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Mansfield Council Objects To Lu Lu's Bar License Renewal

Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 12/4/2013

Mansfield City Council voted Tuesday night to file an objection to the renewal of a liquor license for a bar on the city's north end. Lu Lu's Bar and Grille at 328 Orange Street has had police called to it 35 times this year, twice for shootings. Law Director John Spon says the owner is a well-meaning person, but she's in over her head and unable to manage the bar and control her patrons. So enough is enough. The next step is for the Ohio Department of Liquor Control to hold a hearing, during which the city and owner can argue their cases. A decision on the license renewal would be made within 90 days.

   
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