Algonquin business gets 3rd liquor strike
ALGONQUIN – A store with a recent history of liquor license mistakes has had its third violation. Algonquin Food & Liquor, 1117 S. Main St., was back in front of the village’s Liquor Control Commission less than three months after its last appearance. It was one of three businesses in front of the commission Tuesday.
In July, one of the store’s owners, Jagdish Parikh, sold alcohol to minors during a police liquor license compliance check, said Police Chief Russell Laine.
The store was fined $5,000 and had its license suspended for 15 days. The suspension will begin Oct. 1. In June, Algonquin Food & Liquor was fined $3,000 for selling alcohol to a minor in May. It also had its license suspended for four days, from July 9 to 12, for its second offense. Its first offense was in 2007. Trustee Jerry Glogowski said he wanted a $6,000 fine and a 20-day suspension in the latest case.
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