The Dickson Beer Board is scheduled to hold a hearing on an alleged third violation by Thunder Alley and consider another request for a beer permit for Crazy Bull Saloon when the city council meets tonight. The board has already assessed civil penalties of $500 and $1,000 against Dickson Bowling Company, which owns Thunder Alley and the Strike Zone lounge on Highway 46, for violations that occurred in law enforcement sweeps in September 2011 and February 2012. But the bowling alley faces a third charge following a DUI stop in November 2011 in which an underage driver claimed to have bought alcohol at the lounge. The council can suspend the business’s beer permit a minimum of 30 days or assess a penalty up to $2,500 if it finds the company in violation a third time. City attorney Jerry Smith is slated to address the board on its options concerning reconsideration of a beer permit denial before the board votes on an application from Harshad C. Patel for Crazy Bull Saloon on Lewis Hollow Road. Last month the council denied a request from Kanakkumar H. Patel for Crazy Bull because he is facing felony drug charges. Within days a new application had been filed by Harshad C. Patel, who is reportedly Kanakkumar Patel’s father. City ordinances say once a permit is denied, that person cannot apply again for 12 months. Kanakkumar Patel was indicted in June on two counts of selling synthetic marijuana and one count of possession of synthetic marijuana with the intent to sell and in February for DUI, violation of the implied consent law and possession of synthetic marijuana. The beer board hearings are part of the agenda for tonight’s monthly council meeting that starts at 7 pm at Dickson City Hall.