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Liquor and Cannabis Licenses

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The following have applied to the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board:

Shane H. Work, for a license to sell spirits, beer and wine at Pacific House at Union Station, 315 N.E. 192nd Ave., Suite 301, Camas.

Marcell D. Gareis, Brad C. Stahlberger and Chloe McCombs, for a license to sell beer and wine at Marcell’s The Pie House, 3100 Columbia St., Vancouver.

Kurt Van Orden, for a license to sell spirits, beer and wine at Underbar, 1701 Broadway, Vancouver.

Cindy Quintanilla and Miguel Rivera Febo, for a license to sell beer and wine at Battle Ground Market, 802 E. Main St., Battle Ground.

Joseph M. DePinto, Rankin L. Gasaway, David L. Seltzer and Daniel M. Soper, for a license to sell beer and wine at 7-Eleven, 115 N.E. 192nd Ave., Suite 113, Camas, and 3200 E. Fourth Plain Blvd., Vancouver.

Camthuy T. Huynh and Phuoc V. Nguyen, for a license to sell beer and wine at Pho Star, 10204 S.E. Mill Plain Blvd., Vancouver.

Gurinder Kaur and Balwinder S. Singh, for a license to sell spirits, beer and wine at Amboy Market, 39812 N.E. 216th Ave., Amboy.

Christina M. Michalosky and Jeremy M. Michalosky, for a license to sell spirits, beer and wine at Flyboy Brewing, 316 S.E. 123rd Ave., Suite D-4, Vancouver.

Santiago S. Camacho and Maira Sanchez, for a license to sell spirits, beer and wine at Chago’s, 9115 N.E. 117th Ave., Vancouver.

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