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Appeal denied on alcohol license

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The District Convenience store in Dedham Square will have to live without its alcohol license for now. A Norfolk County Superior Judge last Monday denied the store’s appeal of a selectmen’s decision to revoke the license, noting that an appeal was still pending with the state Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission. Justice Thomas A. Connors further wrote that the appeal was unlikely to succeed, as District Convenience owner Perry Makarios waived the right to appeal in a Jan. 31 agreement with selectmen in the event the license was revoked. Selectmen voted to revoke the license at a hearing on June 5 after Makarios was late submitting monthly reports on hours of operation, as requested in the Jan. 31 agreement.

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