The Millis Board of Selectmen has issued warnings to two local businesses that allegedly sold alcohol to an underage woman working with the police department on May 16.
Town officials said that an employee at Main Street Market, located at 1066 Main St., sold a six-pack of Bud Light to the woman without asking for identification. A local tavern, Budabings at 1060 Main St., allegedly served her a beer, officials said.
Both businesses received warnings stating that repeat violations could result in the suspension or revocation of their licenses, officials said. The owner and all employees at Budabings must also undergo alcohol service training.
The owners of Main Street Market had already taken the training before obtaining their license.
–- Calvin Hennick
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