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Circle K request nixed

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Dies for lack of a second

By Rich Bauer, Managing Editor

A request from Circle K for a license that would allow gaming devices and the sale of liquor at its Vandalia store died quietly on Monday evening.
There was silence when Mayor Rick Gottman asked if there was a second on a motion by Alderman Jerry Swarm to increase the number of Class A business licenses from one to two.
Three times Gottman asked for a second on the motion, and three times, there was no response.
With that, Circle K’s request was rejected.


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