Collegeville Hotel Operator Cited, April Report States

COLLEGEVILLE PA – The operator of a Collegeville area hotel is among 23 businesses across six counties cited by Pennsylvania State Police for one or more violations of state liquor laws, the District 9 office of the state Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement in Allentown reported Tuesday (May 3, 2022).

Sahaj Hospitality LLC, trading as the Residence Inn, 500 Campus Dr., was cited for failure to ensure a manager approved by the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board completed Responsible Alcohol Management Program training within 180 days of his or her appointment.

The charge will be scheduled to be brought before an administrative law judge for disposition, according to the troopers’ report.

Also cited for various offenses during April 2022 by officers working on behalf of the bureau, the report said, were two other Montgomery County businesses, in Elkins Park and Ambler; nine in Berks County, in Kenhorst, Reading (4), Shartlesville, Hamburg, Robesonia, and Kutztown; two in Bucks County, seven in Lehigh County, two in Schuylkill County, and none in Northampton County.

The office is responsible for enforcing liquor laws and their related provisions at more than 3,325 establishments licensed by the board in the six-county area, according to commander Sgt. Brian O’Connor.

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