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November 9, 2017 - At the Michigan Liquor Control Commission hearing today in Southfield, MI, the Michigan Liquor Control Commission (MLCC) ordered the revocation of the liquor license and permits held by McNichols Livernois, Inc – doing business as Crown Liquor – located at 7120 W. McNichols Rd, Detroit, MI.
Under MCL 436.1903(1), the Commission is required to hold a penalty hearing if a licensee is found liable for three violations of MCL 436.1801(2) on different occasions within a 24-month period. For McNichols Livernois, Inc., four violations occurred within eleven months, with the first violation occurring less than six months after their initial licensure date of January 15, 2016:
After reviewing the record of the violations which necessitated the penalty hearing, hearing arguments from McNichols Livernois, Inc., and reviewing the MLCC file, the Commission found that a revocation of the license was warranted.
“The Commission is required by law to hold these hearings,” said MLCC Chairman Andy Deloney. “With the testimony heard – and the exhibits presented – on the record at the hearing, the Commission felt this was necessary to protect the health, welfare, and safety of the public.”
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