The Dickson City Council is scheduled to hold a Beer Board hearing into an alleged third violation by Thunder Alley when it meets tonight. Dickson Bowling Company, which owns the bowling alley and Strike Zone lounge, faces a citation for an alleged sale of alcohol to a 20-year-old DUI suspect in November 2011. The company has already paid $500 and $1,000 civil penalties for violations during undercover law enforcement sweeps in September 2011 and February 2012. The criminal citation against the Thunder Alley employee who allegedly made the sale was dismissed after prosecutors were unable to locate the driver after he moved out of state but can be reinstated once he is served a subpoena. Thunder Alley faces the suspension of its beer permit for a minimum of 30 days or a civil penalty up to $2,500 if found in violation. The Beer Board also is scheduled to consider an application for a permit for Crazy Bull Saloon on Lewis Hollow Road from Harshad Patel, who applied for the license after the board denied one for his son, Kanakkumar Patel, because he is facing felony drug charges. Last month the board changed that denial to a deferral and postponed a decision on Harshad Patel’s application until it receives documentation that he is a part-owner of the business. The council also is expected to cast a second and final vote on purchasing 60 acres adjacent to Buckner Park and vote on purchasing in-car video systems for the police department. The council meets at 7:00 tonight in Dickson City Hall.