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Bar-B-Que Caboose gets on-premises beer license; next meeting Monday

Posted on Friday, September 27, 2019 at 11:17 am

By David Knox

The Metro Lynchburg Moore County Beer Board convened Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 17, to hear two requests for new beer licenses.

Both were approved by a 3-0 vote of Board President Buford Jennings and members Amy R. Cashion and Mark Watkins, serving at his first meeting after replacing Tommy Brown, who resigned.

—MCN Photo by Robert Holman

Approved was an 0ff-premises only request from Terry Wayne Harris Jr., operating as Ryan’s Ridge Top Market, 1624 Shelbyville Highway, Petersburg. Harris of Moore County intends to operate a convenience/gas store there. He still has some zoning and building permits to get accomplished but is hoping for a spring opening for his business, which he has said is greatly needed in the area because there aren’t any of that nature now.

Also approved was an on- and off-premises license request from Bar-B-Que Caboose on the Historic Square.

The next beer board meeting will be Monday, Sept. 30, at 5 p.m. at the American Legion Building. Scheduled to be considered is a requests from Vicki D. Gurganious, operating Piper’s, at 20 Hiles Street on the Historic Square.

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