Three St. Louis County liquor license holders have agreed to serve one-day suspensions Sept. 30 following alleged violations of sales to minors.
The violations and penalty recommendations appeared on the St. Louis County Board's consent agenda in advance of Tuesday's scheduled meeting in Ely.
The businesses have agreed to accept the proposed suspensions once approved by the County Board.
Kabetogama Outdoors, in Kabetogama; Bil-Mar's Supper Club, in Hibbing; and The Landing, in Cook, agreed to the suspensions during the county's liquor licensing committee meeting earlier this month.
All three establishments agreed to stay a $1,000 civil penalty and nine additional days of suspension for one year on the condition that the licensees have "no same or similar violations." A new violation within the year would result in the imposition of the stayed conditions, county documents show.
The alleged violations took place at Kabetogama Outdoors on July 1, The Landing on Aug. 13 and Bil-Mar's on Aug. 14.