Madison County commissioners talked at length Friday about the county’s beer and wine license issuance guidelines, but the group came to no firm conclusions.
The talk followed recent debate over the issuance of a license to Kwik Chek in Hull, where BOC members questioned the validity of a new owner’s actual ownership of the store. Commissioner Stanley Thomas was outspoken in noting faulty paperwork in the new owner’s application that led him to believe that the new owner was actually working on behalf of the previous owner, who faced legal troubles in the county.
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