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Allow KC's Brickstreet Bar & Grill to Sell Alcohol under TABC regulations

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KC's Tin Roof Bar & Grill (Casey's Private Club) Committee has met and have decided that a better location would be the old Verona's Italian Restaurant located at 235 N. 4th Street, Wills Point, TX 75169.  They have also decided that the name should now be KC's Brickstreet Bar & Grill.  This location better serves the members of this private club.  After all of the hard work and money that has been put into the private club by the Officers Kimberlee Henager and Jason Leath, they are now looking at a legal battle from protests of the distance from the First Baptist Church of Wills Point.  The recommendation from TABC states that they must be 300 ft. from front door to front door of the church.  However, the City of Wills Point has not adopted these recommendations and therefore has no value.  

Not only do we provide to our members, but we also love to help the community!   On October 31, 2015, KC's Brickstreet Bar & Grill hosted and sponsored the Kid's Costume Contest.  We enjoyed every bit of it!  On November 14th, we were a stop on the 2nd Annual Bonafide Sisters Angel Toy Run.  We had another Toy Run come through in December.  We thrive to help out the community!  

If you would like to see KC's Brickstreet Bar & Grill open and be able to serve the private club's members alcohol under TABC regulations in a classy and relaxing environment, as well as give us the opportunity to make a bigger impact on the lives of the children here, please sign this petition.  

Plus, we pay taxes, we bring more business to our home town, and more employment!


dram shop rule
n. a statute (Dram Shop Act) or case law in 38 states which makes a business which sells alcoholic drinks or a host who serves liquor to a drinker who is obviously intoxicated or close to it, strictly liable to anyone injured by the drunken patron or guest. To the contrary, California recently passed legislation specifically banning such strict liability. It is often hard to prove that the liquor bought or served was the specific cause of an accident (such as an automobile crash while driving home), since there is always an intervening cause, namely, the drunk.


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