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MAP: Benton County liquor store approvals underway

Posted: July 16, 2013 at 1:30 p.m.
Updated: July 18, 2013 at 4:39 p.m.

The third day of hearings for liquor permits in Benton County got underway Thursday with 23 applicants on the agenda. The hopefuls represent the last of 55 applicants who were selected in a lottery drawing to receive a hearing this week.

The board has awarded 22 permits over the last two days and denied 10. The county is eligible for 55 liquor stores, based on its population. Not all 55 will be awarded this week. Those denied will have 30 days to appeal the decision before any other applicants will be considered.

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The map showing locations of approved permits will be updated as permits are approved. Click a dot for more information. Refresh the page to update the map.

Benton County Liquor permits granted

Denied

Roberty McCurry, Fine Wine & Spirits Store, 2503 S.E. J St., Bentonville

James Linstruth, Linstruth's Fine Wine and Liquors, 2501 N. Fourth St., Rogers

Patsy Simmons, Susie Q Liquor, 612 N. Second St., Rogers

Katherine Moore, Tipsy's Wine and Fine Spirits, 1705 S. 8th St., Rogers

Natalie Hasenbeck, Bella Vista Wine & Spirits, 8830 W. McNelly Road, Bentonville

Aimee Hasenbeck, Bentonville Wine & Spirits, 1720 S. Walton Blvd., Suite 6, Bentonville

Joseph S. Capko, JC's Liquor Store, 2403 N. 2nd St., Rogers

Stephen G. Baucom, Baucom's Beverage, 2501 E. Central, Bentonville

Quintin Hilburn, Beaver Liquor, 1826 N. 2nd St., Rogers

Jerry L. Brown, Bella Vista Liquor, 17333 U.S. 71, Bella Vista

Eric C. George, High Spirits, 702 S. Mount Olive St., Siloam Springs

Lidia Almarez, Rogers Liquor, 1303 Walnut St., Rogers

Patrick M. Travis, Latte Da, 808 S. 52nd St., Suite B, Rogers

James R. Hasenbeck, Bob's Liquor, 212 E. Spruce St., Rogers

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Liquor stores and convenience stores: we need one on every block, and a cop on each block to monitor the stores with breathalyzers in hand.

Posted by: Oldearkie

July 18, 2013 at 6:59 p.m. ( | suggest removal )