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Liquor Licenses

Sweet and Asher, a partnership, has applied for a license to sell wine and beer for on-premises consumption at JC’s Sandwich Factory, 501 E. 30th.

In H. and Young Song have applied for a license to sell beer and wine by bottle or package for off-premises consumption at Songs Convenience Store, 1621 S. Ray.

Rui One Corp. has applied for a license to sell spirituous liquor, beer and wine for onpremises consumption at Clinkerdagger,510 N. Lincoln.

Southland Corp. has been approved for a license to sell beer and wine at retail in bottles, cans or original containers for off-premises consumption at 7-Eleven Store 2303-26255J, 2828 E. 30th.

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