<div><strong>A new tavern will be coming to downtown Bloomington. But council leaders say this comes with much needed action, instead of just conversation. <!--more-->The city council approved a liquor license for an establishment called Eleven with a close 5-to-4 vote including the mayor. Alderwoman Karen Schmidt says the way licenses are distributed is inconsistent.</strong></div>
<strong>"I'm very concerned we have this conversation over and over again. We just need to get on the same page," said Schmidt.</strong>
<strong>Tyler Holloway of the Downtown Bar Owners Association says he supports the business plan, but questioned the safety of adding another bar to the area.</strong>
<strong>"I know of 12 bars right now running dollar specials. When you have cheap drinks like that, you have a lot of intoxic
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