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Sunday, February 4, 2007

Selectmen extend licenses in Holliston

HOLLISTON

Selectmen last week extended the food and alcohol licenses for Casey’s Crossing, 81 Railroad St., saying the owner had met with town officials and resolved building and fire code concerns.

Selectmen also extended the used car sales license for Holliston Auto Village, 75 Central St., but only through March 31. Town Administrator Paul LeBeau said the car dealership has complied with an order to stop parking vehicles in a municipal parking lot.

The owner and the town are now trying to come to an agreement that will allow the business to park a limited number of vehicles along the edge of town property, LeBeau said.

– Calvin Hennick

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