Tiki Barge's neighbors want bar's liquor license revoked to "promote the peace and safety of the community"
Some 14 neighbors of the Tiki Barge want its liquor license revoked.
They've asked the Baltimore Liquor Board for a hearing to discuss the floating barge, which opened last Memorial Day and includes a swimming pool and two tiki bars.
The official item on the docket, which hasn't been released yet, says the neighbors want the bar's license revoked for "false statements made by the licensee in his 2010 renewal application" and also to "promote the peace and safety of the community."
The hearing has been scheduled for March 3 at 3 p.m. The City that Breeds posted an item about it earlier today.
The Tiki Barge, in anticipation of the hearing, is going on the offensive.
They've asked fans - via a Facebook group, natch - to e-mail liquor board commissioners pledging their support.
And they've also asked fans to sign an online petition in support of the venue. So far 249 have signed it. It remains to be seen how many actually turn up for the hearing.Will have more on the Tiki Bar's saga on the day of the hearing.