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Neenah strikes deal with tavern

Chief's would close for six days in January as penalty for violations

8:03 AM, Dec. 12, 2012
Godlewski
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The liquor license for Chief's tavern, 208 Main St., would be suspended for six days in January to settle a series of complaints against the bar under a deal negotiated by City Attorney Jim Godlewski.

Police Chief Kevin Wilkinson had asked elected officials to suspend or revoke Chief's license on charges of operating after hours, refusing entry to police, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and permitting a convicted felon to participated in the management of the bar.

Under the proposed settlement, the bar's license would be suspended and the business would be closed for two consecutive ...

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