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October 6, 2012

Public hearing regarding liquor stores in Live Oak set for Monday

Live Oak — A public hearing will take place Monday at 5:30 p.m. Live Oak City Hall by the board of adjusters to consider the requests from two people to place two liquor (retail) package stores in the city.

The first petition requested was filed by Chetan Thakor who wishes to place a package store in the current AT&T building, 929 Ohio Avenue.

The second petition filed by Rabhuji, or Kamlabahen Thakor, seeks to place a liquor store at the former location of Brannon’s Meat Market, 636 Ohio Ave.  

At the meeting, the board will hear recommendations, objections and comments concerning these matters.

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