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Bar that is suing Ware selectmen, seeks permit to allow nude dancing

WARE, Massachusetts – Selectmen have scheduled two public hearings for Nov. 12 on matters with links to Robbie’s Place, a downtown bar that has a court complaint pending against the board. One of the hearings is on a request to allow nude dancing.

At 8:30 p.m. on Nov. 12, selectmen will hear a request for an entertainment license from Goldstein Enterprises, doing business as Robbie’s Place at 80 Pulaski St.

The posted notice for the license request lists the forms of entertainment as including television, recorded and live music, a disc jockey, dancing by patrons, karaoke, theater performances, sports-related parties, and exotic dancing.

The notice reads, “The performances, which take place on the applicant’s premises, are not obscene. The performers would perform sexually expressive dance routines, both with and without clothing (nude dancing).”

The session will be preceded at 8 p.m., by a request from Robert A. Anastas, doing business as the VIP Lounge at 35 West St., for a transfer to him of the liquor license at Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2577 at the same address.

Anastas is listed in town documents as the manager at Robbie’s Place. Although the VFW chapter remains intact, its operations ceased at the West Street address last December, including the public lounge there.

At the time, Post Quartermaster Joseph A. Harnois cited operating costs and struggles to maintain active membership. He said on Oct. 23 that a sale of the property to Goldstein Enterprises was pending.

The post had an entertainment license, but let it expire, he said. Town Manager Steven C. Boudreau said there has been no request for a new entertainment permit at 35 West St.

On Sept. 2, the five selectmen voted unanimously to revoke the entertainment permit at Robbie’s Place, after Police Chief Dennis M. Healey and an undercover police officer testified about topless, nude, and lap dancing in the bar. The board previously had banned lap dancing on the premises.

Also on Sept. 2, selectmen voted 4-1 to suspend the common victualer and liquor license at Robbie’s Place from Sept. 5 through Sept. 28.

Springfield lawyer Daniel D. Kelly, representing the bar, subsequently filed a Superior Court complaint. He wrote that the bar’s constitutional rights were violated when the board took its actions on the permit and liquor license.

He wrote that the decision was not based on substantial evidence; violated rights of expression; was rendered beyond the scope of its authority; was predicated on an error in law, and was arbitrary and capricious.


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