Thursday, October 16, 2014

"This is a black eye for us."

Milford Daily News reports on the liquor license suspensions:
Town Council on Wednesday handed down liquor license suspensions to two New England restaurant chains that served alcohol to teenagers working undercover with the police department. 
The British Beer Company and the 99 Restaurant & Pub — chains that combined have more than 100 locations across New England — failed the police department’s annual compliance check last month. 
For the past few years, Franklin police have received a state grant that provides money for underage drinking enforcement, including the checks that run similar to drug stings. During a typical check of a business, the teens attempt to purchase an alcoholic beverage using their real Massachusetts driver’s licenses.

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While the Milford Daily News reports on the license suspensions, you can find out all about the remainder of the almost 2 hour meeting here

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