EMERGENCY ORDER VIOLATIONS
Liquor licenses, permits suspended for businesses in Lansing, Lapeer for Emergency Order violations
LANSING, Mich. – Two Michigan businesses in Lansing and Lapeer have had their liquor licenses and permits suspended after they violated the state’s recent public health order meant to slow the spread of coronavirus. READ: Michigan extends COVID-19 restrictions for 12 days to gauge Thanksgiving impactThe Michigan Liquor Control Commission (MLCC) issued the emergency suspensions of the liquor licenses and permits. The Commission issued an emergency suspension order of its Class C, and Specially Designated Merchant (SDM) liquor licenses, and permits for Sunday Sales (A.M. and P.M.) Entertainment, Outdoor Service, and Catering. Any licensed establishment that is in violation of the MDHHS emergency order will be held strictly accountable and risk suspension or revocation of its license. Since September 2020, the MLCC has suspended liquor licenses of an additional 10 establishments located throughout the state for violations of the emergency and executive orders due to the pandemic.