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Liquor license transferred

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Selectmen have approved the transfer of a liquor license from 40-year Route 1 Liquor Mart owner James Civilinski to his sons. The changes become official after the state Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission approves the request, officials said. Civilinski’s sons, Derek and Marc, will each handle a half share of the business, and serve as directors. Each of the sons has worked in the family business for close to two decades. Selectmen thanked Civilinski for working responsibly over the years and cooperating with the Police Department. Members of the five-member board also complimented the longtime business owner’s excellent reputation.

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