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Elgin Liquor Control Commission to meet, discuss issuance of liquor license

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By Ruth de Jauregui | Feb 9, 2016


A public hearing for the Toom Toom Thai Restaurant liquor license will be held tomorrow.

The City of Elgin Liquor Control Commission will conduct a public hearing at 4:30 p.m. tomorrow, Feb. 10, in Conference Room 208 in the south wing of City Hall.

The application for a Class E-1 liquor license was submitted by Uthaiwan Toom Wiitanen, doing business as Toom Toom Thai Restaurant. The restaurant is located at 23 S. Grove Ave.

An E-1 liquor license is issued to restaurants for retail sale and consumption on the premises. In Elgin, the restaurant must be located in the CC1 or CC2 center city zoning district and east of the Fox River. The business must have a seating capacity of more than 45, and at least 50 percent of the gross revenue must be generated by serving meals. The annual fee for an E-1 liquor license is $572. The requirements for an E-1 liquor license are defined in article 1, paragraph 2.23 of the Illinois liquor control law.

The commission will hear and discuss the application for the Toom Toom Thai Restaurant, followed by comments from the public. Further actions may be taken by the commission before a liquor license is approved.

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