At their meeting Tuesday, the Buffalo City Council was presented with a revised Plan Of Operation from DJ's Liquor on how they will improve their scores during random alcohol compliance checks.
Mayor Randy Dyess explains why the retailer was required to give a revised Plan Of Operation.
The city is trying to be as understanding as possible, Dyess said, concerning failure of the compliance checks. He said one time failing is considered a mistake, but the third time within a year was a “pattern,” that requires some changes in how a retailer conducts their business.
Normally the first time failing the compliance checks results in the retailer being required to send their employees to TIPS (Training for Intervention Procedures), and the second and third offenses resulting in fines as well. Ultimately the city can revoke a retailer's liquor license, Dyess said.