Followup: Liquor Control Board confirms Papa’s Pub hearings next week

Two days after the owners of Papa’s Pub confirmed they have closed down – “for good,” say the signs they posted Monday on the windows of the downtown White Center establishment – the state Liquor Control Board says they have not yet requested that their liquor license be discontinued. And the LCB confirms that a two-day hearing is scheduled next week, as one co-owner had said. From Anne Radford at LCB:

Two administrative hearings are set for Monday and Tuesday for violations for Sale or Service of Alcohol to a Minor. They will be held before an administrative law judge from the Office of Administrative Hearings. The judge will review the circumstances, recommended penalty, and any mitigating or aggravating factors related to the alleged violation. After the hearing, the judge will prepare an initial order. This will be reviewed by the involved parties. Ultimately, the three-member Liquor Control Board will enter a final order, which is appealable to Superior Court. For more details, view this PDF:

It’s probably a safe bet to guess that the situation will come up at Thursday night’s North Highline Unincorporated Area Council Public Safety Forum, 7 pm at the North Highline Fire District HQ.

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