NH to consider Northpoint liquor license
Special board meeting set Jan. 15, Friday morning
The North Hudson Board of Trustees has scheduled a special meeting for 8 a.m. Friday to discuss the fate of a liquor license at a defunct business in the village.
The trustees will review a complaint filed by resident Bill Radosevich against the Northpoint Bar and Grill, 501 Sixth St. N. charging the business wasn't in compliance with certain state liquor license requirements.
The business has been out of operation since Aug. 17 when some unsuspecting would-be customers arrived at the establishment to find the doors locked.
The village sent out an announcement that listed, "hearing to consider resident complaint regarding possible revocation of a Class B retail alcohol beverage license issued to Cabin NH, Inc.," as the single-item on the agenda.
Village officials said at least one individual has shown interest in applying for the license if it is revoked to establish a business at the same location.