Phoenix-area luxury health company loses two more liquor licenses after Ducey’s executive order

Life Time North Scottsdale remained open in violation of Executive Order

Phoenix-area luxury health company loses two more liquor licenses after Ducey’s executive order
FILE - In this June 20, 2018, file photo, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey, R, speaks at a campaign rally in Tempe, Ariz. Arizona has developed a reputation over the past decade for being one of the country's greatest political flashpoints, with divisive debates over of immigration, rambunctious populists and a divided GOP. But the Arizona politician who's had the most consequential decision this past week is Ducey, a buttoned-down ice cream executive who managed to put his stamp on the U.S. Senate. Ducey, the onetime chief executive officer of Cold Stone Creamery, on Tuesday, Sept. 4 named former senator Jon Kyl to fill the seat vacated by the late John McCain. (AP Photo/Matt York, File) (Source: Matt York)

TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) - Two more Phoenix businesses have their liquor licenses suspended for ignoring Gov. Doug Ducey’s executive order.

The Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control investigated Life Time North Scottsdale at 6850 E Chauncey Ln. and suspended the liquor licenses for Rooftop Bistro and Life Cafe.

On Wednesday, the department had suspended two licenses for the same businesses at Life Time’s Biltmore location.

Despite Ducey’s executive order to close down all bars, gyms, and fitness facilities on Monday, June 29. Life Time North continued to allow public access.

Ducey’s most recent executive order allows “law enforcement or any regulatory body” to go after businesses not in compliance with the shutdown.

According to Ducey’s order, action must be taken against licenses to provide for health, safety, and welfare of the public. It isn’t known whether their licenses will be indefinitely suspended.

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