:3D
fl- m : Wednesday to _
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Thursday ~~to~»-m . Thursday to _ The exterior area is adequately viewed and/or


Friday ~~ to ~ ttm.
Vi. Friday to _ supervised by Service Permittees.
Saturday ft;.po p.(}.to~01. Saturday to _ _ (Investigator's Initials)

Seasonal Variations: 0 Yes ulNa If yes, explain: _

Check all that apply: "DAYS' & HOURS OF 'L1VE OR OJ' MusfG'
t • •• _ 6 ' . . .. ...

'Li~~SIC o Karaoke

~ Recorded Music D Coin-operated Games


Sunday
Monday
J'l OJ Music ,~;: Video Lottery Machines Tuesday
Wednesda
~ Dancing o Social Gaming Thursday
Friday
o Nude Entertainers D Pool Tables Saturday
o Other: _

otce USE ONLY


Outdoor: _
Invesllgalor Verified Seallng:_(Y) _(N)
Lounge: ;2. 5 Other (explain): InvesUgalorInlllaI5:, _

Banquet: Total Seating: /25{ Oale: _

I understand if my answers are not true and complete, the OLee may deny my license application.

Applicant Signature~ cJ. . D~ Date: 5 ( 1/ 21)) CZ


1·800·452·0LCC (6522)
www.oregon.gov/olcc (rev. 12/07)
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FLOOR PLAN
Your flgor plan must be submitted on this (gnu.
• Use a separate Floor Plen Fonn for each level or floorof the buUdlng.
8 Applicants must provide a sketch that shows the specific area of the premises (e.g. dining area, bar, lounge, kitchen and
restrooms). Full On-Premises (commercial establishments) applicants must also showdining tables. See example on back.

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City and ZIP Code
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Please Print or Type

OREGON L1aUOR CONTROL COMMISSION
CHANGE OF INFORMATION APPLICATION
et

Use this applIcation to request a dupUcate Ucense (;8rtlf1cale, Change of trade name, change Oflicensee name,
change to legal entity andlordeletion of partner(s).
• Remember to attach all requested documents.

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Name(S):-.did~ 3kk.j LL.c. 1
Complete this 1, Ucensee
(as cunvnlly ncanted)
Section ForAll .....
Requests
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2. Trade Name(dba): f)iJ- ,))(Its 6A,"/OQO Type of Ucense: fi<A 00 q,1,q~~~
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(curranlbusiness name) (0. L. F. alC.)
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3. Buslness Address: ..3 3') 0 OC.;>rr j
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0vd- ~ 97D?5~ (elly) (ZIP code)

4. Malllng Address: '-f(j)~ nG ~Ie. 11rtOC6U ~g. 9({(Pfp/


(slteul) (c!trl (ZIP cod,,)
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6. TelopJ'lone Number: (503) 53"1- CflJ"'},. 5J(?iIJD) I(~' d3JD


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Section 2:
Change of Trade New Trade Name
Name .
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SectlDn 3: ' 1. New Name:
Change of legal
N~e I
2. Date of Name Change:
3. Attach a signed copy of legal documenl(s).

SectiDn 4: 1. Entity Name:


ChenQe to ,Legal.
~nttty : .-, 2. Complele and attach LLC or Corporation Questlonnalra.
(Corp. or LlC) 3, Attach 8 signed copy of modified leaseegreement If applicable.

SeCtIon 5: t. Nameof Deleted Partner(s):


Deletion of
Partner{s)
2. Allach a copy of the legaldocument(s) or letterof resignation, signed by the deleted parlner(6).
showing the partner(s) win no longerhave an Interest In the business. If deleted partner(s)
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appearon the lease. you must attacha copy of a modlned leaseagreement.

I understand that If my answers are not true and complete. the OLeC may deny my license application.

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Licensee Name: TIlle ' ("til2.v.""'. IMrn'l%
LIcensee slgnature~~ Dat~ d" 1~ }~c..::.~,,-CO..;,.,.,.:..r_ _
1-800-452-0LCC (6522) (nJV. 12107)
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ATTACHMENT 1

STATEMENT OF FUNDING

I, Sherri L. Doss,as the sole and managing member or Fa!Jacks LLC, do swearand affirm that
the loan from my father-in-law, Walter Doss. for nine lhousand dollars($9,000) and the loan
from my father, Robert Burchfield. for twenty fivethousand dollars (S25,OOO) are loeasthat I am
required to and intend on paying back in fuJI. Neither Mr. Dossnor Mr. Burchfield havean
ownership or financiaJ interest in Fat Jacks LLCand will not have control over or m8J1iI8erial
responsibility ofFal Jacks LLC or the business to beoperated under the license currently
pending with the OLCC. In addition, neitherMr. Dossnor Mr. Burchfield will workor be
employedat the business to beoperated underthe license currently pending with the OLCC.

I furtherswear and affirm that I am the only true applicant and will be the only true licensee for
this application. No other party has It financial interest or control over Fat Jacks LLC or the
business to be operated underthe licensecurrently pending with the OLeC.

EAr JAC~L1.'€'~IOregon limited liability company


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She.n:i J Doss, Member
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09-08-2001 113: 09 T OOSS 70282C0003

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. BUSINESS INFORMATION
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Please Print or 'TYpe

Applicant Name: fu .:r tl£ILs LLe. Phone! ~) 539~q~]?)


Trade Name (dba):~ G)~.:.:n..Q.::::::Q~'..LS~O..A~J.6,,1Abi..i-- _
Business Location Address:~ b O~ SArxl G>\ vel .
City:~ O ZIP Code: 0)1') 9.3 at.

DAYS AND HOURS OF OPERATION


Business Hours: OutdoorArea Hours: The outdoor area Is used for:

s u n d a y , . to ~30~·m. Sunday 10 _ U Food s81V1ce Hours: . _._ _to _


Monday 10 A«!
.-A.tr1 MondllY to _ CJ A1oohc1 service Hours: to _
' Tuesday • IO~'f" Tuesday 10 _
CJ Enclosed. how _~ ,
WednGGday to ~If. ff') , Wednesday 10 _
Thurucfey ~_ to~. , A tn· Thursday 10 _ The extQrtor anlo Is adoqualety \/lowod and/or
Friday to Ql' .(1) F~py 10 _ lhIpeMsed by Service Permittees.
Saturday t o ' ... , -,un Sell,Jroay to _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ (lnvesUgalor's Initials)

Seasonal Variations: 0 Yes Cl No If yes, expletn: _

ENTERTAINMENT Check all that apply: DAYS & HOURS OF LIVE OR DJ MUSIC
o UveMuslc o Karaoke

~ Recorded M~ic o CoJn.operated Games Sunday


Monday
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a:2i> ~·m
)}( OJ Music J2l VideoLotteryMachInes Tuesday .m· to 8i:?C'5 Am.
oT-i~- t o m , r n
o Dancing o Social Gaming
Wednesday
ThullIday • to
:~I'"IOoI""~~.: 10.
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Saturday ~,..-.=_. to. A- III
o Other: _

OLCC use ONLY


Outdoor. _.•_ _
Inwmllgelot Ver111lld 8eatlng:_IY) _(N)
Lounge: ;),5 Other (expI8In): Investigator tnJlIals:: _
Oato: _
Banquet: Total Seallng:.d!Ii!i..L15

I understand If my answers are not true and eom~e, the OlCC may deny my license application.

Applicant Signature: ~ =J. bd~ Date:--lJ ( () /,.;utl1 -


1·800-452·0LCC (6522)
www.oregon.govlolcc (fTlV. 12107)
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• Use 8 !8P111'8tt Floor Plan FOl'Ib for61gb level orftoor of thebuilding. .
• Appllcantll must plOvlde 8 8kelCh that lI!towa the sJ)8Ciflc area of the premleeo (e.g. dining area. ba" loung8. kitchen and
~trooms). Full On-Preml_'(oomm&rdal establ1IhtnenIs) 8pJlRcanl8 rtlust also shaw dIning lablea. see example on back.

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ATTACHMENT 1

Fat Jack's Saloon


Operation 's agreement
07/29/09

To Whom It May Concern:

My Name is Sherri Doss, I am proposing to open a country formatted establishment


called Fat Jack's Saloon Located @ 3390 N.E. Sandy Blvdjust west of the Hollywood
district. I feel this is an ideal location with good freeway access and adequate parking.
We would like to address some of the neighborhoods concerns about our operationand
parking lot security issues. We will make it our personal mission to control and eliminate
any and all criminal activity or disturbances that may adversely affect the community
around us.

OPERATING PLAN

1. We will have a constant security presence at all times starting at 6:00 p.m. until
the parking lot is cleared at approximately 2:45 a.m. We will have at least 1
securitypersonal monitoring the parking lots at all times and will increaseto 4 to
8 depending on the size of the crowd. All security staff will be DPSST certified.
2. My husband Tracy Doss is DPSST executive manager certified and has over 20
years night club, restaurant and bar experience. He will personally oversee all
security matters.
3. After 10 p.m. nightly security staffwill conduct random parking lot checks every
10 to 20 minutes.
4. We will at all times have a ratio of 1 DPSST security staff members for every 25
guests.
5. A 16 camera DVR monitoring system for all areas in our control.
6. A full country style BBQ menu will be available during all hour's operation.
7. I will be taking a hands on approach to the day to day operation of this facility
and be available 6pm to close.
8. No loitering, verbal/physical altercations, loud noise or any other type of
disturbances and or criminal activity will be tolerated inside or in our parking lot
areas.
9. I will encourage and co-operate with Portland police department to do a walk
through during peek hours of operation. .
10. Alcohol Monitors will be place, which will include Management, Bartenders,
Wait Staff and security personnel. Alcohol monitors will be responsiblefor
checking very intoxicated persons (VIPS), removing drinks or patrons as
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necessary. This will be accomplished by visual inspections of all patrons every 30


minutes.
11. A detailed incident log will be maintained on the premises which will include,
Dates, identifying information (if known), staff involvement and others that were
on duty during incidents, type of incidents and actions taken. This will also
include VIPs, service cut offs, violations of rules and policy's, entry denials and
law enforcement contacts.
12. Electronic I.D. checker will be at the entrance to detect fake I.D.'s
13. There will be no admittance no later than 1:30am during normal business hours
14. We will also institute a "Soft Close" that will begin from 2am to 2:15am which
will include Last call, changing the lighting and music to facilitate an orderly
closing.
15. Parking lot opening and closing procedures will be as follows, all staff members
will be required to park there vehicles bordering the perimeter fencing to create a
sound and space barrier to prevent littering and loud noises from interfering with
the peace and sobriety of the surrounding community. During closing all security
personnel will patrol and monitor parking lot area until all guests have safely
exited the property. Then clean up all areas affected by our operation.

I will be very aggressive in successfully instituting these policies to the


utmost degree as to ensure the health and safety of all parties involved. I will also
state that I will at all times be willing to meet and discuss all legitimate issues and
complaints with my neighbors, Portland Police and Olcc to quickly resolve any
problems that may occur. We will at all times strive to be a good neighbor and a
viable component of the community at large.

Thank you,

Sherri Doss
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Bureau of Police
Dan Saltzman, Police Commissioner
Rosanne M. Sizer, Chief of Police
1111 S.W. 2nd Avenue. Portland, OR 97204. Phone: 503-823-0000. Fax: 503-823-0342

Integrity • Compassion • Accountability. Respect. Excellence. Service

September 2, 2009

Steve Pharo, Director


Oregon Liquor Control Commission
9079 SE McLoughlin Boulevard
Portland, Oregon 97222-7355

RE: Liquor License Application, New Outlet, Full On-Premises Sales


UNFAVORABLE RECOMMENDATION
Fat Jack's
3390 NE Sandy Boulevard
Portland, Oregon 97232
Licensee: Tracy Doss

Dear Mr. Pharo:

The Portland Police Bureau has completed its investigation on the above referenced liquor
license renewal. Based on Portland City Code 14.B.100~030, (F) (1) an unfavorable
recommendation is submittedforthe following reasons:

Pursuant-to the City ofPortland Code and Charter, Chapter 14B.I00.030 (F) (1) Application
. Procedure, regarding liquor license recommendations, "if the Chief of Police find that there are
valid grounds to make an unfavorable recommendation to the Oregon Liquor Control
Commission as provided by Oregon liquor laws, the Chiefof Police shall forward an unfavorable
recommendation directly to the Oregon Liquor Control Commission."

The basis for this unfavorable recoriunendation can be found under OAR 845-005-0326 (1) (a).
OAR 845-005-0326 states ORS 471.313 (l) allows the Commission to deny a license that public
interests or convenience does not demand. The following are some of the reasons for which the
Commission may deny a license unless the applicant shows good cause to overcome the criteria:
1. Alcohol-Related Problems at Other Licensed Premises;
a. The applicant has had repeated problems at another licensed location
during the two years preceding this application or has had a license
cancelled or renewal refused because of problems with disturbances,
unlawful activities or noise.

Community Policing: Making the Difference Together


An Equal Opportunity Employer
, Police Information line: 503-823-4636, TIY (for hearing and speech impaired): 503-823-4736 Website: http://www.portlandpolicebureau.com
ATTACHMENT 2
Mr. Steve Pharo September 2, 2009
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Tracy Doss is one of the licensees on this application. Mr. Doss was a prior licensee at Fusion, a
night club previously located in the Old Town Neighborhood of Portland. While Mr. Doss was
the licensee at Fusion the business committed a City of Portland Time, Place, and Manner
violation due to the high incidence of assaults and other nuisance related activities. Mr. Doss was
eventually able to reduce the problems by changing the name to Spyce Gentlemen's Club, and
changing the format from a night club to an adult entertainment establishment.

On June 1, 2008, at approximately 3:21 AM, Portland Police Officers responded to a report Ofan
assault. Officers determined that an intoxicated patron grabbed an employee around the neck
with two hands causing the employee to be choked. The patron's actions were a violation of
ORS 166.025. Portland Police Case #08-51974.

On June 8,2008, at approximately 3:15 AM, Portland Police Officers were flagged down by
location security in regards to an out of control patron who was being removed from the bar.
Officers took the unruly patron into custody for a detox hold due to his intoxication and
combative behavior. Portland Police Case #08-54660.

On June 18, 2008, at approximately 2 AM, a passerby was walking to his vehicle, which was
parked in front of the location. The passerby saw an altercation inside of the location and
watched as two security officers kicked a patron out of the bar and onto the sidewalk. The
passerby said the patron got up and the security officers ran at the patron and impacted the
passerby's vehicle, causing damage. The passerby attempted to deal directly with the location to
get the damage to his vehicle fixed, but the location was not cooperative. Portland Police Case
#08-58292.

On June 22, 2008, at approximately 1:33 AM, Portland Police Officers were flagged down by an
.employee of the location in regards to an assault. Officers determined that a patron punched
another patron in the chest and said, "let's go!" as if challenging him to a fight. When security
approached the altercation the aggressor ran from the club. Thesubject was arrested and cited
for harassment. Portland Police Case #08-59654.

On July 20, 2008, at approximately 1:41 AM, Portland Police Officers were flagged down by
security at the location about an intoxicated subject. The intoxicated subject had been kicked out
of the location and was now being aggressive with security. The subject was unable to follow
basic commands based on his high level of intoxication and was subsequently taken into custody
for a detox hold. During an inventory search of his person and backpack officers found a gallon
bottle of Smimoff vodka. The subject was identified by officers with his Oregon Identification
card and was only 20years old. Portland Police Case #08-70013.

On July 26, 2008, at 2:03 AM, Portland Police Officers were flagged down by security at the
location in regards to an intoxicated male subject trying to start a fight. The intoxicated subject
was taken into custody for a detox hold, as he was unable to care for himself and was a danger to
others due to his behavior. Portland Police Case #08-72221.
ATTACHMENT 2
Mr. Steve Pharo September 2, 2009
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Fat Jack's has been proposed to become an establishment operating in a night club format.
Therefore, the City of Portland believes that the high incidence of assaults and other nuisance
activities that occurred at the previous licensed location operated by Mr. Doss when it was
operated under the same night club format will occur at this licensed premise.

For the reasons stated above, the City of Portland and the Portland Police Bureau make an
unfavorable recommendation for this liquor license application.

Should the OLCC renew the liquor license for Cabaret, the City of Portland and the Portland
Police Bureau request that the following restrictions be considered:
1. Requirement that the establishment follows the business operation plan the
licensee submitted to the OLCC.

If you have any questions or would like further information, please contact Officer Jacob Clark
in the Drugs and Vice Division at (503) 823-0429.

Sincerely,

R~~.~.
ROSANNE M. SIZER
Chief of Police

RMS/JRC

cc: Assistant ChiefBret Smith


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Ohio Department of Commerce Ted Stricklalld


Division of Liquor Control Governor
6606Tussing Road . P.O. Box4005
Reynoldsburg, OR 43068-9005 KimberlyA. ZUTZ
(614) 644-2360 FAX(614)644-2480 Director
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NAME AND ADDRESS PGEBD 551 85D
PERMIT NUMBER - 1 65 3 6 0 8 COLUMBUS NIGHTLIFE n rc
COUNTY - 25 FRANKLIN CORPORATION 57 E MAIN ST 1ST FL ;; BSMT
TAXING DISTRICT - 044 COLUMBUS COLUMBUS OHIO 4321 ~
NO ACTIVE VIOLATIONS - F6 TO DISPLAY
SUN SALE INFO - FlO TO DISPLAY
PROBLEM CODE
PROBLEM DATE
LAST INSPECTION
HOLDER BAR CODE
OUTLET NUMBER A ,i:. NCY NUMBER
RESTRICTION
CI02 TODAY 12/02/09 ~ IME 09 :06:50
CLASS D1 D2 D3 D3A D6
TYPE OF APPLI CATI ON TRFO TRFO TRFO TRFO TRFO
APPLICATI ON DATE 02/21/02 02/21/02 02/21/02 02/21/1i2 02/21/02
fILING STATUS TIMELY TIMELY " TIMELY TIMELY TIMELY
RECEI PT NUMBER F082163 F082163 F082163 F08216: ; F082163
FEE AMOUNT $ .00 $ .00 $ . 00 $ .( 0 $ . 00
APPLICAT ION PENDING DATE
RENEWAL PENDING STATUS NO NO NO NO NO
SI TE LOCATION VOTE
ORI GI NAL IS SUE DATE
SOURCE OF ORIGINAL I SSUE
CURRENT I SSUE DATE
Ml\.ILING DATE
TYPE OF I SSUE
STATUS OF FEE AMOUN T N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
REFUND AMOUNT
PENALTY RECEIPT NUMBER
BUYER
SELLER
PROCESS FEE STATUS
TYPE OF NO ISSUE RTRF RTRF RTRF RTRF RTRF
IS SUED STATUS NO NO NO NO NO
CANCELLAT ION DATE 09/26/02 09/26/02 09/26/02 09/26/0 2 09/26/02
QUOTA EXEMPT STATUS
DISPLAY ANOTHER PERMIT HOLDER / / ENTER PEIlMIT NBR / TRACK-I ) / HIT ENTER REY
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PEFMI T NlWffiER (CORPORATI ON) 1653608 DATE 12/02/09
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ACTI VE DATE 02/21/02
I NACTIVE DATE 09/27/02
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DivisioI1 of Liquor Control
6606 Tussing Road . P.O. Box 400S
<iVy C. Suhadolaik
R.eynoldsbwg,. OR 43068-9005
Director
(6 14) 644-2360 FAX (614) 72~-1283
COmmeree http://www.COIII.StIte.oh.us
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CQNDmONAL JU:,JEcrION ORDER

Mailed: July 17,2002

Effective Date: August 16,2002

VIA CERTIFIED ~ FIRST CLASS MAIL:

TracyDoss,VicePresident
Columbus Nightlife, !nco
57 East Main Street'
Columbus, OR 43215

Re: Transfer ofOwnership Application


#165360&, Class D·I.2.3-3A-6
From:' Tiger Shark Productions Limited
57 EastMain Street, 1st.Floor
Columbus, Ohio 43215
To: ColumbusNightlife,.Jnc.

Dear Mr. Doss:

The Division of Liquor Control has carefully considered your applicatic a for a transfer of
ownership of a class D-l·2-3·3A-6 liquor permit, A partial investigation wo ,s conducted which
included an inspection of the proposed permit pranises, lIIld a review of 11.re application and
information gathered from vari~ documents andreports.

The Division denies and rejectstbis application for transfer of ownership of this permit effective
August 16, 200?-, unlessyou compjx with the following conditions:

1) Please submit documentation and other iaformation as indicated below to c. mtinue processing
this application.

2) File any delinqUelit sales tax or employee income tax withholding returns mol resolve any such
tax delinquencies with the Ohio Department ofTaxation.

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Colutnbos Nightlife, Inc.

If you do not intend to pursue the transfer of this pennit, you may cancel this .tpplication prior to
August 16, 200Z. . "_ ~

This application for transfer of ownersbip of this PQIIIlit is rejected based 1]?':>ll the following
grounds and facts;

1) The Division 1S unable to complete this transfer because the transfer or currently owes
delinquent Ohio sales taxes aad/or iacome taxes withheld from employee Cu!pensation, vibich
constitutesthe operation ofthe proposed business in II manner that demonsn ;!JI:S a disregard for
the laws, regulations. or local ordinances of this state. ltC. §§cIJI>326(B)(l) and
4303292(A)(I)(b).

2) Pursuant to provisions of Chapters 4301. and 4303. of the Ohio Revised Code and of Ohio
Administrative Cride Section.4301:1-1-12(A), the Division is required to , ~o ndu.ct a complete
investigation of the applicant and of the premises in order to .determine IIle advisability of
issuing the applied-for permit. With respect to the captioned applicatior, the Division was
rmable to complete the required investigation due to. the applicant's fui ;u :e and refusal 1D
cooperate with the Division in its investigation.

This transfer of ownership application was placed into process by the Divisi,m on February 25,
2002.

On March 12, 2002., the Ohio Department of Taxation informed the Divisior I of Liquor Control
that it may not grant the captioned transfer of ownership application because Ibe transferor owes
delinquent sales taxes and/or income taxes withheld from employee compensa ;ton or has failed to
file any such tax returns.

Letters from !he Division dated March 12, 2002 and Apn1 30, 2002 (Ce tiJiied Mail, Return
Receipt Requested) required the applicant to submit the following docun esrtation and other
information:

1) You did not answer question #2b on the transfer application. If your SPO"' lS~ will be working
on the premises, complete end return the enclosed PersonalHistory Back:;;round form, and
Civilian Background Check Card along with the required fee of $15.0(, ;i)T the Bureau of
Criminal Identification and Investigation.

2) Donald Ruminski's written consentto the transfer of this business.

3) A Federal Tax Identification Number,

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4) A signed copyof Lease or Sll1Di1Ia1y ofT~cy Rights fOIID, (form enc1oSl:,IiI.

5) Finan~al verifiCiifiOIl-c:ifthe $100,000.00 used to purchase the business

6) A Civilian Background Check cam (enclosed) an4 $15.00 for John J~., ~:bis form and fee
are needed in order to process information through the Bureau of Crimind ::deIltificafion and
Investigation.

7) A date for FinallD.spection.

Accordingly, the captioned application is hereby deniedand ~ected, unless yn; comply with the
conditions previously stated in this Order by August 16, 2002.

You are entitled to appeal this Order to the Ohio Liquor Control Conmrissinu If you want to
appeal this Order. you must file 3D anpea1 within 30 dayS ofthe effective dall".! of this Order with
the:

Liquor Control Commission


77 South High Street, 18th Floor
Columbus, Ohio 4321~565

Thenoticeof appeal shouldcontain a statement af yourreasons fur appeal. Pleias attacha copy of
this Order with your appeal

If a notice of appeal is not :filed with the Commission within 30 days of the e :1't>Ctive date of this
Order, me Order will become final

The Division of LiquOr Control expressly reserves the right to reject this tr3n J.::rapplica1ion fat
grounds not sllIted in this Order.

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ColumbusN,ghtliie,Inc.

cc; (certified & 1st class mail to:)


TracyDoss
1624Waterstone Court
Columbus, DH 43235

(certified & 1st clus mail to:)


John Hemj Jones
713 Woodmark RWl
Gahanna, DB: 43230

James J. Andrioff
Aucmey at Law
42 EaSfGay Street, SUite 1500
Columbus, DH 43215

Michael Casey
555 Melro Place North, Suite 659
Dublin,OB: 43011

Mitchell Brown, Safety Director


50 West Gay Street
Columbus,OH 43215 .

Chief ofPolice
Columbus Police Department
ATTN.: VICE SECTION
120 Marconi Boulevard
Columbus, OR 43215

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PERMI T NUMBER - 1924998-0005 DANNYS EMERALD FOX ::t; ,C
COUNTY - 25 FRANKLIN CORPORATION DBA ALLURE GENTLEMAl , :; CLUB
TAxI NG DI STRI CT - 044 COLUMBUS 340 GREENLAWN AV & }'Z ,TIO
NO ACTIVE VIOLATIONS - F6 TO DISPLAY COLUMBUS OHIO 4322: 1
SUN SALE INFO BEER
PROBLEM CODE
PROBLEM DATE
LAST I NSPECTION 11/13/08
HOLDER BAR CODE
OUTLET NUMBER 754 AC ;ENCY NUMBER
RESTRICTI ON
C102 TODAY 12/02/09 'rIME 09:17 :25
CLASS D5 D6
TYPE OF APPLICAT I ON REN NEW
APPL I CATION DATE 01/15/08 12/03/99
FIL ING STATUS TIMELY TIMELY
RECEI PT NUMBER Y020819 V055028
PEE AMOUNT $2344.00 $ .00
APPLICAT ION PENDING DATE 12/13/99
RENEWAL PENDI NG STATUS NO NO
SI TE LOCATI ON VOTE
ORI GINAL I SSUE DATE 01/25/01
SOURCE OF ORIGI NAL I SSUE TRF-QTA
CURRENT I SSUE DATE 02/01/08
MAIL I NG DATE
TYPE OF I SSUE REN
STATUS OF FEE AMOUNT DISTRIB REFUND
RBFUND AMOUNT $ 250.00
PENALTY RECEIPT NUMBER
BUYER 64272B
SELLER 50545:0
PROCESS FEE STATUS
TYPE OF NO I SSUE TRFO CREW
ISSUED STATUS NO NO
CANCELLATION DATE 12/17/08 03/20/00
QUOTA EXEMPT STATUS
DISPLAY ANOTHER PERMIT BOLDER // ENTER PERMIT HER / TRACK- I D / BIT ENTER KEY
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DANNYs EMERALD FOX INC
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COLUMBUS OHIO 43223

F .T .I .NUMBER 31-1675253
STATUS (ACT I VE OR INACTI VE) lNACTI\7E
SHARE S OUTSTANDING 850 .00
ACT IVE DATE 01/25/01
IK~C T IVE DATE 12/19/08
EXCEPTI ON CODE TEXT
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1924998- 0005 DBA ALLURE GENTLEMANS CLUB
340 GREENLAWN AV Ii PAT IO
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DATE DATE DATE CODE
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09- 19- 08 09-19 -08 L227 CASE TERMINATED DM
*10 01-04- 08 01-04 -08 01- 04-0 8 L813 WATCH CARD
01-0 4- 08 01-0 4- 08 LOC5 RENEWAL OBJECTION SCfU DI]LE HEARI NG
02- 25- 08 03- 27- 08 L259 DOLC HEARING SCHEDULEI 0327 08
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03-13 - 08 03-13 - 08 L249 HEARING CONTINUED
04- 09- 08 05- 12- 08 L259 DOLC HEARING SCHEDULEr J 51208
TO BE HELD AT 252 20 EY J PB
07-2 5-08 07- 25-08 L242 LEGISLATIVE OBJ ECTION I~~ TH DRAWN
07- 25- 08 07- 25- 08 L227 CASE TERM I NATED SAT
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02- 11- 08 02- 04- 08 L320 APPEAL TO LCC
02- 11-0 8 02-0 4- 08 L418 DOCKET CASE 70E:T,i.08
02- 11- 08 02-04 -0 8 L312 t ee I SSUES STAY ORDER II. '; OF 020508
04- 07- 08 05- 07- 08 L418 DOCKET 5929 CASE 70E i:,:,08
05- 28- 08 05- 23- 08 L283 PROVI SI ONAL REINSTATE!" b::r! BY LCC
*08 04- 12-0 7 04-1 2-0 7 04-12 - 07 LOCG BAD CHEC:K PENDING - BE :'; ~:. s WI NE
04- 12-07 04-12-0 7 L2M BAD CHECK# 00139 3 BAD :;:':ECK DATE 0306 07
01-23- 08 01-23- 08 L227 CASE TERMINATED BP
*07 03-0 7-0 7 03- 07-0 7 03- 07-0 7 LOEZ LAW WATCH
03- 07-0 7 03- 07- 07 LOEX NUI SANCE ACT ION FI LED
12-1 6- 08 12-1 6- 08 L227 CASE TERMINATED CLH
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Columbus Dispatch (Ohio)

December 19, 1999, Sunday

POLICING THE POLICE DIVISION RESPONDS INCONSISTENTLY TO MULTIPLE COMPLAINTS


AGAINST OFFICERS

BYLINE: Mark Ferenchik and Jodi Nirode, Dispatch Staff Reporters

SECTION: NEWS, Pg. 8A

LENGTH: 1588 words

If federal prosecutors went looking for problem officers in the Columbus Di-
vision of Police, they spotted some names time and again in complaints from
citizens.
Eleven officers were the subject of five or more citizen complaints between
1992 and 1996. But the Department of Justice's case alleging a pattern of abuses
likely will be built on more than just that group.
In fact, 318 officers had at least one citizen complaint during that period,
and 107 officers had two or more complaints, according to a Dispatch analysis of
cases known to have been reviewed by the Justice Department.
The federal government's suit is based on "a pattern and practice of subject-
ing individuals to excessive force, false arrests and charges, and improper
searches and seizures."
The suit also charges that the city of Columbus has tolerated the misconduct
of individual officers.
Justice Department officials won't comment on what exactly led them to those
conclusions.
Citing the lawsuit, Capital City Lodge No. 9 of the Fraternal Order of Police
told officers not to comment.
But Bill Capretta, president of the union representing more than 1,700 Colum-
bus officers, said a high number of complaints doesn't necessarily indicate a
bad apple. In fact, officers who fail to receive a complaint once in a while
probably aren't going all-out to fight crime.
"Some officers are more aggressive, out doing what we all hope they're doing:
trying to be crime-prevention agents," Capretta said.
One of the officers with a high number of complaints, Richard A. Hilsheimer
II, last week received an officer of the year award from a South Side community
group.
Police divisions are no different from other agencies and businesses, Ca-
pretta said. "Every profession has bad apples -- guys who don't care."
A 1998 national study found that problem officers "tend to be a small minor-
ity who taint entire police departments but are protected, routinely, by the si-
lence of their fellow officers and by flawed systems of reporting."
Human Rights Watch, a worldwide nonprofit organization investigating human-
rights abuses, published a report last year on police brutality and accountabil-
ity in the United States after studying 14 cities. Columbus was not examined.
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AGAINST OFFICERS Columbus Dispatch (Ohio) December 19, 1999, Sunday

"Those who claim that each high-profile case of abuse by a 'rogue' officer is
an aberration are missing the point: Problem officers frequently persist because
the accountability systems are so seriously flawed," the report said.
Officer in trouble
Police knew they had a problem officer in Michael S. Armentrout, who resigned
in March 1996 after less than three years on the job. In that time, nine citi-
zens filed complaints about his conduct in the incidents reviewed by The Dis-
patch.
Armentrout now works as an embalmer in northwestern Ohio.
After reviewing an internal investigation report on Armentrout, acting Deputy
Chief Larry Rod wrote in June 1996 that the officer exhibited a "distinct pat-
tern of rudeness and poor decision-making" and consistently displayed a poor at-
titude while being counseled.
Yet police sustained only one complaint against Armentrout -- for rudeness.
Police also found that he violated policies and procedures in two other inci-
dents -- one for transporting a felon alone, the other for filing a disorderly-
conduct charge against a woman when obstruction was more appropriate.
He was never suspended.
Among the accusations leveled at Armentrout:
* After responding to a call at Motel One on E. Main Street in April 1994,
Armentrout made inappropriate remarks about homosexuals, witnesses said. When
ordering one man off the property, Armentrout also asked three men, "Who's doing
what to who?" Police supervisors did not sustain the complaint.
* In a well-publicized case, the city paid North Side residents Carl and Edna
Gray $ 33,750 to settle a lawsuit over a December 1995 incident involving Armen-
trout. The officer stopped the couple's van while responding to a call about
loitering youths. Mrs. Gray became involved in an argument with Armentrout, who
arrested her and charged her with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest --
charges that later were dropped.
Armentrout did not return several phone calls to his home seeking comment
about his history with the Police Division.
Highest complaint tally
The officer with the most citizen complaints in the cases analyzed by The
Dispatch was Donald Hoar, a 10-year veteran of the division.
Ten formal complaints were filed against Hoar, according to the Dispatch
analysis. The division upheld two of them.
Laniqua Felder vividly remembers one of those incidents.
In July 1996, Hoar and Officer Carl Booth forced their way into Felder's
apartment on Mount Vernon Avenue looking for her brother, who police said had
threatened someone. She had denied them entry after they tried to talk their way
in for 30 to 45 minutes, she said. They had no warrant.
Hoar and Booth held her for about 15 minutes, threatening to take her to
jail, according to the complaint Felder filed with police. Booth said, "No one
leaves or enters your home."
They then apologized and left.
After she filed her complaint, the officers received written reprimands for
entering her home even though she repeatedly denied permission.
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AGAINST OFFICERS Columbus Dispatch (Ohio) December 19, 1999, Sunday

They also received written reprimands for violating division rules on ar-
rests, searches and seizures, with the report indicating a concern that the of-
ficers may have violated Felder's constitutional rights against unreasonable
search and seizure.
As it turned out, her brother, Derron Felder, was hiding in a closet, Felder
said. He was later arrested and convicted of aggravated robbery; he was charged
with being a lookout during a robbery involving marijuana and money, in which
34-year-old Randy Amos of the East Side was killed.
But Felder said her rights, not her brother's actions, were the point.
"They should have had the proper search-and-seizure warrants."
Complexities of race
Sgt. Kevin Bayless illustrates the paradox of officers with complaints as
well as compliments.
Bayless had five complaints from 1992 to 1996. None was sustained.
In his 20 years on the force, Bayless has trained officers at the police
academy. His personnel file contains numerous compliments from citizens.
Two of the complaints filed against him came from the owner and an employee
of the former B.K. Flyers bar at 1564 N. High St., near Ohio State University.
No one address generated more complaints against police -- six arising from
five incidents between 1992 through 1996 -- than the nightspot, which attracted
a largely black clientele.
Owner Tracy Doss complained that Bayless was rude and intimidating while
closing down the bar for the night in August 1995 after several fights. Doss
complained that Bayless yelled at employees and ordered the club closed -- un-
justly, Doss said, because the fights were merely "minor disturbances."
During an internal affairs interview, Bayless, who is black, estimated that
while 90 percent of the patrons of most campus-area bars are white, about 80
percent of those who frequented B.K. Flyers were black.
Asked by an internal affairs officer whether the enforcement at B.K. Flyers
could be construed as racially motivated, Bayless said, "No."
"Some people might want to draw that conclusion because it is the only pre-
dominantly black bar in the strip, but unfortunately that's where we have our
most violent type of problems."
Bayless told the internal-review officer that the bar drew gang members on
Tuesday nights. It later lost its liquor permit and had to close permanently.
Early-warning system
The Police Division has an early-warning system that raises a red flag when
an officer receives three complaints within 12 months. Supervisors automatically
review such officers.
"It doesn't mean they're bad," Capretta said. "It's strictly a warning sys-
tem."
The flag went up in April 1992 on Officer Thomas Joyner, the subject of six
complaints in the Dispatch analysis. Joyner's supervisor reviewed the three com-
plaints filed within 12 months and determined that no pattern was developing nor
was any problem with Joyner and his "work ethics."
However, Joyner was involved in two of five citizen complaints in the OSU
area in 1992 referred by patrol supervisors to the internal affairs bureau. The
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AGAINST OFFICERS Columbus Dispatch (Ohio) December 19, 1999, Sunday

supervisors were concerned about a possible "pattern of misconduct" involving


officers mistreating citizens or prisoners.
After conducting five surveillances on officers, internal affairs reported
that it saw no misconduct by campus-area police.
Police flagged Armentrout, too. In fact, after he was exonerated for using a
woman's cellular phone during a traffic stop, police noted that Armentrout had
received an "inordinate" number of citizen complaints.
A sergeant recommended that Armentrout view the training films High Stress
Speaking and Courtesy and attend mandatory psychological evaluation sessions.
Even if poor policing becomes an issue, it should remain a local problem in-
stead of a federal one, said James E. Phillips, the attorney representing the
Columbus police union.
That philosophy drew a rebuke from John Crew, director of the Police Prac-
tices Project of the American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California. He
said the FOP's stance brings to mind the arguments made by Southern law-
enforcement agencies 40 years ago in response to concerns about treatment of
blacks.
"It's chilling to hear such rhetoric," he said.

LOAD-DATE: December 20, 1999

LANGUAGE: ENGLISH

GRAPHIC: Phot, Tim Revell / Dispatch Laniqua Felder shows how Columbus police
allegedly forced their way into her apartment without permission or a search
warrant. They were looking for her brother, who was later found and convicted on
a charge of aggravated robbery

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CITING FIGHTS, OTHER VIOLATIONS, CITY WILL TRY TO CLOSE THREE BARS Columbus
Dispatch (Ohio) December 11, 1995, Monday

Columbus Dispatch (Ohio)

December 11, 1995, Monday

CITING FIGHTS, OTHER VIOLATIONS, CITY WILL TRY TO CLOSE THREE BARS

BYLINE: Barbara Carmen<Dispatch Staff Reporter

SECTION: NEWS LOCAL & NATIONAL, Pg. 6D

LENGTH: 690 words

The way Marty Yetzer tells it, he runs a clean bar on the strip of N. High
Street where Columbus police have declared a war zone.
But police, who he says drop by 20 to 30 times a night, see it differently.
Tonight, Columbus City Council, armed with hundreds of legal citations, will
vote to block the renewal of three liquor licenses.
Two of the bars - Yetzer's Coed's Dance Hall, 1570 N. High St., and B.K. Fly-
ers, 1564 N. High St. - are near the Ohio State University campus. The third,
the Silver Fox Lounge, is at 2986 Sullivant Ave. on the West Side.
The Ohio Department of Liquor Control gets the final say when it votes on re-
newals in February. But Columbus City Attorney Ron O'Brien has appointed a spe-
cialist to argue city liquor cases and predicts the bars will be closed.
Two years ago, neighborhood groups began lobbying for the council to object
to problem liquor licenses in areas saturated with bars. Since then, City Coun-
cilman Matt Habash has instructed Columbus police to keep scrupulous records.
''We have to take aggressive action,'' said Habash, who oversees the council
safety committee.
That's what worries Yetzer, president of Coed's. He said the city never told
him it was considering objecting to his license renewal. In fact, he said, he
asked police last week if his bar was considered a nuisance and was told it was-
n't.
''This really takes me by surprise,'' he said.
Police, however, say Coed's is a problem. Charges over the past two months
include two liquor sales to minors, and a couple of fights and disorderly con-
duct charges.
B.K. Flyers, which became notorious for protests by Mayor Greg Lashutka and
animal rights groups over matches between a wrestling bear and drinking college
students, has had more serious charges, including five sales to minors and 11
disorderly conduct citations since October.
''You've got to put this in perspective,'' Yetzer said. ''We get an average
of 500 people through the door each night.''
Nightly, Yetzer said, he sends employees out to sweep trash from the entire
block. A citywide employment shortage has hurt his ability to find good help, he
says. As a result, some underage kids have managed to get in.
He said he definitely feels hounded by police, who consider drinking a top
problem in the area.
''They're sacrificing safety for enforcement, Yetzer said. ''For the amount
of volume, we hardly have any fights.''
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CITING FIGHTS, OTHER VIOLATIONS, CITY WILL TRY TO CLOSE THREE BARS Columbus
Dispatch (Ohio) December 11, 1995, Monday

The Silver Fox bar has been cited for soliciting patrons and soliciting for
prostitution, according to a police memo.
In other business tonight, the council will:
Pay $ 625,000 to settle a 1992 lawsuit by the family of Richard Williams, who
lost consciousness and died after he was hogtied in the Franklin County Jail.
Franklin County will pay the rest of the $ 2.5 million settlement.
Hire engineers to design a street lighting system for German Village. Ralph
and Curl Engineers was the low bidder. City Utilities Director James Joyce said
most residents want the lights, which currently are on only High Street and
Livingston Avenue.
Joyce said residents will likely have to pay if they want special decorative
lighting.
Extend a contract through March with the Riverfront Commons Corp., a non-
profit group charged with shepharding development of parks, businesses and hous-
ing along the Downtown waterway. The group, which has yet to spend its full 1995
budget, would get no additional money with the extension.
Consider a controversial zoning that would permit one- and two-bedroom apart-
ments on 10 acres at 6099 Godown Rd. The area is close to Don Scott Field,
prompting objections by both the city Development Commission and city officials.
Applicant Triangle Real Estate Services will argue its case for seven build-
ings with no more than 16 units each on a landscaped site.
Vote to renew six leases with farmers and tenants who rent city property
bought for use as water treatment plant sites or well fields. Much of the land
was bought years ago, city water administrator John Doutt said. Rather than let
the property sit unused, the city receives thousands of dollars in rent each
year.

LOAD-DATE: December 12, 1995

LANGUAGE: ENGLISH

Copyright 1995 The Columbus Dispatch


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Columbus Dispatch (Ohio)

January 12, 1995, Thursday

CITY AGAIN TACKLES LAW TO END WRESTLING BEAR ACT

BYLINE: Barbara Carmen, Dispatch City Hall Reporter

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Columbus city leaders again are trying to ban such animal acts as diving
mules, boxing kangaroos and wrestling bears.
A public hearing on an ordinance that would amend the city's animal cruelty
law to spell out forbidden animal acts is slated for 5 p.m. next Thursday.
A council vote on the matter is scheduled for Jan. 23.
On one side are animal-rights activists. On the other are some animal owners
who brand the government involvement as unnecessary, politically motivated and
destined to be struck down in court.
''I've watched these acts. It's exploitation. It's insane,'' said Bill Long,
deputy director of government affairs for the Humane Society of the United
States. ''It's degrading and disgusting.''
But Polly Ward, an officer with the Ohio Association of Animal Owners, said
numerous opponents plan to pack the hearing.
''Two groups will be economically hurt if this goes through,'' Ward said.
''One is the animal act, which would be shut down. The other is Columbus City
Council, which will have to pay an attorney. This law will be challenged in
court, and it will be struck down.''
The stronger law has been in the works since November 1993, when Long asked
Columbus Mayor Greg Lashutka to stop the performances of Ceasar the Wrestling
Bear at an Ohio State University-area bar.
Each night, hundreds paid a $ 3 cover charge to watch the bear wrestle chal-
lengers who paid $ 10 for the chance to win $ 1,000 from Ceasar's owners - World
Animal Studios of Columbia Station, Ohio - if they were strong enough to pin the
bear.
Lashutka asked the city health commissioner to find a law to end the bear
act, but it was legal.
Since then, the 12-year-old bear, which stands 7 feet, 6 inches and weighs
about 900 pounds, has returned to town periodically.
Banning such acts is a health, safety and welfare issue, Lashutka said.
''I think we have an abundance of entertainment in our city, and I don't
think demeaning wildlife for someone's amusement, particularly in a bar, makes a
lot of sense,'' he said. ''It's a matter of respect for the animal and a recog-
nition that'' someone could be injured.
An amendment to tighten the city's cruelty-to-animals law was to come to the
council a year ago, but it was reworked.
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''It's just taken time,'' Long said. ''That's not unusual with this type of
legislation. Officials have other things to work on.''
According to a council background sheet, the amendment ''prevents the display
of animals such as diving equine, wrestling bears, boxing kangaroos or any other
animal act where wild, exotic or nondomestic animals would come into contact
with any person other than the animal trainer or handler.''
Zoos, horse shows, circuses and the like are exempt.
But Ward said the proposed law still exceeds the city's powers.
''City council already has statutes to guard against public endangerment.
This is nothing more than an animal-rights issue. It is just totally unneces-
sary,'' Ward said.
Ritchie Laymon, spokeswoman for Protect Our Earth's Treasures, said the law
would protect the public.
''These (promoters) target the campus bars where young people hang out.
They're looking for men who wear their testosterone on their sleeves,'' Laymon
said. ''One student told me the bear rolled over on him and he couldn't breathe.
He had a serious moment of panic, and people were laughing.''

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January 22, 1994, Saturday

BEAR WRESTLING WILL BE THING OF PAST IF CITY CODE IS REVISED

BYLINE: Brent LaLonde; Dispatch Staff Reporter

SECTION: NEWS LOCAL & NATIONAL; Pg. 4B

LENGTH: 458 words

Over the years, novelty animal acts such as Ceasar the Wrestling Bear have
come to Columbus over the objections of city officials and animal-rights activ-
ists.
With no laws on the books to prevent such exhibitions, about the only thing
officials could do was grin and bear it.
That could change if a new animal-cruelty law is enacted by Columbus City
Council. The change is in a proposed revision of the city code's animal section.
The revised section - written by Dr. William Gesel, city veterinarian, and
OK'd by Health Commissioner William C. Myers - would prohibit ''diving equine,
wrestling bears, boxing kangaroos or other similar novelty acts'' from perform-
ing in Columbus.
It also calls for stiffer penalties for those who abuse animals and would
create an Animal Review Board to hear cases of animal attacks and rule on vi-
cious or dangerous animals.
The revision in the code was given to City Council this month, and it may be
introduced as an ordinance in February, said council spokesman Clyde Huffman.
The council may have a public hearing on the proposal.
''We are very much in favor of it,'' said Gerri Bain, executive director of
the Capital Area Humane Society.
''A lot of the exotic animals who have come, like Ceasar the Wrestling Bear,
have been concerns for the Humane Society for many years. This ordinance will
tighten all of that up.''
Ceasar, an 11-year-old bear standing 7 feet 6 inches tall and weighing 700
pounds, was featured at a bar near Ohio State University last fall. Hundreds
paid a $3 cover charge to watch the bear wrestle several patrons at $10 a match.
Owner Sam Mazzola of Columbia Station, Ohio, offered $1,000 to anyone who could
pin Ceasar.
Owners of B.K. Flyers Nite Club, 1594 N. High St., canceled the shows one
week after Mayor Greg Lashutka asked Myers to find a way to stop the act.
Gesel said he has been working on a revised animal-cruelty law for about a
year. It is the first major renovation of the animal code in at least 30 years.
''Ceasar was one of the reasons that prompted this,'' Gesel said.
But the proposal goes deeper than that. ''Some of the things that were proper
in the 1960s aren't proper anymore,'' he said. ''The entire code was due for an
overhaul.''
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The code revision, which classifies cruelty to animals as a first-degree mis-


demeanor, would help the Health Department, Gesel said.
''It will help us get results. We don't want to prosecute anybody, but we do
want results. This will act as a deterrent.''
The Ohio Association of Animal Owners, based in Delphos, Ohio, thinks the re-
vision in the code is too strict, said spokeswoman Polly Ward.
''It bothers me when they try to shut down a business because they don't like
it,'' she said.

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November 23, 1993, Tuesday

U.S. PUBLIC EDUCATION;


IS A FAILED MONOPOLY

SECTION: EDITORIAL & COMMENT; Pg. 8A; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

LENGTH: 436 words

I'm frustrated and depressed. That's why I'm writing. Today, at the market, I
requested cheese to be sliced a quarter-inch thick. The young man asked me to
show him, because he didn't know what a quarter of an inch represented.
Yesterday, at the lumberyard, I requested a 2-by-6-inch board 72 inches long.
The young man had to ask me how many feet that was, because he didn't have the
slightest idea.
Some of us are sick and tired of reading in the newspaper about another study
on why our educational system doesn't educate. Why isn't something done about
it?
Current school policies remove all incentives for achievement, and to suggest
giving diplomas to those who flunk is a good example of the direction our
schools are taking us. Let's get rid of the people responsible for this. Let's
take our schools back. Problems are best solved at the local level, with indi-
vidual initiative.
It's time to give parents some real choice. What we have in the case of Amer-
ica's public school system is a failed monopoly. We need to break it up and fos-
ter competition.
The voucher system is an idea whose time has come. We've had 30 years of de-
cline. Enough is enough.
Dale S. Poundstone
Worthington
Mayor's ruling on bear
humane, compassionate
I read with interest and great pride the comments of Columbus Mayor Greg
Lashutka regarding the recent wrestling-bear controversy near Ohio State Univer-
sity (Dispatch, Nov. 13).
It isn't often a politician will insert himself into the middle of a seem-
ingly insignificant and (in the minds of some people) no-win political issue.
Perhaps the kind of selfless act Lashutka demonstrated is so often avoided by
modern politicians, because they have lost sight of a vision for compassionate
leadership, a vision that is so needed in today's fractured society.
There are those people, such as campus bar owner Tracy Doss, who will ask
whether the mayor doesn't have more important matters to attend. Most assuredly,
there are more prominent issues crossing the desks of leaders such as Lashutka
every minute of each day. But when political leaders choose to ignore questions
of humane needs and, instead, seek out avenues of political expediency, then, I
fear we have all begun to lose our way.
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In my years lobbying in Ohio and in Washington, I can honestly say I have


never been more proud of an Ohio elected official (not to mention a friend) than
I was of Lashutka's recent commitment to remove from our city the kind of de-
grading display that many of us have recently been forced to witness near a
great university.
William E. Long
Columbus

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November 16, 1993, Tuesday

BAR STOPS SHOW AFTER COMPLAINTS;


WRESTLING BEAR

SECTION: NEWS LOCAL & NATIONAL; Pg. 2C

LENGTH: 317 words

Ceasar the Wrestling Bear apparently is down for the count.


Following complaints, the owner of the bar where the bear was appearing has
closed the act.
''I didn't know I was offending so many people, including the mayor,'' Robert
Packey, co-owner of B.K. Flyers Nite Club, 1594 N. High St., said last night.
''If I would have personally gotten a call from the mayor's office several weeks
ago, I would have stopped it then.''
An attorney for the bar, James J. Andrioff, notified Lashutka yesterday in a
letter that the bar will ''cease and desist the promotion effective immedi-
ately.''
Lashutka isn't celebrating a win yet. He said he's heard conflicting reports
and is unsure whether the bear will stop wrestling or whether the owners are
simply moving him to another bar.
''I'll reserve judgment until I get clarification,'' Lashutka said. ''If they
are doing this willingly, it will certainly meet the applause of some people in
Columbus.''
Last night Packey said Ceasar would no longer be performing in his Columbus
bars. He said Ceasar's scheduled performance tonight at another bar he co-owns,
Armadillo's at 3990 Sullivant Ave., has been canceled.
''I had three more weeks on the contract (with bear owner Sam Mazzola) and I
know he's upset,'' Packey said.
Last week, Lashutka asked City Health Commissioner William C. Myers to find a
way to stop the campus bar act after citizens complained of cruelty.
to Environmental Court to declare the act a nuisance.
The 11-year-old bear stands 7 feet, 6 inches and weighs 900 pounds. He per-
formed every Thursday on the bar's patio.
Each night, hundreds paid the $3 cover charge to watch the bear. Ceasar, who
has his teeth and claws and was not muzzled, took on all challengers for $10
each.
His owners, World Animal Studios in Columbia Station, Ohio, paid anyone
strong enough to pin the bear $1,000. Three people won.

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November 13, 1993, Saturday

MAYOR WANTS TO NOOSE WRESTLING BEAR

BYLINE: Barbara Carmen; Dispatch City Hall Reporter

SECTION: NEWS LOCAL & NATIONAL; Pg. 4C

LENGTH: 368 words

Mayor Greg Lashutka wants Ceasar the Wrestling Bear down for the count.
Lashutka asked Health Commissioner William C. Myers to find a way to halt the
campus bar act after citizens phoned complaining of cruelty.
''We've received telephone calls from people concerned over the treatment of
the animal and the safety of individuals wrestling the animal,'' the mayor's
spokeswoman, Terri Farel, said yesterday.
''The mayor doesn't feel it's an appropriate sport for bars. He's asked the
commissioner to look into the situation and find out if they have the appropri-
ate permits and to see what might be done to put an end to it.''
The city is even considering asking the environmental court to declare the
act a nuisance.
Myers could not be reached for comment, but the manager of the bar where
Ceasar performs said he's ''disappointed'' in the city's action.
''It's a sad day when kettr, saying they owed money that they do not owe.
''We have paid faithfully, and we have all our receipts,'' she said.
Burba says that is not the only mistake the agency has made. A man in his 60s
showed her a letter saying he owed $36,000 - and his children are in their 30s
and 40s.
''I have talked with hundreds of people who have gotten similar letters say-
ing they owe money that they do not owe,'' she said.
''You don't get any notice until there is a court hearing or you get a
threatening letter from the IRS, and this is a difficult problem to clear up,''
she said. In 1988, another Ohio county enforcement agency made a similar mis-
take, and it took Burba two years to get the lien removed and receive a refund.
Orlando said child support agencies are required by federal and state laws to
notify the IRS if an account is past due by $500. He said that when the IRS re-
cently sent out 4,000 letters to Fairfield County residents, the agency expected
a 5 percent to 10 percent error.
Changes in custody, direct payments between parents and inaccurate account
balances are some of the reasons for mistakes, he said.
Orlando said his administration is implementing a new system to monitor ac-
counts that would help eliminate mistakes.
For more information, contact Burba at 614-687-1006.

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