2 Businesses Cited In Regulatory Bureau Compliance Checks

Friday, June 13, 2014

The Chattanooga Police Department Regulatory Bureau and the Hamilton County Coalition conducted compliance checks on Thursday at several establishments in the Chattanooga area. 

Out of 15 establishments checked, two sold to an under-aged buyer. The following establishments sold to the under-aged buyer and were cited to appear before the beer board next Thursday: Top of the Line, 424 E. M.L. King Blvd. and Midnight Oil-Shiv Food Mart, 631 Signal Mountain Blvd., which sold to both under-aged buyers.

The following did not sell to the under-aged buyer: Quik Stop, 1300 N. Holtzclaw Ave.; The Big K, 909 Dodson Ave.; Ziggy’s, 607 Cherokee Blvd.; Raceway, 405 Signal Mtn. Blvd.; Raceway, 2528 Broad Street; 9 Brothers, 101 W. 38th Street; Rossville Corner Mart, 3700 Rossville Blvd.; Raceway, 2720 Rossville Blvd.; RJ Market, 4004 Rossville Blvd.; Sunshine Food Mart, 4510 Rossville Blvd.; Big Daddy’s, 3901 Dodds Ave.; Kanku’s Express, 2585 E. 23rd Street; Stop and Save, 2121 E. 23rd Street.


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