Mansion at Glen Cove Pays $50K Fine, Gets Liquor License Reinstated

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The Mansion at Glen Cove

The Mansion at Glen Cove has regained its liquor license after paying a $50,000 fine and agreeing to terms settled with the New York State Liquor Authority on July 28, the agency confirmed.

The hotel and wedding venue had its liquor license suspended on July 13 after the venue allowed a promoter to host a large pool party at the hotel on July 10 that led to three people being shot. It has now agreed to report all planned events to the local police department on a monthly basis and play only recorded music – no DJs – at its pool area.

“Nightlife or club-promoted pool parties are no longer welcome at the Mansion at Glen Cove,” said Lauren Conlin, a spokesperson for the hotel, during a news conference announcing the reinstatement of its liquor license.

The terms were settled at a NYSLA board meeting between the board and property owner Wei Wang and his attorneys on July 22. Attorneys for the Mansion at Glen Cove, Rob Litt and Michael Finkelstein, added that the venue would be more cognizant of neighbors’ concerns in the Village of Glen Cove.

The Glen Cove Mansion had been charged with 10 violations of the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law, including availing their license to an unapproved promoter, disorderly premise, failure to conform to the application by operating as a nightclub, and failure to obtain local permits for an outdoor event with amplified music. The venue reportedly held two events without alcohol during the time its license was revoked.