The liquor license of the Mansion at Glen Cove was restored Thursday after the facility paid a $50,000 fine under a settlement with the State Liquor Authority following a July 10 shooting outside the hotel that left three people injured, state officials confirmed.
Hotel management must submit a list of its planned events to Glen Cove police at the start of every month and will play only recorded music — with no DJs — at its outdoor pool, according to the agreement reached last week between property owner Wei “Willy” Wang and SLA officials.
Mansion officials said they also would no longer allow party promoters to host events by the pool — like the type that preceded the shooting — and would be more cognizant of neighborhood concerns, including playing outdoor music too loud and with lyrics featuring obscenities.
"We take the concerns of the community to heart," Rob Litt, an attorney for the hotel, said during a news conference at the venue Friday. "We are a community event-oriented place and their concerns are our concerns."
Hotel spokeswoman Lauren Conlin said language has been added to event contracts that address noise concerns.
"These policies must be adhered to by all guests," she said. "Should a guest not comply with these policies, repercussions will be issued and this includes the possibility of fines or even having their event shut down. We implement these provisions in the interest of keeping our venue safe and respectful to the surrounding community."
Lt. John Nagle of the Glen Cove Police Department said law enforcement is satisfied with the resolution of the case.
"Hopefully everything works out well and we don't have a situation like the one we had back on the 10th of July," he said.
Remy Marshall, a New York City rapper who performs under the stage name Fetty Luciano, was arrested in connection with the shooting at a hip-hop themed pool party that drew as many as 200 guests.
Marshall, who reportedly opened fire as he was being escorted from the grounds, was arraigned last week on charges of attempted murder, criminal possession of a weapon and reckless endangerment. He pleaded not guilty.
SLA officials summarily suspended the hotel’s liquor license in the days after the party, citing 10 violations of state liquor law.
Michael Finkelstein, another facility attorney, said the venue hosted two events — without booze — during the period when their liquor license was suspended.
"Now that the license has been reinstated, we expect to be moving forward business as usual," Finkelstein said as Mansion staff prepared for a wedding party Friday night with alcohol.
Glen Cove Mayor Pam Panzenbeck said she's pleased that parties can continue as planned at the former Gold Coast estate.
"A lot of people have been waiting for their high school reunions and their weddings and we're just very happy that they're going to be able to continue and have their event as planned," she said. "Those people should not be punished for the actions of the Mansion owner."