Local business has license suspended

A Three Rivers business has been cited by the state for non-compliance of COVID-19 mandates.

Bullseye Marketplace was deemed out of compliance for not requiring employees or customers to wear masks. The citation was made in November, and in a December follow-up, state officials suspended the store’s food license.

The state agency that oversees such matters continued to receive complaints that Bullseye was not enforcing customer or employee mask usage. The establishment’s license was suspended indefinitely following a Dec. 18 hearing.

Gov. Whitmer’s Feb. 1 lifting of in-house dining does not reverse a license suspension, according to state officials.

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  1. See the Sturgis Journal for a more detailed version of this story. Also — Bullseye is and has been open. You can wear masks and won’t be vilified or mocked for wearing one, and everyone keeps plenty of distance while in the store.

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