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Homewood board offers split decision on liquor license requests

Two requests for liquor licenses came before the Homewood Board of Trustees at the Nov. 8 meeting. One request was approved and one was denied.

The successful applicant was Kim Nolen, owner of the Redbird Café, to be located at 2057 Ridge Road. The village board agreed to move forward with preparing a new liquor license classification, 7B, for the restaurant.

The license will specify that the café only offers beer and wine that is to be consumed on the premises. The Redbird Café will not have a video gaming liquor license and only 25 . . .

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