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Thursday, April 16, 2009

Odd Jobs and Spring Celebration


We are celebrating Spring in STYLE!

There are a few odd jobs to do too; some painting, some garden work; always that routine maintenance and a little more planning then just Spring stuff.

We are getting excited for being able to celebrate the birth month of the business shortly in May; , there is that and mid month is the FAMOUS MOREL MUSHROOM FESTIVAL close by.

If you haven't visited with us in a while, even on line, make sure you are looking for our calendar of events and our special promotions. http://www.merchantcircle.com/business/The.Usonian.Inn.LLC.608-588-2323/coupons

See more info on our Merchantcircle Blog Page. So far the weather is great and we like you to take advantage and stop by early this spring!


MORE NEWS here:
Usonian INN Liquor License APPROVED!
April 15,2009 (Page 8) Home News (Local paper news article)

• Liquor license for Usonian

Carolina and Teofil Dursina, of the Usonian Inn on Highway 14, requested approval
for a Class B beer and a Class A retail liquor license. In a letter to the board, they
said they plan to enlarge the current hotel lounge for use not only as a breakfast bar
but a cafe with internet access. Beer would be sold during business hours for
consumption on the premises.
The Class A license includes selling hard liquor, which hotel guests would consume
in their rooms. The Dursinas intend to serve breakfast in the lounge and also serve
items such as panini sandwiches at lunch and during the evening.
In a letter to the board responding to the license request, Alan Pecham, village
attorney said under a Class B license the licensee might sell beer for consumption
either on or off the premises. With a Class A license, the licensed operator may sell
all liquors including wine and beer if consumed off premises or in the hotel rooms.
Wendy Crary, village clerk treasurer, said a hotel room is considered a private
residence when rented and occupants may consume beverages purchased at the
Usonian Inn or from other sellers. Hard Liquor could be sold but not consumed in the
motel cafe.
Village police chief Kevin Wilkins recommended the licenses be granted and the
board voted approval.

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