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Council gives warning for liquor-law violations

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The Town Council gave a written warning last Monday to C&J Cuisine for alleged liquor law violations. The restaurant has had liquor license hearings with the council on three separate occasions in the last three years for selling alcohol after established legal hours, according to violation notices from the Randolph Police Department. Councilor Jason Adams said the restaurant, at 183 South Main St., has pledged to institute a 12:30 a.m. last call and have all patrons out by 1 a.m.

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