Liquor license transfer approved by council for new businessDec 7, 2017 By Kelli Ameling, Staff Wrier
Lander city councilors approved a liquor license transfer, giving the opportunity for a new business called Whiskey Cut.
During a public hearing Nov. 14, councilors opened the floor for anyone to speak for or against the transfer of liquor license no. 2 from Kelli LeClair, of Melody Liquors and Lounge, to Whiskey Cut. However, no one spoke against the transfer.
Mayor Del McOmie asked Lander police Chief Robert Ceclre if he was concerned over the transfer at all, in which he replied he had no problems.
During the regular portion of the meeting, councilors asked what Whiskey Cuts was going to be.
City Clerk Sarah Edlund said the business, which will be located at 592 Main St., will be a barber shop and bar.
The application in which Whiskey Cut filed, showed the location includes lot 11 and 12 in commercial district of block 14.
The council unanimously approved the transfer in a 7-0 vote.