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Alcohol issue cut from BOA agenda

May 6, 2014

An item to discuss setting a public hearing to loosen one of Starkville’s key alcoholic beverage sales restrictions has been removed from the Tuesday Board of Aldermen agenda.

The agenda the city originally posted on its website on Friday slated aldermen to consider calling for a public hearing to discuss decreasing the minimum distance an establishment that sells alcoholic beverages must be from certain properties in order to align city ordinance with state law. City Chief Administrative Officer Taylor Adams said the item was removed from the agenda Monday morning.

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