A downtown Janesville bar is asked to deal with crowd control issues

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Stan Stricker
Tuesday, July 7, 2009

The Janesville Alcohol License Advisory Committee has asked managers at Corvina's Exchange to work with police in an effort to curb incidence of violence.

The ALAC asked for a report on progress within a month. Deputy Police Cheif Steve Kopp says other taverns have found success with security issues by discussing problems with police. He says decision makers at Corvina's have avoided past invitations to talk.

The ALAC may consider a license suspension if the dialog doesn't begin soon.

Last updated: 10:59 am Thursday, December 13, 2012

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