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B-Man’s Tavern to face entertainment license suspension

At a public hearing on Oct. 4, the Sterling Board of Selectmen passed a motion to suspend the entertainment license of Barry White, the owner of B-Man’s Tavern. The board was in favor of the motion after discussing noise complaints received during a recent fundraiser event at the tavern on Route 140.

According to Sterling Police Department Officers Steven Mucci and Sergeant Craig Pomeroy, on Sept. 10 the department received a call complaining about loud noise coming from the bar at approximately 8:09 p.m., they told the board. When Mucci and Craig arrived on the scene a short while later, the back door was propped open and there was loud music playing. Mucci and Craig said White spoke with the officers and immediately stopped the music.

While there have been many similar calls regarding B-Man’s and its loud music in the past, this specific call was of concern because it broke the previously agreed upon stipulations for White’s entertainment license, which specified that music was to stop at 8 p.m. sharp on Sundays.

“Yes, we lost track of time,” admitted White, “Things were going well for the man we were raising money for. It’s a shame…”

The board agreed unanimously that there was a clear violation of the agreed upon stipulations.

Board member Richard Lane – who arrived at the bar the night of the violation after receiving

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