Jefferson City Bar Facing Suspension

8 years 7 months 2 weeks ago Wednesday, February 08 2012 Feb 8, 2012 Wednesday, February 08, 2012 6:04:00 PM CST February 08, 2012 in News
By: Heather Trumpfheller
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JEFFERSON CITY- Chick's Tap Room on Industrial Drive is facing a two week suspension of its liquor license after multiple violations. The bar is currently up and running, but the bar owner said he received a letter in the mail this morning informing him of his bar's violations.

A fight broke out at Chick's at the end of January when the three violations occurred that are causing the suspension. Among the violations- smoking in a public place, not having enough employees to control the crowd, and not contacting the police in response to the fight.

KOMU 8 spoke to the bar owner on Wednesday, and he said he hasn't decided if the bar will accept its two week suspension or appeal and schedule a court hearing. Jefferson City Liquor Control Board member Steve Schlueter said if the bar accepts the two week suspension, it will shut down completely from March 16 to the 30th.

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