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Scioli's Appeal Hearing This Week

Scioli's Pizza Bar has filed an appeal of a town-ordered, three-week alcohol license suspension, stopping the clock on the punishment that had been expected to take effect Oct. 12.

An appeal of the town's decision to suspend the alcohol pouring license for Scioli's Pizza Bar will head to Worcester Superior Court this week.

As expected, an attorney for the restaurant and bar has appealed a A request for an emergency restraining order, to prevent the punishment from taking effect, will be heard on Thursday, said Milford Town Counsel Gerry Moody.

The clock will now stop on the town action until a Superior Court judge can decide whether the punishment should be imposed.

An attorney for the business This latest appeal is of the three-week alcohol license suspension, initially ordered by Milford Selectmen, then affirmed by the state Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission.

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Ray Fellows October 07, 2012 at 12:53 PM
Enough already. The state didn't enforce the punishment, the town won't either. I am disgusted by it all. As long as you can afford a good lawyer, rules don;t pertain to you.

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