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Six applicants are in the running for Arlington's two new liquor-store licenses, which were approved by voters in April. The applicants are scheduled to present their respective cases to the Board of Selectmen on Monday, June 18, beginning at 7:15 p.m. Each applicant will go before the board for about a half-hour (10 minutes for their presentation, and then 20 for interested parties to speak and ask questions). The board plans to select the two winning applicants that night. The applicants: *Foodmaster Super Markets and The Meat House are only planning to sell beer and wine with the all-alcohol license.
The following information comes from the Arlington Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.
Man arrested for second OUI Michael J. Breen, 56, of Hillside Avenue, was arrested Monday morning for second-offense operating under the influence. He was also charged with having an open intoxicant in a vehicle and making an improper turn. Breen was pulled over about 2:35 a.m. on Monday after an Arlington Police officer saw his GMC Yukon stop at a four-way intersection at Quincy and Gray streets, and then make a turn so wide the vehicle was in the opposite lane of traffic. According to the police report, Breen continued to drive over the yellow centerline for a few moments before the officer stopped the vehicle. There were two open cans of beer in his car, and his breath smelled of alcohol, according to police. Breen told a police officer…