After investing about $1 million to renovate a prime, new location in Troy, Mich., Hooters of America Inc. officials planned to transfer a liquor license from one of their older locations nearby, which was scheduled to close. Events, however, did not go as planned. What began as a relatively simple relocation has become a rancorous legal dispute mired in red tape.The Troy City Council refused to allow the liquor license transfer. Opposing council members said they didn’t ...

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