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Coralville New Pioneer Co-op faces fine for alleged alcohol sale to minor

BY BRENT GRIFFITHS | APRIL 30, 2013 5:00 AM

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A Coralville business will have to pay a $500 fine after a state agency backed a decision that it sold alcohol to a minor.

Barring an appeal, the New Pioneer Co-op, 1101 Second St., will have to pay the fine after the Iowa Alcoholic and Beverages Division affirmed a Coralville City Council resolution after a telephone hearing on Monday.

According to the report, on April 12, 2012, an employee sold a six-pack of Corona to the daughter of a Coralville police sergeant during a compliance check.

The co-op can appeal the decision within 30 days to the administrator of the Alcoholic Beverages Division.


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