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‘Twisted’ tries again for liquor license after December denial

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By Raymond Neupert/South Metro Observer

SCHOFIELD – A proposed new nightclub in Schofield is once again trying to get a liquor license, despite a unanimous denial last month.

Deputy Clerk/Treasurer Pam Brehm confirmed on Wednesday that Ed Kraimer has reapplied for that liquor license as an individual, rather than an agent of any group or corporation. The city council voted unanimously in December to deny his previous application for the Twisted Sports Bar. The location for that bar would be in the Old Western Village in Schofield, at the former site of Bruisers, Koo Coo’s Comedy Club and multiple other night clubs.

Under the previous application, Kraimer had stated he was the agent of AC/DC Inc., which would be operating the bar. Village attorney Shane Vanderwaal told the council at December’s meeting there was a misrepresentation of who is actually in charge of that company. The council decided against issuing the license on account of false information being presented on the application.

Representatives from Twisted responded to a request for comment via a Facebook message saying there had been a clerical error in the last application, and were working to apply for the license.

Officials from the Everest Metro Police Department did not immediately return calls for comment.

City officials will be reviewing the updated application this month. The matter will likely come before the council at February’s meeting.

 

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