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Owera Vineyards owner Nancy Muserlian, left, appeared with her attorney John P. Sidd, at the State Liquor Authority meeting on Jan. 3 in New York City for authority's reconsideration of Owera's application for a liquor license. Responding to a question from SLA Chair Dennis Rosen, both Muserlian and Sidd said they were unaware of the four operational violations against Owera in 2013.

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Owera Vineyards attorney, owner deny knowledge of multiple operational violations

State Liquor Authority chair questions both on accuracy of statements

Owera Vineyards owner Nancy Muserlian and her attorney John P. Sidd, of the Syracuse law firm Menter, Rudin & Trivelpiece, appeared before the New York State Liquor Authority last week seeking reconsideration of the authority’s previous denial of a liquor license to the winery. During the Jan. 3 hearing in New York City, there was extended questioning by SLA Chair Dennis Rosen to Muserlian and Sidd about violations issued by local municipalities against Owera’s operating practices — violations Muserlian and Sidd said they knew nothing about.


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