Comptroller to Recognize Curtis Bay Liquor Store on Monday

Franchot will also attend GBC annual meeting


Comptroller Peter Franchot


Mr. Franchot will visit Harbour Liquors on Monday afternoon to present a proclamation to owner Jim Kiriazaglow and his son and managing partner, Owen. This family-owned small business is renowned for its selection of local beer, wine and spirits. In addition to their support of Maryland manufacturers, the Kiriazoglow family act as good stewards in their community by sponsoring local sports teams and helping to fund after-school activities at nearby Northeast High School in Pasadena.

Later, the Comptroller will attend the Greater Baltimore Committee's 64th annual meeting, which is one of the state's premier business events. U.S. Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein is this year's featured speaker. For more than six decades, the GBC has been a leading voice for the business community on issues relating to economic growth, job creation, workforce development, transportation and quality of life in Baltimore and the surrounding jurisdictions.


Monday, May 13, 2019


4 p.m.
Harbour Liquors, Inc.
8140 Fort Smallwood Road
Curtis Bay, MD 21226






6 p.m.
Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel
202 E. Pratt St.
Baltimore, MD 21202

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