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Tully’s Liquor License Hearing Not Over Yet

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Tully’s Liquor License Hearing Not Over Yet

The Northampton License Commission has failed to reach a conclusion about the future of two downtown nightclubs.  After three hours of testimony Wednesday, a liquor license hearing against Tully O’Reilly’s and the Elevens was continued until September 4th.  The hearing was scheduled in response to a June 16th incident where seven people were arrested for fighting.  Police Chief Russell Sienkiewicz says Tully’s is incapable of controlling its clientele, placing a strain on public safety resources.

(photo courtesy of Daily Hampshire Gazette)

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