The Plymouth ROC bar is again due in front of the Plymouth City Commission Liquor Review Committee after a racy advertisement for the business appeared to contradict the "family friendly atmosphere" promise to the city, according to an email by Plymouth Mayor Dan Dwyer.
The restaurant previously appeared before the committee on June 18 after several reports of violations and mismangement of the business. At the hearing, the city recommended the business keep its liquor license, provided it continues taking corrective action to avoid serving underage patrons or committing other violations.
Dwyer told the Plymouth ROC's attorney Keith Kecskes in June that by using wristbands and stamps, as promised, the business appears more as a nightclub, not the family-friendly restaurant proposed in its business plan presented to the city three years prior.
On Sept. 13, Dwyer said in an email, the city received a copy of an advertisement flyer featuring scantily clad girls wearing Michigan and Michigan State collegiate attire and advertising College Night specials.
Dwyer urged in his email for those with opinions about such a business operating in the city to come to tonight's meeting to voice their concerns.
The meeting is 6 p.m. today at Plymouth City Hall.