Hannibal City Council revokes two Hannibal business licenses and gives Arby’s a two-week extension

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Hannibal Arby's has two weeks to obtain their business license or the City of Hannibal will revoke their business license. Photo by Megan Duncan

HANNIBAL, Mo. – Two Hannibal businesses will close while another is on a two-week extension as a result of three public administrative hearings at Hannibal City Council on Tuesday night.

Business licenses for the Dutch Country Store and Baum Family Fun Center, previously Ten Pin Alleys, were revoked by the council. Hannibal Arby’s was granted a two-week extension to renew their business license.

The Dutch Country Store opened on Main Street in Hannibal in April 2020 with a full deli, a variety of unusual soda flavors, homewares, candy barrels, and free soft serve ice cream.

The store announced their closing on Facebook before the Hannibal City Council meeting. 

“After careful consideration, our store will be closed until further notice. We are grateful to our staff and valued customers for their support over the past four years.”

Baum Family Fun Center took over Hannibal’s long-time bowling alley Ten Pin Alley in January. 

In other news:

Emery Sapp and Sons was also awarded a $97,167 project for the removal of asphalt in the parking lanes of Third Street between Church and Hill streets. It will also damage a section of shoulder north of Broadway.

Work will start in Spring 2024.

The city also accepted a bid of $50,995 from Woody’s Municipal Supply Company for a spreader body, dump bed, and snow plow package for a city truck.

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