A year following the debut of its long-awaited casino in southern California, the Jamul Indian Village
can finally serve liquor there.
The Hollywood Casino Jamul - San Diego
secured a permanent liquor license after an administrative law judge heard from both sides of the issue. The decision came last Wednesday, The San Diego Union-Tribune reported.
“We know that serving alcohol is a serious responsibility, and one that we do not take lightly,” Chairwoman Erica Pinto said in a statement to the paper. The casino opened in October 2016.
Hollywood Casino Jamul is the closest tribal gaming facility, in terms of distance, to downtown San Diego. It had been serving liquor under an interim license while protests were heard, according to the California
Department of Alcohol Beverage Control
Read More on the Story:
Permanent liquor license granted to Hollywood Casino
(The San Diego Union-Tribune October 26, 2017)
Hollywood Casino: Outrage over liquor license
(NEWS 8 October 27, 2017)
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