Early November. Been a long trip. Been hear once before and knew it wasnt a high value place but I felt place was comfortable. People were smoking outside , so no smoke inside , so no explaining the smell of smoke to family when I get there.
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Nine years after his strip bar in Coates was closed by a federal judge, the owner is reopening it as a liquor store in the small Dakota County town on Hwy. When it was clear he wouldn't prevail, he thumbed his nose at the town by painting the building a bright pink and paying legal fees he owed the city with , pennies. Even as he attempts to mend fences with the locals and start fresh, Jacobson can't resist taking a few more jabs: He says he plans to have a stripper pole and couch installed in the liquor store as a tribute to the old Jake's, and in late November he had a huge illuminated sign, visible from a mile away, placed on top of his building, which has been repainted a dull green -- "the color of money," Jacobson said. Karnick was town clerk when Jacobson dumped the pennies. She said she won her council seat as a write-in candidate three years ago, and supporters told her they don't want Jacobson back after the strippers and lawsuits.