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Four liquor sellers fail ID checks

Thu., June 18, 2009

Four Spokane County businesses were cited earlier this month for failing liquor compliance checks conducted by the Washington State Liquor Control Board, according to a press release from the WSLCB.

The businesses sold alcohol to investigative aides working with police and liquor enforcement officers. Fourteen businesses were checked.

The WSLCB conducts regular compliance checks of businesses licensed to sell alcohol, including restaurants, grocery stores, state and contract liquor stores, neighborhood markets, taverns, wine bars and sports facilities.

Spokane County businesses that were cited for selling alcohol to a minor were: Zip Trip, 15504 E. Fourth Ave.; Bennidito’s Pizza, 1426 S. Lincoln St.; Picabu Bistro, 901 W. 14th Ave.; and Hai’s Mini Mart, 1020 S. Perry St.

Spokane County businesses checked for their service and sales of alcohol to minors that were in compliance were: KOA, 3025 N. Barker Road, Otis Orchards; Rosauers, 907 W. 14th Ave.; HICO Market, 817 S. Perry St.; Casa De Oro, 2820 E. 29th Ave.; Studio K, 2810 E. 29th Ave.; The Cretin Hop, 1317 N. Howard St.; Eagles Pub, 414 First St., Cheney; The Basement, 315 First St., Cheney; Goofy’s, 407 First St., Cheney; and Wild Bill’s Longbar, 405 First St., Cheney.


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