County commission denies Highland Par...

County commission denies Highland Park malt beverage license

There are 4 comments on the Cedartown Standard Plus story from Feb 16, 2011, titled County commission denies Highland Park malt beverage license. In it, Cedartown Standard Plus reports that:

Debra Richardson and Elaine Boring sign register prior to addressing the Polk County Board of Commissioners slideshow The Polk County Board of Commissioners has voted to deny Paul Wright's application for a malt beverage business license for Highland Park, 150 Culp Lake Road, Cedartown.

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Factoid

Cedartown, GA

#1 Feb 16, 2011
If this guy meets the requirements for a license, how can they deny him. I can have a drink with my meal at Petros and El Nopal, but I can't at Highland Park because some self-rightous women want to impose their moral beliefs on the rest of us denying us our right to engage in a legal and lawful activity. Shame on the three gutless commissioners.
Anonymous

Cedartown, GA

#2 Feb 17, 2011
You are exactly right.

Pretty Boy Reynolds is a laugh within himself, Hartley has no guts at all and Ricky Clark always votes against beverage permit, he should led off the board with a bull whip.

The board is supposed to vote law not self beliefs.

Bet 2 dollars to a do-nut that they think they are MR. Right,

You should just watch them operate, it is a big joke and us and our county suffers for their stupidity
lol

Rockmart, GA

#3 Feb 18, 2011
i would tell paul to be happy with what hes got.if you dont like it get out..if i was comm. i would send the code man down there.. said he would do what ever he wants..we could get us some tax money..in he will it to your back
Factoid

Cedartown, GA

#4 Feb 18, 2011
lol wrote:
i would tell paul to be happy with what hes got.if you dont like it get out..if i was comm. i would send the code man down there.. said he would do what ever he wants..we could get us some tax money..in he will it to your back
So when someone is unfairly denied something they have worked for and met all the requirements, they should be happy about it and if they are not happy then they should get out. Are people supposed to be 'happy with what they've got' when their rights to operate a business within the law have been trampled by gutless commissioners.

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