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Liquor Licenses

Philip Berg III was disapproved for a license to sell beer on tap or in bottles or cans for on-premises consumption at Pizza Pipeline Express, 202 W. Second. The state Liquor Control Board’s investigation disclosed it was not advisable to approve this application because local authorities objected to a liquor license being issued at this location and the applicant was found to have a prior criminal history, a board spokesman said.

Copper Creek Cantina, Koy Hoover, Andrew and Joanna McDirmid have applied for a license to sell beer on-premises at a restaurant or dining place for Copper Creek Wraps and Smoothies, 501 W. Riverside, Suite 209.

Azars Enterprises Inc. and Karim and Viola Azar have applied for a license to serve beer by bottle or package for off-premises consumption and wines containing less than 14 percent alcohol in bottles and original packages not to be consumed where sold at Azar’s Conoco, 228 S. Thor.

The Southland Corp., Clark Matthews, John Brune, Robert Bailey and Mary Kush have applied for a license to sell beer and wine by bottle or package for off-premises consumption at 7-Eleven Store 2301-18043L, 1317 S. Grand Blvd.



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