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Stanley Bar Told To Obey State Smoking Law

Less than an hour before a contentious City Council meeting regarding a downtown Stanley tavern that has allowed patrons to violate the state's indoor smoking cigarettes ban, a lit cigarette was in an ashtray in front of a patron seated at the bar.

Despite the defiance, on Tuesday night the council approved renewing four of the tavern's licenses. But council members said stiffer penalties might be needed to convince the owner of the Twilite Zone, 309 N. Broadway St., to prohibit smoking cigarettes in the business.

The council voted unanimously Tuesday to approve the bar's licenses to sell cigarettes, play recorded music, and have a jukebox and arcade machines. The licenses expired Thursday, and the council decided not to renew them until after bar owner Sue Kiraly spoke to the council about how she plans to resolve complaints of smoking cigarettes in the tavern.

Mayor David Jankoski earlier said he was informed that the way the state law was written, the city couldn't take away Kiraly's liquor license, but the other four licenses could be revoked. The state ban, which took effect a year ago, prohibits smoking cigarettes in any indoor workplace, including taverns and restaurants.

Patrons and the bar itself have received several citations, police Chief Roy Fredrickson said, and other taverns have complained because customers are allowed to smoke cigarettes at the Twilite Zone.

On Tuesday, Kiraly disputed a claim that she sold ashtrays to customers to pay for smoking cigarettes citations, and she said Fredrickson overstated the number of citations issued in her tavern.

Barry Bilderbach, Kiraly's fiancé, questioned why the bar was being singled out.

"Are we doing something so detrimental to the city of Stanley?" Bilderbach asked.

"It's the law," Jankoski replied.

Bilderbach answered, "It's against the law. We realize that. But a lot of things happen against the law."

A Twilite Zone bartender, who did not give her name, spoke to the council, saying she doesn't have the power to throw out a larger individual who is smoking cigarettes, and the cigarette is out by the time an officer would be called to the bar.

Jankoski said the city doesn't want to pull licenses; it just wants compliance of a state law.

"You are the ones who run the facility, and it's your responsibility to follow (the law)," Jankoski told Bilderbach and Kiraly.

Councilman Jody Halterman said he has concerns that violations will continue and asked about the council's options if the bar continues to receive citations.

Councilwoman Jeanne Gates, while voting to return the four licenses, said some cities are passing ordinances that set the fine higher than the $100 citation provided in the state law.

Councilman Howard Duckett said that might be worth considering if violations continue.

"We will definitely have to watch it," Duckett said. "It sounds like it will come up again."

Earlier Tuesday evening, before the council meeting, five people were gathered in the tavern, watching TV. None of the arcade games or the jukebox was being played.

Kiraly estimates that not having the licenses for five days - which included Independence Day weekend - cost her $2,500 in sales. Kiraly has owned the tavern for nine years and previously has not had problems with police, she said.

"We never sold cheap cigarettes to minors," she said. "We never sold alcohol to minors."

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