No Takers for Jackson's $375,000 Liquor License

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JACKSON-Jackson Township’s plan to sell liquor licenses to generate additional revenue fell flat after there were no interested bidders on a new liquor license approved earlier this year.

The township hoped to raise at least $375,000 in revenue with the sale of an additional plenary retail distribution license, a hot commodity in most surrounding towns, but had a frigid reception here.

Township Clerk Ann Marie Eden removed the discussion of the license from June 13th’s meeting agenda.

“There’s no reason to discuss it,” Eden said. “We did not get a pre-qualification, it’s unfortunately not happening.”

 

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