Trenton Social will have its liquor license suspended for 100 days over the next two years because back in 2010, before Trenton Social even existed, a former nightclub at the same location was cited for more than a dozen alcohol-control violations after a series of complaints from neighbors and several fights.
A former club, a club not owned or run by Trenton Social owner T.C. Nelson.
The owner of the former club, Roland Pott, decided to close the club, which was called Tikizia. Trenton Social was opened by Nelson. Now, five years after the violations at the former club were reported, Nelson and Trenton Social are expected to do the time for the alleged Tikizia crimes.
Only in government and in a state with archaic liquor license regulations like New Jersey could logic be so twisted that officials think this punishment makes any sense whatsoever. [Read more…]