The bar stools are purchased, the chalkboard menu is colored and the beer is ready.
But Pour Decisions Brewery is claiming the taproom liquor license fee required by the city of Roseville—$7,200 per year for a full-week license—is too high to afford.
The new micro-brewer says it going to urge the City Council to lower that license fee for it. That was among the top news stories on Roseville Patch during the past week. To read the full report, click on to this link.
Meanwhile, here are a few other significant Roseville stories from the past week:
Taking over a retail space formerly home to a Circuit City electronics store, Planet Fitness is coming to Roseville.
The New Hampshire-based fitness center company will be occupying 25,000 square feet adjacent to neighboring Sports Authority in a small shopping district that is just south of Highway 36 and east of Fairview Avenue.
For the eighth straight month, the Twin Cities' median home sales price rose as the metro area saw increased sales demand and the distressed market accounting for a smaller part of overall home sales, according to the Minneapolis Area Association of Realtors (MAAR).
A new survey predicts spending by Twin Cities consumers for the 2012 holiday season will increase 10 percent from year ago _ with Rosedale Center still one of the top destinations for shoppers.
A Minneapolis federal judge today (Wednesday) handed down a stiff sentence to a 25-year-old man who pleaded guilty to armed robbery of two Roseville sandwich shops and one in Newport in late 2011.
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