GREELEY Colo. The City of Greeley will not contest a recent court ruling granting a beer-and-wine license to a branch of the 11-unit marijuana-themed Cheba Hut Toasted Subs chain, which earlier had its license application rejected by the Greeley Liquor License Authority.The city council voted unanimously Tuesday not to appeal the district court's decision to overturn the Liquor License Authority’s rejection of Cheba Hut’s license application, said city attorney Richard Brady. Following the ...

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