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City in funk over Bill’s Blues

Evanston’s liquor control board has scheduled a meeting Monday to consider suspending the license of Bill’s Blues.


Evanston’s liquor control board has scheduled a meeting Monday to consider suspending the license of Bill’s Blues.

The meeting notice cites delinquent filing of liquor tax returns and serving alcohol to minors as reasons for the hearing about the bar and music venue located at 1029 Davis St.

The bar also was the scene May 30 of a stabbing incident after a dispute broke out between two men shortly before the bar’s 3 a.m. closing time.

Kemoy Dunn, 27, of Skokie, has been charged with attempted murder and aggravated battery in the incident that police say left Ronald Hutchinson with multiple injuries to his spinal cord.

The liquor control board meeting will be held at 11:30 a.m. in the aldermanic library at the Civic Center.

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