For the second time, a hearing regarding possible sanctions against a Palatine restaurant where authorities say illegal drug sales have taken place has been postponed. La Presa, 319 S. Rohlwing Road, could face fines or have its business license revoked or suspended as a result of the allegations, as well as claims that employees who serve liquor don't have the proper certification. Village attorney Patrick Brankin and Paul Augustyn, an attorney for Tacos Y Mariscos La Presa Inc., requested the continuance Friday with the hope of reaching an agreement. The new hearing will take place at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 13, at village hall, 200 E. Wood St., Palatine.
updated: 2/8/2013 4:40 PM
Palatine restaurant's business license hearing postponed again
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